Brazilian DRM Multi-Sector Platform Launched

The Digital Radio Mondiale Consortium and Brazilian specialists celebrated the launch of the Brazilian DRM Multi-Sector Platform Oct. 1 in Sao Paulo.

The event and workshop were designed to allow those attending to understand how DRM functions in Brazil. DRM is a standardized digital broadcasting system for all frequencies below and above 30 MHz.

The choice of this broadcasting standard is still under scrutiny in Brazil, but, according to the consortium, the new platform aims to promote DRM as the “only all-band, open, global standard” and the best available Brazilian broadcasting standard.

The Brazilian division’s goal is to explain how they believe this standard can benefit Brazilians.

Rating People: 4   Average Rating:     
Comment List:

Congrats. Wish all the best.
By Yogendra Pal on 10/2/2012

Post your comment

Your Name:  Required
Your Mail:       Your email will not be published.
Your Site:    

max. 800 characters

Posts are reviewed before publication, typically the next business morning. Radio World encourages multiple viewpoints, though a post will be blocked if it contains abusive language, or is repetitive or spam. Thank you for commenting!