Radio sans frontières

Fox, Barry
July 1991
New Scientist;7/20/91, Vol. 131 Issue 1778, p29
Explains how the advent of digital audio broadcasting (DAB) will enable people driving across Europe to tune into their favorite radio programs in high fidelity wherever they are. British Broadcasting Corp.'s demonstration of a working prototype of DAB technology at the 1991 Radio Festival of the Radio Academy; Details of how DAB technology works; Potential growth areas for DAB technology.


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