Test broadcasting on DRM will begin in the Czech Republic An
interesting item has appeared in the database of frequency allocations on the website of the Czech Telecommunications Office. České Radiokomunikace is going to test broadcasting in the DRM standard, which is one of the digital radio distribution technologies. It was intended as a replacement for analog AM transmission, as it has significant coverage. At the same time, there is a shortage of receivers on the market for which DRM is tuned.
According to data from the official database, it will be broadcast from České Budějovice, from the same locality where the broadcasting of Czech Radio on medium waves ended at the end of the year. The DRM test transmission is to be transmitted on a frequency of 954 kHz with a power of 3.16 kW.”
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