October DRM Consortium news

Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Ed, who shares the following news from the DRM Consortium via their newsletter:

Digital Radio Mondiale: Audio Codec xHE-AAC at No Additional Cost
to Boost DRM Receiver Industry

Via Licensing Corporation, a global intellectual property solutions
provider, announced that the highly efficient MPEG xHE-AAC audio codec
(Extended High Efficiency AAC) will become a default feature of the
popular Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) patent pool. The move to include
the XHE-AAC audio codec into the current patent pool at no extra cost,
is a move that could boost DRM receiver manufacturing. Read more.

DRM Delivers at IBC 2017

Following a very successful appearance at IBC 2017 in Amsterdam, with
many delegates attending the four successful DRM events hosted by
Gospell, Thomson Broadcast, Nautel and Ampegon, we have compiled a
slideshow from IBC to share. Click here to view.

DRM Delivers at IBC 2017

Following a very successful appearance at IBC 2017 in Amsterdam, with
many delegates attending the four successful DRM events hosted by
Gospell, Thomson Broadcast, Nautel and Ampegon, we have compiled a
slideshow from IBC to share. Click here to view.

All India Radio (AIR) External Services to Provide more Broadcasts

The External Services Division of AIR is to launch several new
services aimed at new overseas target areas. Read more.

US Coast Guard DRM Tests Continue

U.S. Coast Guard testing in DRM with Journaline Service continues and
the latest schedules can be downloaded here.

You can follow discussions on the project on the DRMNA Group here.

Fraunhofer Software Defined Radio (SDR) Digital Receiver Introduced
at IBC 2017

The Fraunhofer IIS audio blog published an article summarising the
products launched at IBC and powered by the Fraunhofer
MultimediaPlayer Radio App. Read more.

Radio Taiwan Carries Out DRM Tests

Radio Taiwan International carried out tests in DRM in German on Oct 4
and 10 from 1800-1900 UTC on 9680 and 12030 kHz from Tamsui. Read
more.

International Day for Disaster Reduction 13th October

On Friday 13th October, the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk
Reduction, explores how communities around the world are reducing their
exposure to disasters. In a recent blog “When digital is more than
just radio”, the DRM Chair, Ruxandra Obreja, outlined the considerable
benefits to be realised if Governments and manufacturers were to fully
exploit the emergency warning feature embedded in DRM and digital
radio technology. Read more.

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