BE Unveils DRM Module
Quincy, IL - Sep 7, 2006 - Broadcast Electronics has introduces a new transmitter module that allows any BE medium-wave transmitter to transmit DRM signals. The AMD 10 DRM exciter module was debuted at IBC.
BE is a member of the DRM Consortium and is developing the module in cooperation with Glen English of Pacific Media Technologies, Australia. The exciter was tested with a BE solid-state transmitter on 1386kHz in Windang, NSW, Australia.
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