Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Ed, who writes:
Thomas, did you see this? It’s a detailed application to the FCC for the construction of a 10KW shortwave transmitter for DRM on 9.65 MHz and 15.45 MHz.
Thanks, Ed! I know nothing about Turms Tech other than on their FCC application, they list their business is “broadcast and data.”
Another SWLing Post reader forwarded the following from this article in Radio Mag Online:
“Of interest in the U.S. is the recent application of Turms Tech LLC to broadcast DRM from New Jersey toward Europe and the Middle East. Specifically, they plan on using the Armstrong tower, just west and north of New York City, with yagi-type antennas, generating an ERP of 10 kW on 9.65 and 15.45 MHz.”
The Radio Mag article is worth reading in full as it includes a number of DRM news items.
Additionally, if you’re interesting in following DRM news, check out the excellent DRMNA blog.
Post readers: anyone have more information about this new DRM broadcast site? Please comment!