Communications started this week with four Tweets from the Driver and Vehicle Licensing agency.
The month-long test, which covers the area between Menton and Cap d'Antibes is being carried out by MCR.
The slides show information about the program in progress and news headlines.
Its current plan is to build another 21 DAB+ multiplex transmitter sites by the end of 2015.
Thirty-five automakers have now publicly announced plans to incorporate HD Radio technology.
The Commission's plan is to allow ISPs such as Comcast and AT&T to strike deals with Internet content providers (such as Netflix).
Experts from both the automotive industry and the broadcast industry will participate in the event.
RAJE has two frequencies (90.3 and 102.5) that cover Avignon and Nimes.
The event will feature a dedicated DRM workshop entitled “The DRM Platform: a detailed and practical look at its superior functionalities and flexibility.”
In 2012 the Danish Government established a new media policy clearly focused on DAB+ and the facilitation of additional commercial broadcasting.
As of today, a new DAB+ multiplex on channel 10B is carrying 15 separate audio channels across all of Switzerland.
The proposed new Digital 2 multiplex could therefore contain a mix of original DAB and DAB+ services.
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.
In March 2014, 45.5 percent of new car registrations had DAB as standard (212,000), up 41 percent from March 2013 (144,000).
Eivind Solberg from the company provided a demonstration on how their software helps broadcasters manage multi-platform and multi-stream outputs.
The latest enhancements to DRM transmission were presented at the DRM Consortium members Ampegon, Continental Electronics, Nautel, RFmondial, Transradio, and others.
Whether or not to bring the HD Radio digital broadcasting format into Canada was just one of many questions from the CRTC.
The Smart Radio Initiative promotes the integration of analog and digital integrated circuits in mobile devices, and has seen great support throughout Europe over the past year.
More than 4.7 million people listened to an HD2, HD3 or HD4 channel in an average week in 2013.
The Maxiva is ideal for DAB radio networks, and includes EDI inputs, useful in the support of program distribution via IP networks.
A DAB+ network for Belgium is coming, perhaps as early as 2015.
The new steering committee now includes representatives of Continental Electronics, Fraunhofer IIs, Gates Air, and more.
There are 19 stations in the Sunflower State broadcasting 37 HD Radio channels.
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