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DIGITAL RADIO-- The Eureka 147 DAB System

  title={DIGITAL RADIO-- The Eureka 147 DAB System},
  author={Andrew John Bower},
Flexibility and choice -The DAB signal is essentially a highly flexible over-air 'data-pipe' that can broadcast a wide range of service types, from purely audio-based to multimedia. Typically, each multiplex can broadcast five or more high-quality audio services plus a number of extra services. The multiplex can be dynamically reconfigured to introduce additional services, temporary or permanent, either with time-of-day or on a day-to-day basis. 

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