Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes:
We see from your search that you're looking for information on the term "Digital radios", and we have a large number of manufacturers' news releases and technical articles here on Electronicstalk which will be of interest. Let me be your guide.
Start with the news release Multistandard receiver adds Sirius Internet radio from Frontier Silicon, which we summarised at the time by saying "Consumer electronics manufacturers will be able to produce familiar tabletop radios, microsystems and clock radios that also have access to the Sirius commercial-free channels". Several months prior to that, we featured the news release Pure design win is RF success from Future Waves: "Pure Digital has signed to use an RF CMOS device from Future Waves in its digital radio receivers".
In April 2007, we covered the news from Frontier Silicon concerning its Venice 5 (FS2025) DAB/FM module - take a look at Building block for radio with iPod docking feature which says: "A reference design enables audio manufacturers quickly to produce low-cost DAB/FM radios with iPod docking capability".
Take a look also at the news release from RadioScape, Multistandard module puts DRM in the shops, as well as DAB module runs lower power budget from Frontier Silicon, and Baseband enables next DAB generation from Frontier Silicon.
Multistandard module is product of the year (July 2006)
RadioScape has just won the TechCon Product of the Year 2006 for its RS500 module
Phase-locked oscillator suits digital radio needs (August 2005)
A new fully integrated InGaP HBT phase-locked oscillator covers point-to-point/multipoint, test equipment, industrial and Vsat subscriber applications from 14.7 to 15.4GHz
Multistandard digital radios in the spotlight (August 2005)
RadioScape will be showcasing multistandard digital radios based on its recently launched RS500 module at IFA 2005 in Berlin, Germany (2nd to 7th September 2005)
Hong Kong expansion shifts RadioScape's focus (July 2005)
RadioScape has opened new offices in Hong Kong as part of a multi-million-dollar expansion into the Asia Pacific region
Receiver module has all standards covered (June 2005)
A new module that can receive DRM as well as DAB, FM with RDS, LW, MW and SW can form the basis of the world's first affordable, integrated, multistandard, digital radio receivers