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DRMradio home page.
 
The Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) consortium was founded in 1998 as a not for profit organisation. Twenty organizations signed a 'Memorandum of Understanding' in Guangzhou, China.
 
These organizations represent broadcasters, academic institutions, and manufacturers. The consortium purpose is to develop and promote a non-proprietary global technical standard for the replacement of analogue AM (Amplitude Modulation) radio with digital radio, also called DRM.

Mondiale is the French word for world.
 
International Telecommunications Union (ITU) 2002, International Electrotechnical Committee (IEC) 2003, and the European Telecommunications Standardisation Institute (ETSI) 2003, have all approved DRM broadcasts for frequencies below 30 MHz.
 
DRM+ is the name given to the newer DRM standard for broadcast in the VHF band. For this reason the original DRM standard is often referred to as DRM30.
 
 
Not to be confused with -
Digital Rights Management or
Disaster Risk Management
the other DRM acronyms.
 
Deutsche Welle QSL card [11/06/2003]
DRM background
COFDM
FAC
SFN
MSC
SDC data 1
Multimedia
Bandplan
DRM future
DRM audio
FAC sync
DRM multiplex
DRM modes
SDC data 2