Digital Radio Update - July 15, 2009
HD Radio price point is the problem in Australia's DAB+, comments rolling in on FCC's digital power issue and true HD Radio portability is here with the Insignia NS-HD01.
The bone of contention concerns potential interference between beefed-up digital carriers and first adjacent signals.
How soon the average Aussie will be able to listen to digital programs may depend on how quickly receiver prices come down.
IBOC Across America
There are 22 stations in the Hawkeye State broadcasting 30 HD Radio channels.
Eye on IBOC
If HD Radio is ever going to pass the tipping point, Insignia's new portable could prove to be the sparkplug.
Insignia offers the first portable HD Radio receiver, and there are lots of opinions about its performance.
HD Radio is a polarized issue, but the arguments against it stated by the engineering community are too often not based on technical merits. A readers shares his analysis.
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