The Digital Radio Mondiale Consortium has released the first guide to the DRM standard in Russian.
The first comprehensive DRM Users’ Guide produced by the consortium in another language than English, the guide details, says the organization, the advantages of implementing DRM as an open, global, energy and spectrum-efficient digital radio standard. They noted that it also provides the information required by broadcasters, regulators and the industry to shape the radio digital landscape for tomorrow’s needs.
According to Ruxandra Obreja, DRM Chairperson, while the Russian version is the first non-English-language guide, DRM hopes to produce others versions in other languages if necessary.
“Meanwhile intensive work is going on in order to offer the digital radio world a new more complete English version to include information on DRM+ and the recently adopted ITU recommendations,” she said.