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January 22nd, 2018

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The latest release of Geniatech's eyeTV 3 software reduces the minimum system requirement necessary for H.265 (HEVC) on the new eyeTV T2 and eyeTV Hybrid USB sticks. eyeTV 3.6.9 HEVC (Version 7512) now requires Intel Core i5 running at at least 2.5 Ghz and a minimum of 4GB available RAM, compared with 3.5 GHz and 8Gb RAM in the previous build (7511). Both sticks are now available on both the UK and German versions of Amazon and both sticks would already receive the UK version of DVB-T2 under the previous release. HD in the UK uses the video codec H.264. In Germany, H.265 (HEVC) will be used, for which the stick has been, in the words of the manufacturer, "prepared". Wohnort notes that this latest release brings HEVC reception within the capability of the roving Wohnort MacBook Pro and stick.

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Own-brand DAB+ radios
In the UK, the last remaining bastion of died-in-the-wool, "original-flavour"-only DAB receivers is the range of own-brand radios sold by the major supermarket chains. Which brand will be last to switch? With the new UK digital radio tick mark now specifying DAB+ capability (among other welcome things) to qualify, it can't be long now. With DAB+ services already on air across the UK, and more certain to follow, Wohnort recommends that the own-brand ranges be avoided until they include DAB+.
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To be capable of working anywhere in Europe, a "pan-European" radio needs to be able to receive DAB, DAB+ and DMB-A in Band III and L-band.



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5.1
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Latest Updates and News

January 22nd
In Germany, the media regulator in Baden-Württemberg had advertised 54 CU capacity on the Block 11B ensemble DRS BW. Closing date for applications is February 28th 2018.

January 22nd
The Greek regulator has published an Invitation to Tender for regional and national layers of DAB+ coverage. Closing date is April 17th 2018.

January 22nd
On the Swiss minimux DIG I02, the services Onyx and SPOON RADIO have ceased.

January 22nd
In Switzerland, the bitrates of the service Skuizz are known to have dropped from 80 kbit/s to 48 on DIG F03 - GENEVE, DIG D04 - BS and DIG I02. Other Digris minimuxes are likely to have followed suit.

January 21st
Snapshot of the German ensemble NDR MV updated.

January 21st
Snapshot added of the Block 5B Polish ensemble in Gdańsk, Polskie Radio.

January 21st
Snapshot added of the Block 11B Polish ensemble in Olsztyn, Polskie Radio.

January 21st
In Belgium, the ensembles DAB DG Belgien, RNI+ Bruxelles and RNI+ Bruxelles are reported to have ceased.

January 18th
In Norway, the Block 8C ensemble MiniTV1 has ceased. There are no longer any DMB transmissions in this country. The Block 11C ensemble MiniTV2 ceased in 2013.

January 17th
Trial Glasgow snapshot updated.

January 17th
Central Scotland snapshot updated. Addition of Scot Sun 80s, Scot Sun Gr8s and Scot Sun Hits.

January 17th
On EuroDAB Italia, the service RTL Groove has ceased.


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Update History

January 16th
Trial Cambridge snapshot updated. Cambridge 105 relabelled Camb 105 Radio since the previous snapshot.

January 16th
Trial Norwich snapshot updated. Of the seventeen services on this ensemble, only three are still using "original-flavour" DAB.

January 16th
Suffolk snapshot updated, showing Chris Country in DAB+.

January 16th
Northamptonshire and Peterborough snapshots updated. Removal of Connect FM.

January 16th
North Yorkshire snapshot updated. Cessation of festive service MincePie NonStop. MY MUSIC RADIO back in Joint Stereo at 112 kbit/s.

January 16th
Bradfrd&Huddersf snapshot updated. Total Access and Pulse 80s replace Radio Yorkshire and Pulse Xmas.

January 14th
In Italy, a new ensemble has popped up on Block 10D in Turin/Torino. CRDAB Piemonte has ten DAB+ audio services on board. Snapshot added.

January 9th
The Beat has popped up on Trial Birmingham, broadcasting in DAB+.

January 9th
On EuroDAB Italia, the services that had dropped to 56 kbit/s recently appear to have returned to the prior configuration - 72 kbit/s.

January 8th
In Norway, a new EPG has popped up on the national ensemble Riks. Snapshot updated.

January 8th
EuroDAB Italia snapshot updated. All but four of the services on this ensemble are now running at the lower bitrate of 56 kbit/s.

January 7th
On the local ensembles Northamptonshire and Peterborough, the service Connect FM has ceased. The service is still broadcasting on Herts Beds Bucks.

January 6th
On the German ensemble Muenchen, pure fm Bayern has reappeared following an absence of several days.

January 5th
In Greece, the public-service broadcaster ERT has begun DAB+ transmissions on Block 12C. Seven services are being broadcast from Hymettus, about 15km east of Athens.

January 5th
Trial Brighton and Trial Portsmouth snapshots updated following recent changes.

January 4th
The UK government has launched a consultation on its proposals for a licensing regime for small scale DAB radio multiplexes. The government says it will endeavour to have the new arrangements in place by the end of 2018. Ten trial minimuxes have been operating in the UK since 2015. The government says it will ask Ofcom to extend the trial licences until the new arrangements come into effect. There has been concern that the minimuxes offer a route to existing broadcasters to reduce their transmission costs by migrating from the existing local ensembles. Such broadcasters would always be able to outbid community services yet still achieve savings. Among other things, the consultation asks whether some minimux capacity should be reserved for community broadcasters as a means of securing their carriage. The government is minded to allow the BBC to use capacity on minimuxes, but only where this would result in additional coverage for its network or local services. Cumbria, for example, is an area where a conventional local licence is considered uneconomic, but the minimux model might be able to provide BBC Radio Cumbria with a route onto DAB. The consultation document reveals that Ofcom will consult separately on a detailed spectrum plan for minimuxes and will simultaneously address a shortage of capacity on existing local ensembles in areas such as Manchester and South Yorkshire, potentially with new local ensembles. The closing date for submissions is February 28th.

January 4th
The French regulator has published a roadmap for the DAB+ roll-out over the next three years. The next advertisements should take place in 2018.

January 4th
The online coverage map of Italian multiplex operator EuroDAB Italia has been updated. For comparison, an online coverage map of multiplex operator DAB Italia is also available.

January 4th
On the Swiss minimux for Chur/Sargans, DIG D04 - CS, the services OPENBROADCAST and SPOON RADIO are reported to have dropped from 80 kbit/s to 72.

January 4th
On the Swiss minimux in Zürich, DIG D04 - ZH, the service RUNDFUNK has dropped from 80 kbit/s to 24. The service SPOON RADIO has dropped from 80 kbit/s to 72.

January 3rd
On Trial Brighton, the service Smile Sussex has ceased.

January 2nd
On the German Block 11C ensemble Muenchen, the service pure fm Bayern has ceased.

January 2nd
On the local ensemble NE Wales W Chesh, the service SANDgrounder has switched to DAB+, running at 32 kbit/s. Snapshot updated.

January 2nd
On the local ensemble Surrey-NSussex, the service RadioMarsdenXmas has ceased.

January 1st
On Trial Portsmouth, the services JACK 2 Hampshire and JACK 3 Hampshire have ceased. Sam FM has been relabelled Retune to SamFM. JACK Hampshire has been relabelled Sam FM. Both point to the same audio stream. The services 60s, sleepyhead and Weather24/7Radio are now running at 64 kbit/s each.

January 1st
On the local ensemble Surrey-NSussex, the services JACK Surrey and JACK 2 Surrey have ceased.

January 1st
On the German ensemble Berlin/BRBG 7B, the services niceradio.de and pure fm Berlin have ceased. Snapshot updated.

January 1st 2018
In Switzerland, a new service has popped up on the regional ensemble SMC D03 N-CH. Central2 is broadcasting in DAB+ at 64 kbit/s.

December 31st
In the Netherlands, the Block 7B local DAB trial in Den Haag Feel Good Radio has ceased. The ensemble began from a single site, Rijswijk, in July and a second site at Zoetermeer was added this month. The broadcaster has published a brief evaluation of the trial on its website. All the local DAB trial licences expire at midnight tonight.

December 31st
On D1 National, the festive service Magic Xmas has ceased. Snapshot updated.

December 30th
In Switzerland, James FM is reported to have popped up on the minimux DIG D04 - AARAU.

December 30th
In Australia, the new ABC and SBS ensemble for Darwin is on air on Block 9C from a 20kW transmitter at Shoal Bay.

December 29th
In the Netherlands, a new 3.2kW transmitter at Zwolle is reported to have been brought into service as part of the upgrade of the Block 11C national DAB+ network.

December 29th
The French website MatBlog has published a very useful map showing the roll-out of DAB+ scheduled for 2018.

December 29th
In Ukraine, the National Council of Ukraine on Television and Radio Broadcasting has approved the advertisement of frequencies for DAB+ in Kiev. Two transmitters are envisaged, at "Київ" and "Лиса Гора", which are expected to enter service in the second half of 2018.

December 29th
NE Wales W Chesh snapshot updated. Removal of Christmas FM. SANTAgrounder reverted to SANDgrounder.

December 29th
Christmas is over. Heart have taken down the tinsel. On D1 National, Heart extra Xmas is back to being just Heart extra. Magic Xmas continues for the time being.

December 29th
In the Netherlands, the service Radio Baccara is reported to have popped up on the local DAB trials in Waddinxveen (ProFMDAB+ Mux), Ravenstein (BISSELS ELEKTRA ) and Duivendrecht (DAB Ouder-Amstel).

December 29th
Two new services have popped up on the local ensemble Bradfrd&Huddersf. Pulse 80s and Total Access are both running in "original-flavour" DAB at 128 kbit/s. The festive service Pulse Xmas has ceased.

December 29th
New services are reported to have popped up on the regional ensemble Central Scotland. Scot Sun 80s, Scot Sun Gr8s and Scot Sun Hits are reported to be running in "original-flavour" DAB at 128 kbit/s. The festive service Scot Sun Xmas has ceased.

December 29th
Two new services have popped up on Trial Norwich. Cyber Hot Hits and Cyber Rock are reported to be broadcasting in DAB+ at 40 and 48 kbit/s respectively.

December 29th
Two new services have popped up on the local ensemble Swansea SW Wales. Wave 80s and Total Access are both running in "original-flavour" DAB at 128 kbit/s. The festive service Wave Xmas has ceased.

December 29th
Two new services have popped up on the local ensemble Stoke & Stafford. Signal 80s and Total Access are both running in "original-flavour" DAB at 128 kbit/s. The festive service Signal Xmas has ceased. Snapshot updated.

December 25th
On the Swiss minimux for Winterthur and Schaffhausen, DIG D04 - WS, the bitrates of Kanal K, OPENBROADCAST and Spoon Radio are reported to have dropped from 80 to 72 kbit/s.

December 24th
In the Netherlands, more changes have been made as part of the upgrade of the Block 11C network. New transmitters have been brought into service at Jirnsum and Eindhoven. The existing transmitter at Hilversum has been boosted from 4 to 7.9kW and the power of the Arnhem transmitter has been increased from 0.6 to 5kW

December 22nd
Trial Portsmouth snapshot updated. The service 100% Dragon Hits is running at the higher bitrate of 48 kbit/s.

December 22nd
Radio Mi Amigo and AMW have popped up on the Netherlands local DAB trial in Leiden, IMPACTAM DAB MUX. The existing services Groeistad Radio, HitRadioCentraal and UnityFM are reported to have ceased.

December 21st
Central Scotland snapshot updated. Rocksport Radio is now broadcasting in Joint Stereo at 128 kbit/s.

December 20th
In Belgium, the Minister for the Media in the Flemish government has announced that additional capacity for DAB+ will be provided in 2018. At present, the only capacity for private broadcasters is operated by Norkring. The Minister would like to see competition in the market and enable more of the region's broadcasters to use DAB+.

December 20th
In the Netherlands, a substantial upgrade to the Block 11C network is taking place which should improve coverage by the end of December. As part of this, a new 5Kw transmitter has been brought into service at Roermond to replace a 2 kW transmitter deactivated at Ittervoort.

December 20th
In Switzerland, the regulators have authorised an additional layer of DAB+ coverage in each of the three linguistic regions - German, Italian and French. In the German and Italian regions, the new layers have been awarded to multiplex operator SwissMediaCast (SMC). Of the respondants to a Call for Interest in 2016, SMC was the only applicant to meet the criteria. In the French-speaking region there was more than one potential qualified applicant and the regulator will proceed to advertise this layer in 2018. The new fifth layer in the German-speaking region, designated D05, is intended to ensure sufficient capacity exists across the five layers for DAB+ to replace FM as the primary transmission mode from 2020. Many broadcasters in the German-language region have expressed an interest in extending their coverage into the Italian-speaking region, especially along the main transport axis from Gottard to Chiasso. The new layer here, designated I03, is intended to realise this ambition. A timetable for D05 roll-out specifies that the new ensemble should be available in the Bern region by the end of 2018, and in Zürich, Basel, Aargau, Luzern, Schaffhausen and St. Gallen by mid-2019. Coverage should reach Chur by the end of 2019. Coverage of the German-speaking region as a whole is intended to reach 95% by population by the end of 2020. The new layer I03 should provide continuous coverage between Airolo and Chiasso and between San Bernardino and Bellinzona by the end of 2019.

December 20th
A new service has popped up on London 2. Baikal Radio is broadcasting in "original-flavour" DAB at 80 kbit/s.

December 19th
Forces Radio BFBS has announced that it will return to a national ensemble on January 24th, when it will begin broadcasting in DAB+ on SDL National.

December 19th
In Germany, the public-service broadcaster for Schleswig-Holstein, Hamburg, Niedersachsen and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, the NDR, has announced its DAB+ build-out programme for next year.
Early 2018
Region Heide
Region Lingen
Summer 2018
Region central Vorpommern (Züssow, Wolgast, Anklam, Jarmen, Greifswald)
Region Hildesheim (Hildesheim-Süd, Holle, Bockenem, Seesen, Gronau, Bad Salzdetfurth, Diekholzen)
Region central Südholstein (Norderstedt, Henstedt-Ulzburg, Kaltenkirchen, Quickborn, Bad Bramstedt)
Late 2018
Region Schleswig
Region Stralsund
Region Lüneburg

December 18th
In Germany, the regulator for Bayern, the BLM, has announced that the existing Block 12D network for Nieder­bayern und Oberpfalz will be split into two on July 3rd 2018. The transmitters in Niederbayern will move to Block 7D. Those in Overpfalz will continue to operate on Block 12D. Two distinct ensembles will then be broadcast. The commercial services Radio Trausnitz, Radio AWN, unser Radio Passau/Deggendorf, Radio Galaxy Landshut and Radio Galaxy Passau/Deggendorf are expected to be broadcast on Block 7D. Radio Charivari Regensburg, gong fm, Radio Ramasuri und Radio Galaxy Amberg/Weiden will be able to use Block 12D.

December 17th
Cyber Hot Hits has popped up on Trial Brighton.

December 17th
In Switzerland, a transmitter at Dulliken is currently under test on Block 5D, broadcasting the existing minimux DIG D04 - AARAU.

December 17th
In Denmark, the regional ensemble for Øst- og Nordsjælland (including Koebenhavn), MUX3-OSTSJ, is reported to have migrated from Block 6C to 9B.

December 17th
Trial Manchester snapshot updated. The recently-seen service VITA Radio was absent when the snapshot was taken. Likwid London had no audio stream.

December 16th
A new service has popped up on the regional ensemble Central Scotland. Rocksport Radio is broadcasting in "original-flavour" DAB at 64 kbit/s.

December 16th
A new service has popped up on the local DAB trial in Leiden, IMPACTAM DAB MUX. RadioSputnik is broadcasting in DAB+ at 96 kbit/s and is apparently an Underground, House and Techno service - not the Russian broadcaster well-known in other countries.

December 15th
Norway has become the first country to shut down its FM networks, completing a process that began in January. Unlike previous regions, the last regions, Finnmark and Troms, plus Svalbard, closed both the NRK and commercial frequencies simultaneously. Now, only the services of small local broadcasters outside the main centres are permitted to use FM until 2022.

December 15th
In Austria, the regulator has awarded the country's first-ever regular DAB/DAB+ licence to RTG Radio Technikum GmbH to cover the Greater Vienna area. The 10-year licence comes into effect April 3rd 2018. Advertised at the same time was a national ensemble, for which the regulator is co-ordinating frequencies with neighbouring administrations and is working to make an award in the first quarter of 2018.

December 14th
In Australia, two new services have popped up on the Block 10B ensemble in Canberra, DAB+ CBR Trial. Elf Radio and Coles Radio have been added to the digital radio offering in advance of commercial stations in the capital migrating to a new permanent home on Block 8D. The services of public-service broadcasters ABC and SBS are now broadcast on Block 9C and the industry body Digital Radio Plus has announced that the existing transmissions on Block 10B will cease on January 8th. Listeners must perform a rescan on that date to continue receiving them.

December 14th
In Germany, the public-service broadcaster Bayerische Rundfunk has brought a transmitter into service on Block 11D. Wallberg, Tegernsee improves coverage of the Land-wide ensemble Bayern in the Tegernseer Tal. Meanwhile, new Block 8C transmitter at Hesselberg improves coverage of the regional ensemble Mittelfranken.

December 14th
In Germany, the operator of the first national ensemble, DR Deutschland, Media Broadcast, has brought a new transmitter into service on Block 5C. Passau improves coverage in the city centre and surrounding area.

December 14th
On the local ensemble Bristol, SoulTrain Radio is reported to be running at the higher bitrate of 96 kbit/s in mono.

December 12th
A new service has popped up on the Netherlands local DAB trial Almere DAB. Easy Traxx is reported to be broadcasting Christmas music.

December 12th
In the Netherlands, the local DAB trial Feel Good Radio is reported to be operating as an SFN from a second site at Zoetermeer.

December 12th
On the Spanish ensemble MF1, the service IntereconomiaDAB is reported to have ceased.

December 12th
In Germany, the public-service broadcaster NDR has brought a new transmitter into service on Block 11B. Güstrow, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, extends coverage of the ensemble NDR MV.

December 11th
In Italy, 19 FM tramsmitters have been taken out of service at six locations in Südtirol (Alto Adige):-

FM transmitters taken out of service
AntholzÖ1, ORF Tirol, Ö3
KarthausÖ1, ORF Tirol, Ö3
Rauth (Obereggen)Ö1, ORF Tirol, Ö3
St. GertraudÖ1, ORF Tirol, Ö3
Wengen (Pederoa)Ö1, ORF Tirol, Ö3, Radio Rumantsch
Wiesen/PfitschÖ1, ORF Tirol, Ö3

During 2018, 22 FM transmitters at seven sites are planned to be decommissioned:-

FM transmitters to be taken out of service in 2018
Aberstückl SarntalÖ1, ORF Tirol, Ö3
Graun ReschenÖ1, ORF Tirol, Ö3, Radio Rumantsch
Kurzras SchnalsÖ1, ORF Tirol, Ö3
PragsÖ1, ORF Tirol, Ö3
RatschingsÖ1, ORF Tirol, Ö3
Ritten AfingÖ1, ORF Tirol, Ö3
WelschnofenÖ1, ORF Tirol, Ö3

The transmission provider and multiplex operator RAS has brought further DAB transmitters into service. Coverage by population of the autonomous province currently stands at 99.5%.

DAB transmitters brought into service
SiteAnnouncementCoverage
Wengen06.12.2017Wengen/La Val
Melag01.12.2017Langtauferertal
Gsies25.11.2017Gsiesertal/La Val
Rabenstein25.11.2017Rabenstein und auf der Timmelsjochstraße
Rauth14.11.2017Eggen, Rauth, Birchabruck

December 10th
In Switzerland, minimuxes have been relabelled as follows:-
DIG D 04 - BASEL is now DIG D04 - BS
DIG D 04 - WTHUR is now DIG D 04 - WS
DIG D 04 - ZURICH is now DIG D 04 - ZH

December 9th
In Australia, public-service broadcaster ABC has brought an ensemble into service on Block 9C in Canberra. The ABC had previously participated in a trial ensemble that operated in the ACT on Block 10B.

December 9th
In Germany, the regulator for Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein has awarded capacity on the Hamburg ensemble to Peli One Medien GmbH for a service called "PELI ONE – Urban Black Music Radio".

December 8th
North Yorkshire snapshot updated. Addition of MincePie NonStop and Upload Radio.

December 8th
Bradfrd&Huddersf snapshot updated. Addition of Pulse Xmas.

December 8th
In Belgium, a new ensemble is reported to have popped up on Block 8A in the area of Eupen. DAB DG Belgien (in which DG signifies Deutschsprachige Gemeinschaft - the German-speaking community) carries the three services of Belgian German-language public-service broadcaster BRF plus two commercial stations.

December 7th
A new service has popped up on Trial Manchester. VITA Radio is currently without an audio stream in a subchannel running at 48 kbit/s. The service Vinejuice Radio has ceased.

December 6th
SoulTrain Radio has popped up on the Block 11B local ensemble Bristol, broadcasting in "original-flavour" DAB at 64 kbit/s.

December 6th
In Germany, three new services have popped up on the Baden-Württemberg ensemble, DRS BW. antenne 1, REGENBOGEN 2 and ROCK ANTENNE are reported to be broadcasting in DAB+ at 72 kbit/s each.

December 6th
In Germany, the public-service broadcaster for Baden-Württemberg, SWR, has brought a new transmitter into service on Block 8A. Grünten - actually in Bayern - broadcasts the ensemble SWR BW S, extending and improving coverage in the württembergischen Allgäu and parts of the region Bodensee-Oberschwaben. A new transmitter at Brandenkopf is scheduled for 2018 and further transmitters are being planned.

December 6th
A new service has popped up on the Swiss minimux DIG I02. OneDanceFM is broadcasting in DAB+ at 80 kbit/s. The existing service MAXXIMA has dropped to 48 kbit/s.

December 5th
In Latvia, the test ensemble ceased yesterday following the decision by the National Electronic Media Council (NEPLP) not to continue DAB+ tests nor to support a roll-out of DAB+ in the next five years.

December 5th
On the local ensemble South East Wales, the service Bridge FM has been relabelled Bridge FM Radio.

December 4th
A new service has popped up on the local ensemble Surrey-NSussex. RadioMarsdenXmas is broadcasting in original-flavour DAB at 64 kbit/s in mono with half-rate sampling.

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