Harris Conducts Technology Seminars at Brazil HD Radio Broadcast Conference
Cincinnati - Nov 26, 2007 - Harris recently conducted technology seminars at the first HD Radio Conference in Sao Paolo, Brazil, Nov. 6-8, 2007. The Harris presentations, led by Hal Kneller, senior manager of business development, digital radio, and Tim Anderson, FM product line manager, covered a variety of current topics including digital FM and AM implementations, technology discussions, benefits and features, and future opportunities related to the technology. Attendees of the conference included Brazilian and other Latin American broadcasters.
The HD Radio Conference in Brazil is one in a series of international seminars and conferences featuring Harris presentations, including the Digital Radio Forum in the Dominican Republic last summer. Technology sessions also covered the evolution of HD Radio broadcasting products, requirements and options for HD Radio transmission, and data management. In addition to the technology seminars, Harris conducted a hands-on laboratory that allowed attendees to set up, configure and operate Harris HD Radio broadcasting equipment.
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