Re: DRM+ Favoured in Germany
DAB sounds worse than FM a écrit :
DAB sounds worse than FM wrote:
The study found that a DRM-based VHF-transmission could be received
portable radios indoors - not always the case with DAB at the moment
- as well
as in vehicles traveling at speeds of up to 300 kilometres per hour.
Look Pierre: reliable portable indoor reception and reception at speeds up
to 300 km/h! Are you impressed? I thought you'd have 20 technical questions
about DRM+ by now! ;-)
yesterday, I read again, FMeXtra website and Ibiquity ;) !
do it exist actually more informations about technical choice for DRM+.
We know it choose channel of 50 or 100 kHz or what's else.
Are you news ?
- Re: DRM+ Favoured in Germany
... portable radios indoors - not always the case with DAB at the moment ... as in vehicles traveling at speeds of up to 300 kilometres per hour. ... mean that DRM+ stations will be transmitted in between FM stations. ... Find the cheapest Freeview & DAB prices: ...
- Re: AussieDAB+
... A lot of broadcasters aren't even interested, some are & the industry body Commercial Radio Australia are pushing for some sort of digital radio & for the Government to reserve spectrum for it. ... Our National broadcasters are semi-interested, but the government made the choice of DAB+ & locked in use it or lose it,start up dates so the broadcasters have been forced into it,. ... I remember from posting on the Australian radio Usenet group a few years ago that some of the people who were pushing for DRM+ operated or worked for a radio station that would have benefited from DRM+ being used. ... as in the UK of cramming stations into the multiplex, ...
- Re: AussieDAB+
... $10 million on digital radio promotions ... I don't know about commercial radio or even the BBC ... Who is it that wants to use DRM+? ... current DAB+ coverage. ...
- Re: RRC-06 Maps
... using DAB. ... radio, which coulddn't be further from the truth. ... How many DRM+ radios? ... And who says that the broadcasters will not drop the bitrate to 20 Kbps ...
- Re: Steve Green has hit the Danish media debate
... DAB in the UK will have 11 x 1.71 MHz channels. ... A 50 kHz DRM+ channel will ... >> 18.81 MHz of spectrum there would be 376 channel slots. ... The transmitter powers required for DRM are obviously tiny compared to ...