Updates include a Moving Coil Emulation display and Time Test Control option.
His Sept. 10, 2013, entry gives high marks to the radio phone app.
Keystone will also demo the tech at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair in October 2013.
The chipset uses a single tuner, but still has the ability to switch to an alternative source if the signal is lost.
Toyota has launched two new systems integrating HD Radio digital audio entertainment and TTN's real-time traffic and weather information.
Software version 1.4 improves the Ethernet interface.
HD Radio is built into the DEH-X5600HD.
It has the ability to act as streaming master or client allowing users to access it all over their homes via Ethernet or its integrated Wi-fi.
Data for the NextRadio app is supplied by TagStation.
The DDR-47BT has built-in Bluetooth and can stream Apt-x.
The new Broadcast Electronics STXe60 exciter accepts the baseband input from a Wheatstone processor to provide the all-digital air chain.
The multi-format receiver can also record broadcasts.
KTWN-FM installed a Wheatstone AirAura X3 and is using the all-digital transmitter interface.
It has 10 station presets, an alarm clock and integrated Wi-fi.
A single AES/EBU cable between a Wheatstone processor and the transmitter carries the baseband signal, bypassing the need for multiplexing in the exciter and eliminating the resulting signal overshoot with associated loudness tradeoff.
The Class A fire-rated panel is available in charcoal gray and arctic white.
Report-IT Enterprise v2.0.5 is a free download from Google Play.
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.