ITU opens tropical band for DRM

December 9, 2007 at 10:00 am Leave a comment

Since 2002, Digital Radio Mondiale’s (DRM) system has been endorsed by the ITU for broadcasting over the world in the longwave, mediumwave and shortwave frequencies, with the exception of the ‘tropical zone’ bands.
At the last World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) of the ITU in Geneva, the conference officially approved DRM system in the broadcasting bands between 3200 and 5900 kHz for domestic coverage in the’tropical zone’ countries. This major regulatory achievement opens up a huge market for the benefit of the citizens from this part of the world.

(Media Network Weblog)

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