Ibiquity has completed tests for its FM IBOC system, and tests for the AM version are currently underway. What interests most broadcasters is understanding the test objectives. At this critical point in the acceptance of IBOC, stations should be aware of the efforts being made to develop a workable and realistic system.
The NRSC's recommendation to the FCC is the result of a comprehensive test program devised and executed by the committee to determine the viability of iBiquity's FM IBOC technology and its ability to smoothly transition analog radio to digital.
The event will take place on Saturday, December 1, 2001, at 9 a.m.
The article titled "Transmission: Implementing IBOC" in the October 2001 issue of BE Radio is very informative, but one concept in it may need further clarification.
It's a cool Monday morning; the first in October, in fact. After opening your office, and after downing the requisite two cups of coffee, you turn on your computer and open them: The dreaded capital budget spreadsheets.
Nautel will integrate iBiquity Digital's technology into a new line of IBOC transmitters and exciters, scheduled for launch at NAB 2002.
NAB Radio attendees can explerience IBOC listening tests first-hand.
The company reached reached an agreement with iBiquity Digital Corporation to jointly develop products that will allow AM and FM stations to implement iBiquity’s in-band on-channel digital broadcasting system.
IBiquity Digital announced that it has supplied its final FM test data to the National Radio Systems Committee (NRSC). This data will be used by the NRSC to evaluate the in-band on-channel (IBOC) system developed by iBiquity as a proposed transmission standard for digital radio in the United States.
There is something fundamentally troubling about a format designed by a unilateral, proprietary group and not driven by an open standards process. NAB
Digital radio: coming to a station near you Over the last several years, U.S. broadcasters have been deluged with press about the coming of digital audio