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steve.taranovich
steve.taranovich
4/2/2019 4:37:54 PM
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Re: Internet radio
@MeasurementBlues---Lucent was the birthplace of Digital Radio which has obviously evolved since then.

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MeasurementBlues
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4/2/2019 4:22:14 PM
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Re: Internet radio
As in HD radio? That never took off. Internet radio killed HD.

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steve.taranovich
steve.taranovich
4/2/2019 4:19:35 PM
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Re: Internet radio
I had the Lucent Technologies worldwide account when I was at Burr-Brown and then TI as Corporate Account Manager/Field Apps Engineer.

I remember, in 2002, when Lucent Digital Radio system, in Warren, NJ (Right across the street from the TI NJ office), started out and used In-Band On-Channel (IBOC) technology which was designed to allow broadcasters to convert to an all-digital AM or FM broadcast system. The company planned that its digital radio would let listeners hear crystal-clear audio, while also providing new data services over regular broadcast signals. Lucent said that listeners would be able to hear IBOC, satellite, or Internet audio over the same receiver--whether in their car or at home--with wide varieties of programming and interactive services.

I frequently visited their NJ facility and worked with their designers to help incorporate TI solutions. Bell Labs in Murray Hill, NJ had a large satellite dish that supported this development as well at the time.

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MeasurementBlues
MeasurementBlues
4/2/2019 12:26:10 PM
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Internet radio
Twice a year, I drive round trip from Boston to Rochester, NY. a 7-hour dirve. I listen to internet radio all the way, usually one station. No hunting around for local stations that either broudcast nothing of interest plus commercials.

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apummer945
apummer945
2/27/2019 9:59:34 AM
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AM RADIO Fades Out
AM radio could cover very large area and that could be important in emergency situation

 

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traneus
traneus
9/6/2016 6:48:07 PM
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Zero-IF older than superhet
Zero-IF, also called heterodyne, is older than superheterodyne. See Reginald A. Fessenden's 1916 U.S. Patent 01,172,017 for an example.

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Myanalog
Myanalog
12/8/2014 11:27:27 PM
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Re: Demise
"I do not necessarily understand the point you are making here. Are you saying that changing a radio channel provides a risk? I personally do not see it that way "

Fasmicro, I mentioned about change in attention, while driving. Any other operation while driving can change driving attention.

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fasmicro
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12/4/2014 7:29:31 AM
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Re: Demise
>> Fasmicro, careful driving is important that tuning or listening to radio programs.

I do not necessarily understand the point you are making here. Are you saying that changing a radio channel provides a risk? I personally do not see it that way 

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Myanalog
Myanalog
12/3/2014 4:30:08 AM
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Re: Madness, not progress
"That seems to be the paradigm as there are radios in most of the smarthphones and they work very well. The challenge for the industry is not the technology, it is just that it is competing with many other choices and alternatives."

Goafrit2, yes you are right. I think in near future TV also may vanishes. Now a days most of the GSM providers are providing IP TVs and internet version of channels.

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Myanalog
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12/3/2014 4:27:42 AM
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Re: Demise
"That is not the case in U.S. There are hundreds of stations one can choose in some cities in U.S. The problem I have with radio is the fact that except I am in the car, I do not see any other place I need to listen to it."

Fasmicro, careful driving is important that tuning or listening to radio programs.

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