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Challenges in automotive radio design

1/15/2010 03:00 PM EST
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tonywin
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tonywin   1/25/2010 4:37:46 PM
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DAB is hardly an emeging technology. The UK alone has over 30o Radio Service being transmitted across the country where DAB is receivable by up to 90% of the population! At the other end of the world - Australia has just embarked on a massive switch over to DAB Digiital Radio and in between, the list of countries with DAB is large and growing. Hardly "Emerging Technology". The lack of Automotive receivers is actually a huge drag on the further market expansion, but if manufacturers are not aware of the actual market that exists NOW - perhaps that is hardly surprising!

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Jayakumar   1/22/2010 4:12:16 AM
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In Epigon (http://www.epigon.in), we had created Blackfin DSP based Digital Radio that can work as FM Receiver FM RDS receiver DAB receiver DAB+ receiver DMB receiver AM receiver Mobile WorldSpace receiver. Sotfware version of above radio recevier makes life easy for OEMs, to work with multiple standards but with one set of DSP sub system. Car audio system need to provide, multiple iterface to RF signale based on standard requirment andIF onwards Epigon takes care of all in ADC+DSP sub system. jk@epigon.in

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