A DAB hand at clarity

Lee, Andrew
October 2002
Engineer (00137758);10/11/2002, Vol. 291 Issue 7613, p34
Reports the development of the Digital Audio Broadcasting technical (DAB) standard in Great Britain. Delivery of DAB-based consumer electronics products; Problem arises from the use by the U.S. of a different standard to DAB; Hindrance to DAB. INSET: A STEP UP FROM ANALOGUE.


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