“Anyone can implement our open standards without needing our involvement or agreement,” said Project Director Nick Piggott in a press release previewing the organization’s upcoming annual General Assembly.
“That means they’re growing in use, both visible and invisible, across a growing number of areas of the radio industry globally. RadioDNS has established itself as a valuable and reliable resource.”
“Our standards have been widely adopted by broadcasters, manufacturers and service providers, and are now proving valuable across the entire industry, not just hybrid radio,” the not-for-profit organization stated.
“As hoped and intended, our standards are now part of commercial offerings which create differentiation and competition but without creating unnecessary implementation costs and complexities.”
The service is free, and can be adopted by broadcasters directly or through a service provider.
Among other topics at this month’s assembly, RadioDNS will present its plans to develop hybrid radio functionality further.
Among organizations joining RadioDNS in the past year are IEEE BTS, Gracenote and NXP.