> Digital Radio Mondiale, a Better Standard Than US-Adopted IBOC?
Digital Radio Mondiale, a Better Standard Than US-Adopted IBOC?
September 25th, 2010 09:35
Gsparky2004 writes “Over at Engineering Radio, Paul suggests that Digital Radio Mondiale (or ‘Digital Radio Worldwide’) may be a better alternative than the US-adopted, proprietary IBOC system. But he’s concerned that the FCC is too far down the ‘IBOC is the way!’ road and won’t accept an open source alternative, even one that may work better.” For a slightly more pointed take on the matter, check out this anti-IBOC site, which paints IBOC as something akin to the devil himself.
Source: Digital Radio Mondiale, a Better Standard Than US-Adopted IBOC?
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