UK Holds Digital Broadcast Service Tests
London - Apr 26, 2012 - All WorldDMB members are being invited to participate in service trials to test the implementation of various digital broadcasting services along roads in the UK. The trial is going on until June 15, 2012, and will provide broadcasters, manufacturers of the radio equipment and vehicle manufacturers with data to evaluate the effectiveness of the new services.
As part of the UK Digital Radio Switchover process, this specification will sit behind the proposed Digital Radio Switchover Certification Mark.
Download the Digital Radio in-vehicle receiver technical trial participation guidelines, and contact email@example.com to take part in the trial.
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