Tim Whittaker explains route from proof of concept to development of low-cost DRM receiver

Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Ed, who writes:

Here’s some new news about low-cost DRM receiver advancement, and links to an audio presentation explaining the route from proof of concept to development of a low-cost prototype DRM receiver by Cambridge Development. SWLing Post readers might find it interesting:

(Source: DRM Consortium)

16 Jan Low-cost DRM Receiver Advancement

DRM member Cambridge Consultants recently announced an under 10 USD prototype DRM receiver, which was reported in our Newsletter and widely in the industry press. The prototype receiver was unveiled during an Innovation Day at their offices in the UK. Neale Bateman, Encompass Digital Media and a member of the DRM Steering Board, attended the event and spoke to company representative, Tim Whittaker, to find out why the interest in producing this type of DRM receiver. Listen here

Tim also explained the route from proof of concept to development that has helped Cambridge Consultants to produce this low-cost prototype DRM receiver.  Listen here

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