At its annual Innovation Day conference last week, the firm showcased a prototype of the low-cost, low-power DRM design.
This, according to the company, addresses the vital need for information by the global population that doesn’t have the internet or TV, adding that since it is low power, it can run from solar or wind-up.
Cambridge Consultants say the design will be ready in 2020, available for any radio manufacturer to license and incorporate into their own products.
DRM Chairman, Ruxandra Obreja said she welcomes the announcement.
“The unique and inspiring design will finally lead to the development of a low-power, low-cost, small-screen, large-coverage receiver. This means we’ll be able to bridge the digital divide for millions of people who don’t have easy access to broadband.”