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Integrated Bluetooth, clock and alarm, touch light and an aux input are part of the updated digital radio.
The system enables users to bypass ISP policies and preserve network bandwidth.
The streaming media provider says it's the first CDN to offer the open-source codec.
Report-IT Enterprise v3.2.5 is available through iTunes.
It's available in 10 culinary colors.
The traffic information is provided by INRIX.
The update adds the Advanced Measurement Interface, which is part of the optional TCP/IP board.
Cisco research says bandwidth demand will continue to increase, and the 802.11ac standard is one way to keep up with it.
The tuner include Alpine Smart Reception Management.
The Si468x receiver IC brings FM, HD Radio and DAB/DAB+ broadcast capabilities to a wide range of consumer devices.
This level of integration eliminates numerous external components associated with traditional RF tuners to reduce cost, BOM count, and space.
20 products were chosen by the Radio magazine Pick Hits panel.
The service will now be available to Mitsubishi owners free of charge.
The Telos software update enables smartphone remotes with Luci Live and Luci Live Lite apps.
The composite path uses the common AES3 protocol to connect the processor to the exciter.
The feature is being implemented via the Sage Endec.
The update is useful for HD Radio synching as well as program delays across time zones.
15kW, 20kW, 30kW and 40kW versions are added to the product line.
Gold and Platinum booths can be ordered up to 9' 6" in height.
The device now supports both constant and variable bit-rates.
The Radio.no player will allow Norwegian radio stations to be linked together in networks, and it will offer listeners a common user interface.
According to Logitek: All you need is a microphone to make it a complete audio management and playout system.
The project was to show that a receiver for the digital and analog signals could be easily and cheaply created.
The live public demo at the BES Expo 2013 used NXP's software-defined multi-standard co-processor for automotive terrestrial digital radio reception.
Digital Alert Systems says it’s the first company to offer an EAS/CAP device that can deliver alerts in multiple languages.