The Pure One Elite Series II includes Pure's Listen Later feature that allows a user to record radio programs for later playback.
This version executes on Linux-based operating systems, such as those used for automotive In-Vehicle Infotainment, mobile devices and tablet computers.
The new software upgrade adds new features and ITU BS.1770-2 compliance.
DL Plus and RadioVIS are two of the enhancements.
Developed by Quu Interactive, the app can currently access 36 Beasley radio stations.
The most recent units were sold to stations in Jamaica.
The rack-mount unit can record up to 48 tracks of audio.
Asian manufacturers find anew way to introduce DAB into a home device.
Nautel's DRM Inside is an integrated approach to DRM broadcasting using a DRM modulator and content server for its NX Series.
A firmware update in the Inovonics 730 enables the EAS messaging function.
ClearSignal software implementation receives and decodes DAB, DAB+, DMB, DMB SLS, DAB Data, DRM and MP4 broadcasts.
Harris PowerSmart technology yields up to a 35 percent reduction in energy use for AM broadcasters.
The radio receives DB and FM, shows RDS and can record up to 90 minutes of a radio broadcast.
The media asset management system leverages dialog search ideal for large media libraries.
New version 10.10 addresses complex program transitions, on-air spontaneity, multi-studio navigation and workflow flexibility.
The new version includes phonetic search and offers alternative spelling suggestions.
The STL can provide concurrent RF and IP delivery to minimize service interruptions.
The software enables device manufacturers of PC-based receiver systems and smartphones to play back digital radio programs, and to integrate them with the variety of data services offered by digital radio.
Fraunhofer's MPEG audio codecs are integrated into Nullsoft's software products to enable efficient use of bandwidth in streaming, download and transcoding applications.
The Soul is the fourth Kia model to add HD Radio.
Relio version 3 will be demonstrated at the 2011 Radio Show.
A modern device gets a historical facade.
The Radio magazine 2011 Pick Hit-award winning product will be installed on a 1,200' tower in North Carolina.
WideOrbit's automation systems will now automatically adjust their live playlists based on audience voting results from LDR in real time.
The receiver will be available in late July and will cost about $30.