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Radio DNS and Telnic

Post by Telnic on Fri 02 Jan 2015, 5:14 am

Lostwithiel12-02-2013 10:37 PM




Radio DNS and Telnic
 
Wonder if anybody has looked at Radio DNS and considered if there is a way of integrating this with a dot tel website to provide a form of enhanced RDS combined with Electronic Programme Guide? 

Radio DNS is a method for a hybrid radio receiver, meaning one receiving the broadcast radio signal and connected to the Internet, to find the Internet address of the interactive service corresponding to the radio station actually tuned. It uses the existing Domain Name System to allow the connected radio receiver to look up web resources based on their broadcast parameters, (Source Wikipedia)

Demo available at http://www.radiodns.info/

So, has anyone who knows much more than me about this subject, taken a look to see if it is possible to integrate Radio DNS and Telnic Websites? Would there be any advantage in doing it? Presumably the system could be made to work without the need for a modified FM or DAB receiver. You would simply point the browser on your Smart Phone or tablet to radiostation.tel and be able to use RadioVIS, RadioEPG and RadioTAG (See http://radiodns.org/ for an explanation of these terms)

(Apologies if this topic has been covered before, I did a quick SEARCH of the Forums but couldn’t find anything.)

Regards

Keith

supercyberheroes12-05-2013 02:09 PM




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Originally Posted by Lostwithiel (Post 27626)
Wonder if anybody has looked at Radio DNS and considered if there is a way of integrating this with a dot tel website to provide a form of enhanced RDS combined with Electronic Programme Guide? 

Radio DNS is a method for a hybrid radio receiver, meaning one receiving the broadcast radio signal and connected to the Internet, to find the Internet address of the interactive service corresponding to the radio station actually tuned. It uses the existing Domain Name System to allow the connected radio receiver to look up web resources based on their broadcast parameters, (Source Wikipedia)

Demo available at http://www.radiodns.info/

So, has anyone who knows much more than me about this subject, taken a look to see if it is possible to integrate Radio DNS and Telnic Websites? Would there be any advantage in doing it? Presumably the system could be made to work without the need for a modified FM or DAB receiver. You would simply point the browser on your Smart Phone or tablet toradiostation.tel and be able to use RadioVIS, RadioEPG and RadioTAG (See http://radiodns.org/ for an explanation of these terms)

(Apologies if this topic has been covered before, I did a quick SEARCH of the Forums but couldn’t find anything.)

Regards

Keith



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I believe anything regarding with DNS will be fantastic with .tel, but this subject are in the hand of telnic, will be good to hear from them.

Regards[/size]

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