Fraunhofer IIS, Telos, Omnia, Axia, Broadcast Electronics and Bose participate in world-premiere live demon-stration of non-matrixed 5.1 Surround Sound for FM HD Radio.
Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS and its partners join to present at the 2005 NAB show a first live demonstration. The end-to-end demonstration will involve the complete HD Radio broadcasting chain comprising the studio, on-air broadcasting and automotive digital radio receivers. The original multi-channel material will be mixed in discrete 5.1 surround at the Axia booth and then passed over a wireless link to the Telos / Omnia booth to be encoded for surround by Fraunhofer IIS Spatial Audio software. As a next step the encoded material is processed for FM transmission and broadcast on an HD Radio channel using a Broadcast Electronics HD Radio Exciter.
A Visteon car radio modified by Fraunhofer IIS will receive and decode the over-the-air signal for 5.1 surround at the Telos booth. The visitor will also be able to audition HD Radio surround audio in an in-car environment, courtesy of a prototype Bose 5.1 Cabin Surround Sound system at the MPEG Pavilon.
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