UK Eyes 2015 for Analog Radio Sunset
London - Jun 16, 2009 - Radio stations in the UK that broadcast on national and local DAB multiplexes will end their analog FM transmissions by the end of 2015. The plan was unveiled in the Digital Britain report.
While current FM services move to DAB carriers, current medium-wave services will move to the to-be-vacated FM channels. The plan specifies several deadlines for the transition.
The entire report is available through the Department for Culture Media and Sport website. Chapter 3b covers the radio transition.
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