DRM Consortium demonstrates DRM30, DRM+ at NAB 2012
Las Vegas - Apr 18, 2012 - At the 2012 NAB Show, the DRM Consortium showcased a new DRM receiver and provided an update on the developments and potential of the DRM standard, now fully recommended by ITU for both AM (DRM30) and VHF (DRM+).
At the Continental-Transradio event on April 16 participants saw and tested the new DR111 receiver. They also learned more about DRM30. On the following day at the Nautel booth, participants found out about the latest DRM+ developments and new equipment. The third and final day the DRM Consortium and Thomson Broadcast provided the latest information on DRM 30 and DRM+.
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