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Broadcast Australia Chooses Continental Electronics HF Transmitters

In 2009 Broadcast Australia chose Continental Electronics to supply two new DRM-ready 100 kilowatt transmitters for two of its short-wave stations.  The purchase represents the first step in Broadcast Australia’s plan to enhance its digital short-wave (HF) broadcast capabilities throughout its network of transmitters.  The state-of-the-art Continental Model 418G-DRM transmitters will enable Broadcast Australia to transmit programming in analog AM and digital (DRM) modes from both stations, Tenant Creek and Shepparton.

DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale) is the internationally accepted open standard format for digital broadcasters operating in the SW, MW, and LW portions of the spectrum.  With its FM-like digital audio, DRM is revitalizing traditional broadcasts, offering improved reception quality and lower transmission energy consumption, as well as new data and text capabilities. 

 

Radio-Television Malaysia Chooses Continental Electronics HF Transmitters

In 2010 Radio-Television Malaysia (RTM) selected the Continental Electronics Model 418G-DRM for its new short-wave transmitters.  The three 100 kilowatt DRM-ready HF transmitters from Continental and other equipment are to be installed in the RTM Transmitting Station at Kajang, and will enable RTM transmissions in digital DRM format as well as conventional analog AM.

DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale) is the internationally accepted open standard format for digital broadcasters operating in the SW, MW, and LW portions of the spectrum.  With its FM-like digital audio, DRM is revitalizing traditional broadcasts, offering improved reception quality and lower transmission energy consumption, as well as new data and text capabilities. 

 


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