HD Radio News - Nov 2005 

Recent headlines about HD Radio and IBOC from the Radio magazine IBOC Update.

Respectfully yours 

Radio magazine's editorial coverage has sparked various responses from its readers, from the late-summer hurricanes to IBOC. Find out what people have to say.

Getting it 

While there are still many opponents to the Ibiquity system, even these people are beginning to acknowledge that the system is here and is seeing acceptance.

Yet another step closer to HD Radio 

Tuning in HD Radio 

The menu of available receivers continues to grow.

Digital radio? What's that? 

Radio has its work cut out for it because HD Radio is the best-kept secret.

IBOC and data 

The real return of migrating to IBOC comes down to the simple fact that it levels the playing field.

Practicalities of surround 

While the standard defines the basic operation of the trasnmission system, the enhanced functions of data, surround sound and multicast operation have yet to be fully defined.

Notes on NRSC-5 and IBOC 

When the FCC asked for comments on NRSC-5, we asked readers to share their thoughts with us also. The response was overwhelming.

Slow and Steady HD Radio Rollout 

This graph shows that consumers will increase their investment in HD Radio-capable receivers over the next decade.

Open Mic 

Every radio engineer has his favorite songs that he uses to adjust a station's processing or evaluate performance.

Case Study: Installing multicast 

Broadcasters have sought the killer application for FM HD Radio, and at first glance it looked like program-service data was going to be it.

One step closer 

Let NRSC-5 determine the basic operation of the system, which it has done. The added features and enhancements are needed, but they can wait until the next standards-setting announcement.

Maximized data 

Data networks have extended beyond basic bit shuffling. They now have support applications for nearly every function of the station.

Open Mic 

We asked two industry professionals about their station's data capabilities. Read what they said.

Standards in data 

An informal standard for data services is defined by ID3, which grew from the popularity of MP3 files and the desire to include information about the audio within the file.

PADding the truth 

One obstacle in displaying PAD from an automation system is that the information entered into the system may not have been keyed in a form that is suitable for the public.

Installing AM IBOC 

The basic installation of an AM IBOC transmitter is similar to that for an FM IBOC installation with varying exceptions required by the different system

Digital Radio Glossary 

The data aspect of HD Radio includes lots of new terms and abbreviations. Here are some of the more common abbreviations and terms that you will likely encounter.

Three (HD Radio terms) for the show 

Three terms can summarize most of the discussion heard at the convention.

The extra bits in IBOC 

Data has always been a part of the IBOC plan, but it is just being recognized for its current and future capabilities.

All uphill for IBOC 

Radiomagazine readers share their views on digital radio and potential engineering talent.

Advanced DAB 

Find out what your constituents think about hot topics in radio.

Digitized and confused 

I steered the sales people at a couple of local electronics dealers to terrestrial, digital receivers without using the terms IBOC, HD Radio or the dreaded high-definition radio and was told the that the receivers did not exist, that stores had head units but not the receiver unit or that the store had no plans to carry these units.

IBOC's real return 

Perhaps the answer to the return on investment for IBOC lies in its ability to keep pace with the emerging services.

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