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Consortium Members Will Exhibit DRM Transmission Equipment at IBC 2014
LONDON—The 2014 IBC (Amsterdam—September 11-16) will be attended by thousands of Broadcasters, and the DRM Consortium will be well represented.
DRM news has compiled some of the offerings from the most well-known manufacturers in the field:
• GatesAir (Hall 8 – stand B10) will be showing their Flexiva family of AM and FM transmitters featuring the new 4th Generation “Exgine” digital modulator that supports DRM. Tim Anderson, CPBE, Manager, Radio Market & Product Development, was quoted thus: “the new Exgine features Crest Factor Reduction and Advanced Real-Time Pre-Correction (RTAC) for maximum efficiency and transmitter power utilization for all digital radio modes.”
• RFmondial, represented by its Managing Director, Jens Schroeder, will display a complete DRM+ chain including transmitter, receiver and audio/data decoding (Audio, Journaline, Slideshow, TextMessages, Emergency Warning Feature) at the Nautel stand (Hall 8 – stand C49) and their DRM30/AM monitoring receiver RF-SE12 at Ampegon’s stand (Hall 8 stand D35).
• Christian Hörlle, Project Manager at Transradio, announces the display of a DMOD3-CS at their booth (Hall 8 – stand D35) – the combination of a DRM ContentServer (FhG) and their DRM modulator.
• Josef Troxler, CEO of Ampegon (Hall 8 – stand D35) will promote their new Transmitter control system with fully integrated DRM operation from one screen.
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