Telos/Omnia and Fraunhofer IIS announce the first public demonstration of their new surround system for HD Radio™ at the NAB Radio Show in San Diego, October 6-8, booth 907.
At NAB Radio Show, Telos/Omnia and Fraunhofer IIS present a novel surround system for HD Radio™ delivering impressive full surround audio without compromising the stereo signal in any way. This way, both users equipped with conventional stereo receivers and those owning surround receivers will get the maximum audio pleasure while listening to the same radio program.
HD Radio, the new digital radio broadcast standard for the USA, works in the traditional FM and AM channels to deliver high quality digital audio to listeners. About 100 radio stations are already on-air using HD Radio technology, with many more planning to begin HD Radio broadcast. Several digital receivers capable of HD Radio reception are available to consumers. Omnia’s President, Frank Foti says, "Surround using this approach and transmitted digitally over HD Radio is a true gain in audio excellence."
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