RadioHack Community

Brings together software developers, integrators, broadcasting engineers, service providers, network operators, manufacturers and more to discuss radio.

Are you a software developer, integrator or engineer from broadcasting? Maybe you are a service provider, network operator or manufacturer? If so, you will most likely be interested in our RadioHack community.

EBU Technology & Innovation Workplan

Every two years, the EBU develops a roadmap for technology and innovation activities based on the requirements and inputs given by EBU Members. The result of this roadmap is our bi-annual EBU Technology & Innovation Workplan. Strategic programmes and project groups are set up to focus on specific areas of interest. To access the latest Workplan, click here.

EBU Project Group on RadioHack Community

The topic of RadioHack is part of the EBU's Strategic Programme on Digital Radio Platforms.

Main activities:

  • Our RadioHack Community is a place where software developers, integrators, broadcasting engineers, service providers, network operators, manufacturers and more join together to discuss radio.
  • Each year, we host a RadioHack event alongside the EBU Digital Radio Summit in February. During this event we take time to learn from one another, share best practice and open tools and contribute to developments.
  • After the event, we make the tools available for you to use.

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If you are interested in RadioHack Community, join our group on this topic and participate in the discussions.  Some restrictions may apply. 

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DAB+ has taken over!

Sound progress at IBC

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EBU, Geneva

The annual Radiohack part of the EBU Digital Radio Week and brings together coders, solderers and thinkers to collaborate and innovate together.

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EBU, Geneva

This event is part of the EBU Digital Radio Week, 12-15 February 2018. The Digital Radio Summit is the flagship event of the Digital Radio Week, and is the key place to learn about the current and future in the Radio Technology and Innovation. This year's theme is the user experience – how can radio keep fresh for generations to come?

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EBU, Geneva

This event is part of the EBU Digital Radio Week, 12-15 February 2018. The first Radio Archive Workshop is a forum for discussing ideas and sharing best-practice for broadcasters, helping them unlock the potential of their radio archives.

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PSM organisations produce content and services for linear and non-linear distribution. A set of distribution requirements has been defined to ensure the desired availability and technical quality of PSM services across all platforms and on all devices.

It is valuable for radio stations to be uniquely identified and this recommendation is to broadcast the Extended Country Code (ECC), as defined in RDS specification IEC 62106, and DAB specification EN 300 401 in all terrestrial radio broadcasts.     

There is renewed momentum across Europe behind the transition to digital radio, and more to come as integration in smartphones improves. In parallel, a hybrid radio approach combines the power of both broadcast (DAB+, DRM, FM) and broadband.

The pressure on spectrum in the UHF band, where DTT is mainly implemented, has given rise to the idea that Band III could be used for DTT instead. This guide tells you why this is NOT the case and how you can contribute to the discussions.

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