Radio language listings for DRM.

Radio language listings for DRM.

Post by user » Tue, 24 Feb 2009 03:29:17

DRM:

http://users.fulladsl.be/~spb13810/drmlist/

ordered by language, analogue:
http://users.fulladsl.be/~spb13810/swlist/

Ordered by transmitter:
http://users.fulladsl.be/~spb13810/txlist/

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700+ Radio Stations on SW http://swstations.tk/
Shortwave transmissions in English, Francais, Nederlands, Deutsch,
Suid-Afrikaans, Chinese, Dansk, Urdu, Cantonese, Greek, Spanish,
Portuguese, ...
http://radiolanguages.tk  Updated every month or so ....

 
 
 

Radio language listings for DRM.

Post by PocketRadi » Tue, 24 Feb 2009 11:26:12



Quote:> DRM:

> http://users.fulladsl.be/~spb13810/drmlist/

> ordered by language, analogue:http://users.fulladsl.be/~spb13810/swlist/

> Ordered by transmitter:http://users.fulladsl.be/~spb13810/txlist/

> --
> --
> 700+ Radio Stations on SWhttp://swstations.tk/
> Shortwave transmissions in English, Francais, Nederlands, Deutsch,
> Suid-Afrikaans, Chinese, Dansk, Urdu, Cantonese, Greek, Spanish,
> Portuguese, ...http://radiolanguages.tk Updated every month or so ....

"Death of Digital Radio Mondiale in 2008 as well?"

"From both formal and informal discussions among participants at the
HFCC, it is now clear that the proposed DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale)
system, that would have converted analogue Shortwave to digital, FM
like quality reception would hardly be implemented if ever on a large
scale, beyond the current experimental stage."

http://tinyurl.com/b6z5lr

"Why don't you use DRM on Shortwave?"

"DRM is the acronym of Digital Radio Mondiale, a new technology
intended to offer digital, almost FM, quality to Shortwave, Long Wave
and Medium Wave (AM) broadcasts. Unfortunately DRM is incompatible
with ordinary Shortwave radios and requires buying new receivers, that
are not currently available in mass production, or at a cost that is
anywhere close to a conventional, analogue Shortwave receiver... Some
large companies are pushing DRM by convincing program producers and
broadcasters to start airing in DRM ahead of time, but unless there is
mass availability and penetration of receivers on the listeners side,
this will remain - unfortunately - a technological experiment, and
broadcasters using it to reach their listeners now, are clearly
throwing their money out of the window."

http://www.egradio.org/index.php?name=FAQ&id_cat=7

 
 
 

Radio language listings for DRM.

Post by PocketRadi » Tue, 24 Feb 2009 11:28:00


Quote:> DRM:

> http://users.fulladsl.be/~spb13810/drmlist/

> ordered by language, analogue:http://users.fulladsl.be/~spb13810/swlist/

> Ordered by transmitter:http://users.fulladsl.be/~spb13810/txlist/

> --
> --
> 700+ Radio Stations on SWhttp://swstations.tk/
> Shortwave transmissions in English, Francais, Nederlands, Deutsch,
> Suid-Afrikaans, Chinese, Dansk, Urdu, Cantonese, Greek, Spanish,
> Portuguese, ...http://radiolanguages.tk Updated every month or so ....

"Death of Digital Radio Mondiale in 2008 as well?"

"From both formal and informal discussions among participants at the
HFCC, it is now clear that the proposed DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale)
system, that would have converted analogue Shortwave to digital, FM
like quality reception would hardly be implemented if ever on a large
scale, beyond the current experimental stage."

http://tinyurl.com/b6z5lr

"Why don't you use DRM on Shortwave?"

"DRM is the acronym of Digital Radio Mondiale, a new technology
intended to offer digital, almost FM, quality to Shortwave, Long Wave
and Medium Wave (AM) broadcasts. Unfortunately DRM is incompatible
with ordinary Shortwave radios and requires buying new receivers, that
are not currently available in mass production, or at a cost that is
anywhere close to a conventional, analogue Shortwave receiver... Some
large companies are pushing DRM by convincing program producers and
broadcasters to start airing in DRM ahead of time, but unless there is
mass availability and penetration of receivers on the listeners side,
this will remain - unfortunately - a technological experiment, and
broadcasters using it to reach their listeners now, are clearly
throwing their money out of the window."

http://www.egradio.org/index.php?name=FAQ&id_cat=7

 
 
 

Radio language listings for DRM.

Post by PocketRadi » Tue, 24 Feb 2009 11:29:24


Quote:> DRM:

> http://users.fulladsl.be/~spb13810/drmlist/

> ordered by language, analogue:http://users.fulladsl.be/~spb13810/swlist/

> Ordered by transmitter:http://users.fulladsl.be/~spb13810/txlist/

> --
> --
> 700+ Radio Stations on SWhttp://swstations.tk/
> Shortwave transmissions in English, Francais, Nederlands, Deutsch,
> Suid-Afrikaans, Chinese, Dansk, Urdu, Cantonese, Greek, Spanish,
> Portuguese, ...http://radiolanguages.tk Updated every month or so ....

"Death of Digital Radio Mondiale in 2008 as well?"

"From both formal and informal discussions among participants at the
HFCC, it is now clear that the proposed DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale)
system, that would have converted analogue Shortwave to digital, FM
like quality reception would hardly be implemented if ever on a large
scale, beyond the current experimental stage."

http://tinyurl.com/b6z5lr

"Why don't you use DRM on Shortwave?"

"DRM is the acronym of Digital Radio Mondiale, a new technology
intended to offer digital, almost FM, quality to Shortwave, Long Wave
and Medium Wave (AM) broadcasts. Unfortunately DRM is incompatible
with ordinary Shortwave radios and requires buying new receivers, that
are not currently available in mass production, or at a cost that is
anywhere close to a conventional, analogue Shortwave receiver... Some
large companies are pushing DRM by convincing program producers and
broadcasters to start airing in DRM ahead of time, but unless there is
mass availability and penetration of receivers on the listeners side,
this will remain - unfortunately - a technological experiment, and
broadcasters using it to reach their listeners now, are clearly
throwing their money out of the window."

http://www.egradio.org/index.php?name=FAQ&id_cat=7