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Radiokomunikace launches DAB+ pilot

Tuesday 25 March 2014 | 23:04 CET | News
Czech Radiokomunikace has launched a digital radio broadcasting pilot using the third band from the Strahov transmitter in Prague. Radio broadcasting will be via standard DAB+ (Digital Audio Broadcasting) and will cover most of Prague. The Prague digital radio multiplex now includes four channels, but the number will increase gradually. Currently, the channels include Czech Radio Vltava, Czech Radio Wave, Europa2 and RockZone. Pilot transmission can be received on radio receivers supporting DAB+. The transmitter covers more than 800,000 inhabitants in Prague. According to Radiokomunikace regulation director Marcel Prochazka, after the radio market is fully liberalized, the operator's goal will be to strive for nationwide DAB and connection with internet services.

Categories: Internet
Companies: Radiokomunikace
Countries: Czech Republic
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