10 years of progress 

The debate over IBOC is as strong as ever.

What's in a name? 

I'm hearing a frequent misuse of the most basic term dealing with IBOC.

IBOC end to end 

10 steps to determining the best digital migration path.

Shaping radio today and tomorrow 

DAB from January 1994 | The debut of the Wheatstone A-300 | Satellite radio subscriber projections

DRM Presents Live Demonstrations at NAB 2002 

Members of the DRM Consortium will offer live demonstrations of the DRM system at their LVCC booths and will present a DRM technical paper during the convention.

Sirius Begins Satellite Service 

Sirius Satellite Radio began the first phase of its national service rollout in four metropolitan markets, Denver, Houston, Phoenix and Jackson, MS.

Good sound or sounds good? 

Satellite radio is here. Five years after the FCC issued the two licenses, this service, anticipated by some and feared by others, is a reality.

XM Announces 30,000 Subscribers 

The press conference included comments from the CEOs of radio manufacturers and consumer equipment dealers in addition to comments from Hugh Panero, CEO of XM.

Sirius Tools for February Launch 

The company discussed its upcoming service launch and new programming lineup.

Testing IBOC 

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.

GM of Canada Puts DAB On The Road 

This development is the culmination of a strategic alliance formed between GM of Canada and Digital Radio Roll-Out Inc. (DRRI).

Nautel To License IBiquity's IBOC 

Nautel will integrate iBiquity Digital's technology into a new line of IBOC transmitters and exciters, scheduled for launch at NAB 2002.

More on IBOC 

I have heard informed people suggest that the ability to transmit 5.1 channel surround audio (such as Dolby Digital) could be the value-added feature

Learning to love the Deathstar, part 2 

Last month this column examined the coming of satellite radio and how it might affect the terrestrial radio environment. This time we'll consider how

Learning to love the Deathstar, part 1 

As the S-DARS satellites rise into their orbital positions, it's a good time to start thinking realistically about how things might change when satellite

What's wrong with DAB? 

The recent announcement of the iBiquity Digital "grand alliance" may signal the beginning of the end for IBOC. While most mergers of established companies

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