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JC Aragon
21-07-2007, 13:53
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Taken from : http://www.guiadelaradio.com/noticia15640.html


Cadena SER is doing a DRM trial from Pozuelo de Alarcón ( Madrid) , the site where its operated the MW transmitter on 810 Khz, operating on AM.


There are already two AM transmitters taken the Cadena SER programmes on 1260 Khz on Algeciras and Murcia and they are regular transmitters, not part of the trial. They are on air from different sites and they have nothing to do with Pozuelo.

The simulcast is thanks to a transmission system in Pozuelo de Alarcón (Madrid) , carrying the AM transmission on 1260 Khz and the DRM transmission on 1251 Khz. All together from Pozuelo and with 10 KW.

I know people around Madrid have received 1260 Khz on AM modus (taking separate programmes and nothing to do with what is on 810 khz) , but they did not know the existence of 1251 Khz on DRM, because they dont have DRM receivers.


When they will finish them, a report will be done according the measures and data achived and that report would be used by the Spamish Administration and international organizations.

MikeB
23-07-2007, 22:26
Equipment installed by Transradio, more here:

http://www.broadcast-transradio.com/html/drm_test_spain.html