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The new life of AM radio will be digital
According to the EE Times website, Digital Radio Mondiale Consortium today unveiled a new data transmission technology using an amplitude modulated signal on short and medium wave carriers. Consortium members are 70 companies, including representatives of broadcasting companies ? Deutsche Welle, BBC, Radio France International, Radio Vaticano, All India Radio and Voice of America, and equipment manufacturers ? Dolby Laboratories, Hitachi, JVC, Bosch and Sony, and Micronas and Atmel. International organizations such as ITU (International Telecommunications Union) and IBB (International Broadcasting Bureau) have also shown significant interest in the consortium’s developments.
DRM hopes that the process of digital AM radio transmission, which has begun today, will gradually lead to the complete replacement of analog technology with digital. It is expected that digital will be not only data transmission, but also traditional broadcasting in medium and short wave ranges. The new technology is planned to provide for the transmission of text information accompanying the broadcast and promises that the new transmitters will be noticeably less powerful and will consume about 80% less electricity than the current ones.
As for the technical details, it is still known that the new technology plans to use frequency division multiplexing and decomposition into orthogonal carriers (Cofdm) and compression of transmitted data using the AAC Plus algorithm, which is nothing more than a modified music-to-MP3 compression algorithm. The sound quality of AAC Plus is claimed to be comparable to CDDA playback already at 48Kbps.
Many administrative issues remained unresolved. Most likely, the broadcasting frequencies will remain the same, which will allow preserving the existing broadcasting networks. Well, no one knows yet how long the transition to a new digital broadcasting technology will last.