XM Satellite Radio will use Klotz Digital Radio's fiber-based Vadis audio-media platform and DC-II audio-mixing console surfaces to create the backbone of XM's Washington, D.C., programming center. Klotz will provide more than 200 Vadis platform mainframes, nearly 50 DC-II audio mixing surfaces and other control devices.
XM will send as many as 100 channels of programming via satellite to subscribers with XM-ready radios in their cars, homes and offices.
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