Digital Radio Mondiale


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Digital Radio Mondiale

(communications)
(DRM) A form of monaural digital broadcast using carrier frequencies below 30 MHz. DRM uses MPEG-4 AAC Main Profile and SBR at data rates of 16-25 kbps.

http://drm.org/.
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KUWAIT, March 8 (KUNA) -- Minister of Information Mohammad Al-Jabri on Thursday opened a project updating shortwave transmitters from analogue to digital radio mondiale (DRM) broadcasting systems, at Kabd radio station.
With changing Technology, AIR has also reinvented itself through its Digital Radio Mondiale, live streaming of services and Mobile App.
OFDM based Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) is a digital radio system standard for all frequency bands of Analog Modulation (AM) and Very High Frequency (VHF) [1].
The Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM+) field trial and workshop created an opportunity for broad-casters and other industry players to witness and understand the DRM+ standard, its features and capabilities.
HE-AAC is the standard codec in bit-rate sensitive applications including mobile media streaming as well as TV and radio broadcasting systems, such as DVB, DAB+, ATSC-M/H, ISDB and Digital Radio Mondiale.
The Gulf Arab emirate of Abu Dhabi will be getting its first Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) station.
Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) digital radio technology received great interest from the 80 delegates present at last month's DRM Conference organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) in Geneva.
HE-AAC is the standard codec for mobile media streaming as well as TV and radio broadcasting systems such as DVB, DAB+, ATSC-M/H, ISDB and Digital Radio Mondiale.

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