Due to a specific receiver issue with a major car receiver manufacturer, iBiquity Digital is asking all stations broadcasting with HD Radio Technology to update either their exporter configuration or their system software
Volkswagen was the first automaker to launch a radio supporting Artist Experience and now they are the first to utilize station logos to identify station presets.
Thirty-five automakers have now publicly announced plans to incorporate HD Radio technology.
The event will feature a dedicated DRM workshop entitled “The DRM Platform: a detailed and practical look at its superior functionalities and flexibility.”
News comes after the successful launch of Canadian Multicultural Radio (CMR) 101.3 FM and widespread availability of HD Radio receivers.
To further advance the rollout, iBiquity has added personnel in Mexico to support broadcasters, car dealers, brands and retailers with HD Radio technology.
Kino 4 is a single chip solution, which integrates four previously separate chips, to deliver significant improvements in performance, cost and power consumption.
Whether or not to bring the HD Radio digital broadcasting format into Canada was just one of many questions from the CRTC.
More than 4.7 million people listened to an HD2, HD3 or HD4 channel in an average week in 2013.
The M4FM-HD uses a quad-core Texas Instruments DSP, and all the M4FM-HD processing takes place in the digital domain.
Reading further down the list, 94 of the top 100 billing stations transmit with HD Radio.
Nautel President and CEO Peter Conlon and iBiquity Digital President and CEO Bob Struble will speak at the event.
The BTC has seen a growth in revenue fo more than 50 percent since it was founded in 2007.
In a recent column, Struble says the trends toward broad connectivity and a tremendously competitive audio market are accelerating.
Brent Cobb, Due West and Brett Boyett will all make appearances.
The first production vehicle equipped with HD Radio rolled onto US streets in 2007.
The Legacy is the third Subaru vehicle to offer HD Radio as a standard feature.
The Genesis is the fourth Hyundai vehicle to offer HD Radio as a standard feature.
Additional foreign-language services are planned for other multicast channels.
The 2015 Chrysler 200 is expected to arrive at dealers during 2Q2014.
The Nashville singer-songwriter's tour will include exclusive HD Radio fan experiences, including show tickets, private performances and HD Radio product giveaways.
The SAF360x platform offers a high degree of integration, replacing up to six chips with a single IC.
Five OEMs, Toyota, Lexus, Honda, Mazda, and Mitsubishi, have introduced vehicles that use the digital broadcasts to receive traffic and data information.
New models include navigation, larger displays and new home receivers.
In-car listening to stations broadcasting with HD Radio has exceeded 3 billion hours.