Tuesday, 07 June 2016

RFmondial at First DRM European Workshop "Flexible and Complete Digital Radio for Europe"

The Digital Radio Mondial (DRM) Consortium and the German DRM Platform held a most comprehensive European workshop hosted by Fraunhofer IIS in Erlangen, Germany from 6th to 7th April 2016.

The participants urged all stakeholders of Digital Radio in Europe to embrace publicly the duality and complementarity of the open DRM and DAB standards as the complete Digital Radio solution for Europe. This means a digital future for all broadcasters, offering more programme choice to listeners, extra multimedia services with text and images and increased energy savings.

During this workshop, benefits and opportunities of DRM were shown with practical applications by the participants. On that occasion, also Dr. Jens Schroeder, Managing Director of RFmondial, demonstrated how to provide DRM services in the crowded FM band compatible  with all the existing FM stations. For more details read in InfoDigital.
Thursday, 07 January 2016

DRM Simulcast in Indonesia

RFmondial's monitoring receiver RF-SE was used to receveive DRM  Simulcast at RRI trial in Indonesia.
Monday, 12 October 2015

RFmondial's products presented in Fraunhofer IBC video

RFmondial's products are well placed in Fraunhofer IIS video, which has been taken during IBC 2015 in Amsterdam.
Wednesday, 17 June 2015

High Technology – High Accuracy: RFmondial presents its RF-SE19

DRM member RFmondial recently announced a new DRM monitoring receiver model within its RF-SE series.

The RF-SE series is known for its high performance frontend with preselector filter banks and a digital direct-down conversion system approach. To suit the specific needs of the desired application, the well-proven digital base-band decoder and various modular blocks are available: for example, RSCI capability, audio and multimedia decoder, alarm feature, web-interface as well as RFmonitor connector. The receiver is available for DRM30 or DRM+.
RFmondial is pleased to announce a new innovative model, based on the highly successful RF-SE12. The new RF-SE19 has a smaller form factor, using proven high-quality receiver technology.  The compact form factor of only 1 RU makes it ideal for mobile field trials and saving rack space.

“Even though the RF-SE19 is much smaller, it still has the same comprehensive user interface as the RF-SE12 model”, - Jens Schroeder, Managing Director.
Albert Waal, Head of Hardware Development, introduced the new model at Broadcast Asia 2015, where many of the broadcast professionals were very excited about the new compact design. The next opportunity to view it is at IBC in September: “See for yourself and get to know the RF-SE19!” The RFmondial team will be pleased to show it you.  Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for purchasing information.
Tuesday, 24 March 2015

RFmondial supports DRM trial in with Radio Republik Indonesia (RRI)

The Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) Consortium and the Indonesian public broadcaster, Radio Republik Indonesia (RRI), are pleased to announce a DRM30 digital radio trial and workshop in Jakarta, Indonesia in the week of 24th of March. For more details, please read Press Release.
Monday, 19 May 2014

C-PMSE -- Cognitive Program Making and Special Events Video.

C-PMSE -- Cognitive Program Making and Special Events:
(A research project to improve the frequency utilization and coexistence for PMSE systems by cognitive methods)
The project is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi). The project management agency is the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Cologne.
The goal of the project is the design, development, test and research on a cognitive PMSE system which provides cooperative coexistence with other C-PMSE systems, white space devices, broadcasting and mobile radio.
Basic requirements are automation of the frequency utilization within the assigned frequency spectrum, securing a coordinated coexistence of different user in the same frequency range and efficient frequency utilization.
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