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Greece Eureka Station Chooses Harris for Olympics

Greece Eureka Station Chooses Harris for Olympics

A station in Greece using the Eureka-147 form of digital radio technology has chosen Harris to help transmit information to the visitors of the 2004 Olympics in Athens. Kiss FM 92.9 says it’s the first digital radio station for Greece.
Harris is providing an audio head-end for DAB transmission for up to 20 audio channels comprising 20 D-ACE DAB encoders, a D-EMUX ensemble multiplexer and the PC software for controlling the system.
“For such a prestigious event, we were very thorough in our assessment of equipment. said Mr. Panagiotis Kostakis, chairman and CEO at Kiss FM 92.9. “For this installation we received the equipment within two weeks and our staff was given the necessary training the week after.”