German Armed Forces Radio testing in DRM

Issoundun HF antenna (Photo: dxaktuell.de)

Radio Andernach, Germany’s armed forces radio station, is now testing in Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) on 6,015 kHz from TDF Issoudun in central France. They claim that the potential move to DRM would mean that they would equip all of their Naval vessels with DRM receivers.

Source:
http://www.dxaktuell.de/?p=2616

Thanks to Alokesh and Marc for the tip!

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