Digital Radio Update - Dec 15, 2010
BBC expands DAB coverage, DRM+/technology workshop in Sri Lanka, Broadcast Traffic Consortium adds website, Frontier Silicon pledges support for German DAB+ and 2010 was just another year for digital radio.
A new DAB transmission facility will soon provide improved reception across a region around London.
DRM says the trial, with more than 50 delegates attending, was the first of its kind in the Asia-Pacific region.
The country's first multiplex is expected to switch on in the first half of 2011.
The website will be a source of information on the future of digital radio for automakers, consumer device makers and radio broadcasters.
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