The radio audience in the UK is distributed equally between national and local radio, as well as between commercial radio and the BBC. This underlines the need to plan DAB networks and frequency use to suit a diversity of applications. This paper touches on the implications of DAB multiplexing, but concentrates principally on how frequencies will be deployed to support a range of service types and coverages. The implications for transmission networks are described, and some aspects of implementation strategy are considered.
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