Sirius Satellite Radio has reached an agreement with STMicroelectronics to produce and integrate Sirius’ next generation chipset for its satellite radios. The Sirius development lab in Princeton, N.J. designed the advanced chipset with STMicroelectronics. Both companies say the new chipset will mean lower costs, improved performance and enhanced features for Sirius radios planned for release during the second half of 2005.
Inside the March Issue of Radio World International
Read about the future of in-car radio, smart speakers, sports reporting gear, and more
Polestar Says New Model Will Have FM Analog After All (But Still No AM)
New car now features Google, Android, as well as access to FM and DAB
NAB Exhibitor Viewpoint: Christophe Poulain, WorldCast Systems
“I see radio broadcasters being very creative in dealing with so many new technologies and opportunities”