Firstly, the installation of FM signal receiving module will bring additional costs to mobile phone enterprises and affect the overall design of mobile phone products.
Secondly, when listening to emergency broadcasting information by mobile phone, it is required to open the emergency broadcasting application of mobile phone and use 3.5mm headphone interface line as reception antenna. At present, some mobile phone products use Type-C interface or wireless headphone, which has some obstacles in receiving emergency broadcasting information.
Third, with the rapid development of the Internet, users can receive early warning information by installing various emergency broadcasting applications (such as earthquake warning APP) in their mobile phones.
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology emphasizes that since mobile phones are highly market-oriented industries, we will play a role of market mechanism, encourage mobile phone manufacturers to install them voluntarily, so as to facilitate mobile phone users to receive public early warning information, and appropriate, under the conditions of mature FM signal reception module technology, low cost, reasonable consumption of mobile terminal resources and electricity, etc. Research and formulate relevant standards.
The Reply of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology is as follows:
FM broadcasting is broadcastingtelevisionAs an important part of transmission coverage network, FM broadcasting will remain an important carrier of mainstream public opinion, an important transmission channel for people to receive information and a national emergency broadcasting system for a long time due to its wide coverage, convenient reception, low cost and strong anti-damage ability. Important bearing means. In 2017, the General Plan for the Construction of the National Emergency Broadcasting System issued by the former State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio and Television proposed to promote the application of various emergency broadcasting terminals.
As the most commonly used communication tool, mobile phone is one of the most important emergency broadcasting terminals. According to the understanding of mobile phone enterprises, at present, some mobile phone products no longer install FM signal receiving module and do not support emergency broadcasting function. There are three main considerations: first, installing FM signal receiving module will bring additional costs to mobile phone enterprises and affect the overall design of mobile phone products; second, listening to emergency through mobile phones. When broadcasting information, it is required to open mobile emergency broadcasting application and use 3.5mm headphone interface line as reception antenna. At present, some mobile phone products use Type-C interface or wireless headphones to receive emergency broadcasting information. Third, with the rapid development of the Internet, users can install various emergency broadcasting in mobile phones. Applications (e.g. earthquake early warning APP, etc.) receive early warning information.
FM broadcasting is of great significance to the construction of national emergency broadcasting system. We will continue to intensify efforts to do a good job in radio and television transmission coverage, including FM broadcasting, to better meet the people's information access needs. As the mobile phone is a highly market-oriented industry, we will play the role of market mechanism. Under the conditions of mature FM signal receiving module technology, low cost, reasonable consumption of mobile terminal resources and electricity, mobile phone manufacturers are encouraged to install it voluntarily, so as to facilitate mobile phone users to receive public early warning information, and timely research and formulation of phase. Pass standards. In addition, we will continue to promote the application of public emergency broadcasting equipment such as emergency broadcasting loudspeaker system, outdoor large screen, digital audio broadcasting radio and other emergency broadcasting terminals, and constantly expand access to emergency broadcasting information.