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NRSC Website Adds Reports Reference
Washington - Sep 22, 2008 - The National Radio Systems Committee, a joint effort of the National Association of Broadcasters and the Consumer Electronics Association, has updated its website to include a section called Reports. As the NRSC prepares its standards documents, it routinely conducts studies and tests as supporting documentation. Until now, this information was available only through hunting through other sites or by request to the NRSC.
There are 25 documents already in place on the site, including some from early DAB and IBOC tests and the 10kHz analog AM report.
Access the NRSC site at www.nrscstandards.org.
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