The live public demo at the BES Expo 2013 used NXP's software-defined multi-standard co-processor for automotive terrestrial digital radio reception.
Digital Alert Systems says it’s the first company to offer an EAS/CAP device that can deliver alerts in multiple languages.
The 10-year warranty is available with all compact FM transmitters supported by a minimum of one year's subscription to EMR, the company's proactive maintenance service.
The new model has all the features of the EAS911 but with a touch-screen user interface for operation and setup.
TuneIn Live creates a customized experience through rotating tiles that display relevant music, sports and news happening live, based on an individuals' listening habits and interests.
The deal provides free music, news and sports channels that can be customized by listeners.
Ford favors using an iPhone to connect, while GM ties OnStar to an AT&T connection.
With the Industry Canada certification, the transmitters are certified for use throughout North America.
Vauxhall and Skoda are going digital.
The new receivers offer radio pause and replay functions.
The a2x provides a system for managing, buying and selling third-party advertising campaigns.
LiveShot provides high quality, low latency, full duplex video and audio via both wired and wireless IP data services.
GM and Chrysler vehicles will have iHeartRadio available in their infotainment systems.
The Audi Q7 showing the system has 23 active loudspeakers and more than 1500W of amplifier power.
The free checklist contains a comprehensive list of tower industry equipment.
The framework enables new set of vehicle application programming interfaces for developers.
More than 60 new HD Radio receivers are scheduled to be launched.
Tieline says it's the first major IP audio codec manufacturer to release OPUS and make it available to customers.
The DR-201V is a full-size audio component that receives DAB, DAB+ and FM signals and has ten memory presets.
The awards encourage technological innovation in communication-related areas and to recognize engineers, researchers and other technologists who help the disabled obtain jobs and succeed in their communities.
Update 2.2.1 adds features and fixes some bugs.
The 2014 Outlander will be the first Mitsubishi vehicle to receive real-time traffic information integrated into its navigation system.
Leading UK car companies Ford, Vauxhall and VW have already announced plans to accelerate their transition to providing digital radio as standard in new models.
Using RadioDNS technology, the radio automatically selects the best broadcast signal for each station, and switches to an Internet stream if the broadcast signal deteriorates.
Five models range in price from $65 to $100.