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What's next, HD 2-way radios

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RayAir

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Since the market was saturated and full of analog radios, they came out with new digital radios to hawk, so I was just thinking , what's the next new technology of radio that they will want to sell to us?

I was just driving earlier today listening to HD radio in my car and thought about this? How does this sound:

Motorola ClearTalk HD Radio
or
M/A-Com Fidelity+ HD Radio

This would fit right in with the digital and HD wave taking place.
 

KC8RFE

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HD radio does not stand for High Definition radio.

It actually stands for Hybrid Digital radio. The radio stations themselves make you think your listening to high definition radio.


That's a huge misunderstanding of HD radio.
 
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