Ibiquity Issues New HD Radio Manufacturing Licenses

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Ibiquity Issues New HD Radio Manufacturing Licenses

Apr 16, 2009 9:42 AM

Hong Kong Consumer Electronics Fair - Apr 16, 2009 - Ibiquity Digital has licensed more than 140 companies to develop HD Radio receiver components and products. This number was reached with this week's announcements that the company granted HD Radio technology licenses to A-MAX Technology, Engis Technologies and Harbour Light Technology. In addition, Ibiquity announced that 23 factories offer HD Radio product production capabilities, up from eight in 2006, and three in 2005.

Located across Europe, Asia, and North America, these partner companies include baseband chip manufacturers, tuner chip manufacturers, test equipment developers, test centers, software developers, module developers, manufacturing houses, and receiver developers and brands.

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