Saturday, November 25, 2006
"Rock-solid, city-grade signal strength apparently isn't enough to hold the HD signal."
"what good is free if you can't get anything with it, or it drops in and out all the time?"
"They're selling the idea of the "HD2" and "HD3" subchannels for additional programming, but if you can't be assured of getting them without regular annoying dropouts, they're useless."
"Sell this to regular consumers who aren't in the business and aren't going to resort to extraordinary measures to pull in a signal and you're going to anger a lot of people- assuming, that is, that a lot of people will buy this thing, which isn't the case."
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Saturday, November 11, 2006
An engineering technical study presented by broadcast engineering expert Doug Vernier to the National Association of Broadcasters convention, Radio Engineering Session, Dallas, Texas, and Broadcasters Clinic, Madison, Wisconsin demonstrated massive radio interference created by the defective HD radio system.
Further engineering studies of HD radio are anticipated.
For the full engineering presentation, left click on the headline at top. Adobe Acrobat Reader, necessary, broadband internet preferred for faster download.
FALSE CLAIMS, COMPLAINTS, POOR PERFORMANCE, PROBLEMS, AND RADIO INTERFERENCE DOCUMENTED IN OTHER ARTICLES POSTED ON THIS BLOG.
Sunday, November 05, 2006
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