Ruxandra Obreja

Car industry has strongly supported DRM introduction in India #ABUdbs2019

Tuesday 05 March, 2019
Ruxandra Obreja, the Chair of the DRM Consortium, talked about the philosophy of digital radio switchover as part of a series of presentations at DBS2019.

“Don’t focus on the analog switch off date, rather focus on the digital radio launch date,” she advised.

When thinking about switching over from analog to digital radio there are three ways you can do it, according to Obreja:

1. Set a firm date like Norway, or

Lower transmission costs and more receivers: Digital Radio Mondiale at #DBS2017

Tuesday 07 March, 2017
During the DRM session at this week's Digital Broadcasting Symposium, DRM Chair Ruxandra Obreja explained that Digital Radio Mondiale can use existing transmission infrastructure and can broadcast on all broadcast bands, Shortwave, AM and FM.

'Broadcasters must commit to a digital future' #DBS2017 Malaysia

Tuesday 07 March, 2017

In the first session of this year’s Digital Broadcasting Summit in Malaysia, the ABU’s Secretary General Javad Mottaghi told delegates, “broadcasters must commit to a digital future.”

Using all the possibilities of digital, broadcasters should aim to pursue innovation and rich content according to Mottaghi.

Commercial Radio Australia’s Joan Warner said radio is the most robust and reliable communications channel. It’s free, accessible and innovative, and now it is also digital.

DRM: Clever radio for smart countries

Friday 13 March, 2015

New codecs that deliver better sound, hybrid slide show innovations, and more countries broadcasting in DRM were some of the latest developments presented by the Digital Radio Mondiale group at last week’s Digital Broadcasting Symposium in Kuala Lumpur.

Lindsay Cornell explained the latest development in hybrid radio, which now enables RDS, slide shows and other program service information to be compatible across different standards. This will bring benefits for both receiver manufacturers and audiences.

Interview: Ruxandra Obreja from Digital Radio Mondiale

Wednesday 28 August, 2013

Several Asian governments, including Thailand and Vietnam, are set to decide in the next year or two which digital radio standard they will adopt.

At first glance, the Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) platform (including successor DAB+) may be most likely because of its popularity elsewhere as an FM replacement (In the Uk, 16 million DAB sets have been sold).

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