Car industry leaders are hedging their bets
Authority has granted 21 national and 4 regional digital radio authorizations
Workshop will be held Oct. 17, 2014
Takes part in pilot project for digital radio
FCC has approved experiment for Everett, Wash., area
Adds 500,000 potential listeners with new stations
Mulitcast workshop taught attendees the history, techniques
Mobile providers want to move into band III
Completes phase one
Avion Electronics of India debuts AV-DR -1401
AESP prepares transmission tests
Jurison presents benefits and shortcomings
Simulcast, internship opportunities will benefit students
2015 edition of the vehicle comes standard with digital radio
IMER has upgraded 13 FM stations
Will first feature Charlie Worsham, Jon Pardi, Ashley Monroe, Due West and Muddy Magnolias
Due to a specific receiver issue with a major car receiver manufacturer, iBiquity Digital is asking all stations broadcasting with HD Radio Technology to update either their exporter configuration or their system software
Volkswagen was the first automaker to launch a radio supporting Artist Experience and now they are the first to utilize station logos to identify station presets.
Thirty-five automakers have now publicly announced plans to incorporate HD Radio technology.
The event will feature a dedicated DRM workshop entitled “The DRM Platform: a detailed and practical look at its superior functionalities and flexibility.”
News comes after the successful launch of Canadian Multicultural Radio (CMR) 101.3 FM and widespread availability of HD Radio receivers.
To further advance the rollout, iBiquity has added personnel in Mexico to support broadcasters, car dealers, brands and retailers with HD Radio technology.
Kino 4 is a single chip solution, which integrates four previously separate chips, to deliver significant improvements in performance, cost and power consumption.
Whether or not to bring the HD Radio digital broadcasting format into Canada was just one of many questions from the CRTC.