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DAB Comes to Ipods
London - May 25, 2007 - Frontier Silicon has teamed with Roberts Radio to develop a DAB/FM plug-in accessory that allows listeners to listen to radio stations with an Ipod. The plug-in measures 52.4mm x 32mm x 8.1mm and is based on Frontier Silicon's Kino 2 DAB IC. It connects to an Ipod, enabling users to listen to Eureka DAB or analog FM radio. Roberts will launch the product in the UK in October 2007 with a suggested retail price of about US$100.
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