Re: DRM Test
- From: funkmish <funkmish@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2007 11:18:00 +0100
Ian Jelf wrote:
In message <MtPSZGT+NeLGFw5I@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, SpamTrapSeeSig
In article <xklXh.6895$mk4.915@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, David
Picked this up on another post
Any reports on DRM quaulity?
"100 Devon radio listeners will be eagerly tuning into BBC Radio Devon
using a brand new technology to UK listeners, Digital Radio Mondiale
(DRM) from 23rd April."
At risk of being overly pedantic, why not fix the other digital
The Devon experiment was reported on Spotlight last night. Although it
might well have some merit, the facts in the report were somewhat
bizarrely presented. Things like "we've always had trouble on Medium
Wave" were being bandied about; I couldn't help but wonder why they
weren't listening on VHF.......
Yes, I know there are places where VHF can be dodgy but the report
implied that the *concept* of Medium Wave and VHF was poor in itself and
that DRM (they called it "Digital Medium Wave", which is fair enough)
was what the world had been waiting for.
The BBC have decided not to use the term DRM to avoid confusion with
Digital Rights Management.
So they are going with Digital Medium Wave or DMW.
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