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Norway announced it will be the first country to shut off FM radio

Norway’s ministry of culture declared last week that FM radio will soon be no more in the country. Starting in 2017 ( https://www.regjeringen.no/en/aktuelt/radio-digitisation-in-2017/id2406145/ ) , all existing FM stations, which transmit an analog signal, will be shut off for good, to be replaced by digital radio.  423 more words

April Music: Jack

I haven’t been to a gig since I last wrote about one. By the time this post is uploaded to the blog (ooo, hello future people!) I’ll have been to see possibly my favourite band, … 503 more words

Opinion Post

System configuration and optimization – Protect and Strengthen Your LMR System

Regularly reviewing and optimizing your system can identify incompatibilities and allow you to take advantage of new features and functions that make your communications more effective. 409 more words

Digital Radio

Tait TM9300: Quad-mode, customizable DMR Mobile Radio

The TM9300 DMR mobiles provide an efficient, digital voice and data communications solution for users in mission critical environments such as utilities, mining, transport, fire & emergency response, oil and gas. 223 more words

Digital Radio

P25 Multi-Vendor Networks – Expert Webinar Series

Avtec, Airbus DS (formerly Cassidian Communications), Eventide, Exacom, Tait Communications, and Zetron recently hosted an event to focus on the benefits of open standards. Here is the final installment from the series of webinars. 139 more words

Digital Radio

Hardware Management– Protect and Strengthen Your LMR System

Selecting, maintaining and upgrading hardware

The equipment your workers use, how it is maintained and when it is upgraded, will determine the degree of communications confidence your organization can have, and the return on your communications investment. 888 more words

Digital Radio

World Radio Day

One of our fellow members pass the following along.
I wonder if the the following information might be of interest to the South Fraser Radio group. 173 more words

Amateur Radio