The CSA has authorised RMUX, a subsidiary of multiplex operator TDF to proceed with a DAB+ trial in Meudon (Hauts-de-Seine).
The coverage of DAB+ in Denmark has been expanded as 87 radio stations were assigned to 12 regional DAB+ networks.
The new national licenses will be for the period 2017-2027 and include both FM and DAB+.
Technological advancements are sometimes able to turn long-running (but still reliable) items or standards into outdated legacies. Usually, it’s the market that decides, when it comes to broadcasting standards this can be different.
IZT expands its comprehensive support for Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB) applications adding new features to its high performance S1000 signal generator family.
News that the Swedish government is to postpone the development of a digital terrestrial network has been widely criticised as 'short-sighted and retrograde' by public service broadcasters across Europe.
TPEG was presented as a successful example of Traffic Forecast services at the WorldDMB European Event held in Brussels.
Dutch commercial radio licenses are to be auctioned again, with the new licenses carrying a term of ten years. The licenses concern those for the use of spectrum in the AM and FM band, and the digital distribution of ether via DAB.
A new station is available on DAB today as Mi-Soul launches in London. Mi-Soul has been streaming for over three years, but this is the first time it has been made available on terrestrial radio.
Tivoli Audio attended the Digital Radio Symposium event along with representatives from Fiat Chysler Automotive Group, Digital Radio UK and Digital Radio NL.