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What is a DAB multiplex?

What is a DAB multiplex?

Analogue radio services, for example Radio 1 or Radio 4, are broadcast from a transmitter using separate radio frequencies. Digital radio (DAB) allows us to be more efficient and to group a number of radio services together into what is known as a multiplex.

Is DAB nationwide?

There are 53 stations broadcasting on national DAB/DAB+. Some are your old favourites broadcasting in great digital quality. Others are new stations which are only available digitally.

Is DAB Regional?

The radio technology known as Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB and DAB+), and its TV sibling, Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB), is being operated in several regions worldwide, either in the form of full services, or as feasibility studies.

What frequencies does DAB use?

Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB)

Frequencies 174 MHz,239 MHz
Frequency Range 174 MHz – 239 MHz
Mode AM
Modulation OFDM
ACF

What MHz is radio4?

Networks

Radio 1 97-99 FM
Radio 2 88-91 FM
Radio 3 90-93 FM
Radio 4 92-95 FM, 103-105 FM (with local variations for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) For Long Wave and Medium Wave frequencies, see below.
Radio 5 Live 909/693 MW

What is DAB 12B?

BBC National DAB includes radio services such as BBC Radios 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 Live, and digital-only services like BBC Radio 6 Music, BBC Radio 4 Extra, BBC Radio 1Xtra can be found on block 12B. BBC Local DAB. BBC Local and Nations radio services on DAB digital radio are transmitted by commercial broadcasting operators …

Who owns DAB radio?

the BBC
The BBC’s national DAB ensemble broadcasts on frequency block 12B (225.648 MHz) across the United Kingdom, with coverage currently at 96.4% of UK households. The multiplex is owned and operated by the BBC and is transmitted from a number of transmitter sites across the country.

Is BBC a DAB+?

The BBC’s national DAB ensemble broadcasts on frequency block 12B (225.648 MHz) across the United Kingdom, with coverage currently at 96.4% of UK households. The multiplex is owned and operated by the BBC and is transmitted from a number of transmitter sites across the country.

Does DAB work in Europe?

Yes. In the UK, DAB services are broadcast on a band of spectrum called Band III. Many European countries also use Band III, although some use a different band of spectrum called L Band.