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June 17th, 2019

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The Swiss terrestrial DVB-T television network closed on June 3rd 2019. Viewers of the SRG/SSR services must switch to satellite (DVB-S), cable (DVB-C) or internet streaming (IP-TV). The public-service broadcaster estimates that finally only 2% of Swiss households received their programmes using DVB-T.

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Update: Another seller, "Mlec tech", has been found selling this* cheap portable FM radio on Amazon UK and describing it as "DAB". In the detailed spec, DAB isn't mentioned. Wohnort has contacted this seller and will post any responses received here. Both this seller and the one mentioned below appear to be based in China.

As Christmas approaches, it's unfortunately still best to be alert when buying DAB/DAB+ radios. Wohnort has noticed a number of "new" models that fail to mention DAB+ in their descriptions. Remember Wohnort's Rule: If it doesn't say DAB+ on the box, it probably doesn't receive DAB+. More worryingly, a portable FM radio L-938, described as "Mini Pocket Digital FM Radio DAB"* is being offered by "Househome" on Amazon UK for GBP 8.79, but with no mention of DAB in the specification. Wohnort has contacted the seller for clarification and will post their answer here. Caveat emptor!

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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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Latest Updates and News

June 17th
In Switzerland, Digris has brought a new transmitter into service on Block 10C. Monte Sighignola covers the Lago di Lugano, improving reception of DIG I02 in Lugano itself and extending coverage as far as Mendrisio.

June 17th
In Germany, the media regulator in Bayern has awarded capacity on the forthcoming local ensemble in the Voralpenland for two additional services - "Alpin FM" and "Radio BUH". The new ensemble is expected to begin broadcasting in July 2019 from two sites initially - Wendelstein and Herzogstand/Fahrenbergkopf.

June 17th
In Germany, the media regulator in Bayern has awarded capacity on the local ensemble Nuernberg for two additional services - "N90…4 beat" and "Pirate Radio".

June 17th
In Switzerland, a new transmitter has been brought into service on Block 12C. Zwischenflüh improves coverage of SRG SSR D01 in the Diemtigtal, including Zwischenflüh and Grimmialp.

June 17th
A new service has popped up on D1 National. Test is broadcasting in DAB+ at 40 kbit/s. Snapshot updated.

June 17th
Snapshot of the Danish ensemble DAB2 OE updated. The common subchannel used by the services DR P5 and DR Test has dropped to 80 kbit/s since the previous snapshot.

June 16th
Snapshot of the German ensemble for Hamburg NDR HH updated.

June 16th
Snapshot of the Danish ensemble DAB2 S updated. DR P5 has dropped to 80 kbit/s since the previous observation.

June 16th
Snapshot of the Netherlands regional ensemble 9D Noord-West NL updated. Multiple changes since the previous observation.

June 16th
Snapshot of the German ensemble Berlin/BRBG K12D updated. Addition of ERF Pop since previous observation. Radio Paradiso has switched to the greater protection level EEP 2-A.

June 16th
Hope FM has popped up on the local ensemble NE Wales W Chesh, broadcasting in DAB+ at 48 kbit/s. Snapshots updated.

June 15th
Snapshot updated of the German ensemble for Hessen, hr Radio.
Most services on the ensemble have switched to the higher bitrate of 136 kbit/s since the previous observation.

June 15th
A new service has popped up on the local ensemble Hereford-Worcs.
Hope FM is broadcasting in "original-flavour" DAB at 112 kbit/s, Joint Stereo.


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Update History

June 14th
In Germany, the public-service NDR has brought into service new transmitters in Niedersachsen and Schleswig-Holstein. Schiffdorf extends coverage the Block 12A instance of NDR NS to Nordenham, Langen, Loxstedt and Bokel, but is also of particular benefit to Bremerhaven. Morsum, on the island of Sylt, extends coverage of the Block 12B instance of NDR SH to this and the neighbouring islands of Amrum and Föhr, as well as the adjacent mainland coastline around Dagebüll.

June 14th
A DAB+ pilot is due to take place in Iran. A press announcement from Factum Radioscape relating to the supply of monitoring equipment for the pilot, reveals that Fara Afrand, a transmitter manufacturer and systems integrator for the project are to use a 4kW transmitter in Tehran.

June 14th
Snapshot updated of the Croatian ensemble OIV DEMO. Multiple changes since previous snapshot.

June 12th
Snapshot added of the new Austrian national ensemble DAB+ Austria.

June 12th
Listing added for the new Block 7B ensemble in Marbella, 7B DAB+C.del Sol.

June 11th
A second new local ensemble is reported to have popped up in Spain. A Málaga station, RRN, has announced that it is now available in DAB+ on Block 7B in Marbella and along the Costa del Sol. Coincidentally or otherwise, the new ensemble in Gran Canaria also uses Block 7B.

June 11th
Two new services have popped up on the Belgian ensemble DAB+ VLAANDEREN2.
Joe 90's and Joe Easy are each broadcasting in DAB+ at 96 kbit/s.
[Wohnort: Those who remember the Gerry Anderson series could be forgiven for hoping that Joe 90's transmissions are "within spec". Sorry!]

June 11th
Snapshot added of the Danish regional ensemble in Esbjerg, Vestjyland.

June 11th
The UK regulator has advertised local licences to cover, respectively, South-west Scotland, Cumbria and the City of Lancaster. Ofcom has made three frequencies available, including international co-ordination for 11B at Lancaster, so that applicants may choose from a number of different possible scenarios, from covering the whole of Cumbria on a single frequency to covering north and west Cumbria with one frequency and Morecambe Bay with another. An applicant may apply for one or more licences. The number of licences awarded will depend on the coverage proposals of the winning applicant(s). BBC Radio Scotland has been reserved capacity on the mux that will serve south-west Scotland. BBC Radio Cumbria is reserved capacity on the mux(es) that cover(s) Cumbria. Closing date for applications is September 11th 2019.

June 10th
Snapshot updated of the Belgian ensemble DAB+ VLAANDEREN2. Multiple changes since previous observation.

June 10th
A new service has popped up on D1 National. Gold UK is broadcasting in DAB+ at 40 kbit/s. The service made a brief appearance on Friday and has now reappeared. There are now three DAB+ services on this ensemble, with room still for a fourth. Snapshot updated.

June 9th
Cornwall snapshot updated. Multiple changes since previous observation.

June 7th
In Australia, a new service has popped up on the Block 9A ensemble DAB+ HOBART. 7HO Classic Hits is broadcasting in DAB+ at 32 kbit/s. The existing service 7HO has been relabelled 7HO FM and has dropped to 40 kbit/s. Kix Country has dropped to 32 kbit/s. Snapshot updated.

June 6th
On Trial Glasgow, the service Visitor Radio has ceased. Snapshot updated.

June 6th
In France, the regulator has launched a consultation prior to advertising 29 regional and local ensembles in 15 areas: Amiens, Angers, Brest, Caen, Clermont-Ferrand, Le Mans, Limoges, Metz, Montpellier, Nancy, Nîmes, Perpignan, Reims, Troyes and Rennes. The closing date for responses is June 19th 2019.

June 6th
On the Austrian ensemble CityMUX Wien II, the service EWF has reappeared after an absence of several weeks.

June 6th
On D1 National, Heart extra and Smooth Extra have switched from mono "original-flavour" DAB to stereo DAB+, becoming the first DAB+ services on the ensemble. Now, both of the UK's national commercial ensembles contain both DAB and DAB+ services. Snapshot updated.

June 6th
The operator of Trial Glasgow, Nation Broadcasting, has brought a second transmitter into operation on Block 10B. The new site at Cowcaddens improves coverage to the north and west of the city as well as in the city centre itself.

June 5th
Snapshot updated of the French ensemble RNT NICE 6. Cessation of RAJE Nice since the previous observation.

June 5th
Snapshot updated of the French ensemble RNT Nice 1. The DAB+ service Kiss FM has been relabelled KISS FM CANNES and has switched to the higher bitrate of 96 kbit/s.

June 5th
Snapshot updated of the Monaco ensemble MCR2. Two additional services since the previous observation - KISS FM NICE and RADIO YACHT. All services on the ensemble are now running at 96 kbit/s.

June 4th
Swindon snapshot updated.

June 4th
In Italy, a new ensemble is reported to have popped up in Napoli on Block 10A.
CREADAB is reported to have fifteen audio services on board.

June 4th
A new service has popped up on the Belgian ensemble DAB+ VLAANDEREN2.
Q-Summer is broadcasting in DAB+ at 96 kbit/s.

June 4th
The closure of Switzerland's terrestrial television networks has given rise to the rather curious situation that if you happen to live in the Südtirol (Alto Adige) region of Italy, you can continue to receive Swiss television from terrestrial transmissions exactly as before - something that is no longer possible in Switzerland itself. The public-service rebroadcaster RAS transmits, in both SD and HD versions, the german-language services SRF-1 and SRF-Zwei and the italian-language service RSI La1. The RAS has recently begun transmitting DVB-T2 (with HEVC encoding) from seven sites as a pilot prior to Italy rolling out DVB-T2 from 2022 onwards. The pilot multiplex broadcasts RSI La1 in HD, along with HD versions of ARTE and ORF III plus an HD version of ORF 1 or ORF 2 broadcasting in alternation.

June 3rd
Terrestrial television broadcasting in Switzerland has ended. Regular analogue broadcasts began in 1953, following years of intermittent test transmissions since 1939. Analogue broadcasts ended in 2008, having been superceded by DVB-T, which has ended today. The public-service broadcaster estimates that finally only 2% of Swiss households received their programmes using DVB-T. Viewers of the SRG/SSR services must switch to satellite (DVB-S), cable (DVB-C) or internet streaming (IP-TV). In some parts of Switzerland, overspill reception from neighbouring countries continues to be possible. For example, Wohnort has received stable HD signals in Geneva from French broadcasters.

June 2nd
On * DAB Italia *, the service * RDS * Relax has been relabelled * RDS Relax *.

June 1st
Surrey-NSussex snapshot updated. Cyber Gold relabelled ATLANTIS. Cessation of Cyber Rock.

June 1st
A new service has popped up on the local ensemble Suffolk. ATLANTIS is broadcasting in DAB+ at 32 kbit/s. The newcomer's SId matches Cyber Gold on Trial Norwich

June 1st
In Germany, the media regulator for Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein has advertised capacity on two ensembles - one future and one existing. The regulator, believing that is necessary to conduct a scientific study into the public acceptance of DAB+, has proposed a three-year pilot, involving an ensemble that has been advertised as a platform and will cover three distinct small areas - the cities of Kiel and Lübeck plus the island of Sylt and the immediately-adjacent mainland. In addition, the regulator has advertised, also for three years, 54 of the Capacity Units on the existing ensemble operated by public-service broadcaster NDR for use by an existing private-sector Land-wide radio service. According to the advertisement, the NDR MFN will rise from eight to ten transmitter sites by the time the pilot begins. Closing date for applications is June 28th, 14:00.

June 1st
The great DAB measles plague (or is it smallpox?) has spread to Switzerland. The first service known to be infected has popped up on the second-layer ensemble for the Italian-speaking region, DIG I02. * RTO * (Radio Trasmissioni Ossola - an Italian local radio station for Ghiffa on Lago Maggiore, carrying many Swiss advertisements and carried on Swiss cable) is broadcasting in DAB+ at 80 kbit/s.

May 31st
A new service has popped up on the Belgian ensemble DAB+ VLAANDEREN2. Q-Foute Radio is broadcasting in DAB+ at 96 kbit/s.

May 31st
A new service has popped up on the Norwegian local ensemble for Sør-Trøndelag uten Fosen, including Trondheim, Lokalradio 1. pTro is broadcasting in DAB+ at 96 kbit/s. The existing service Nea Radio Test has been relabelled Test NR and is now running at 128 kbit/s. Snapshot updated.

May 30th
In Italy, the multiplex operator DAB Italia has brought the following transmitters into service on Block 12C during May, extending coverage of * DAB Italia * as follows:-
Poggio Nibbio (Viterbo) and the area between Tuscany and Lazio
Monte Creò (Iseo Lake, Valcamonica)
Teggiano (Sala Consilina), extending coverage on the A2 highway
Campo dei Fiori (Varese)

May 29th
In France, the regulator has published a very long list containing both sets (in the same list) of applications deemed admissable for capacity on ensembles in Paris and Marseille.

May 29th
In France, the regulator has approved an increase in power for the Block 7C local ensemble STRASBOURG+, subject to successful international co-ordination, from 2.5kW to 5kW.

May 29th
In Norway, a new local ensemble is reported to have popped up on Block 11D. Fosen lokal DAB is reported to have just one service on board currently, P5 Fosen, running in DAB+ at 80 kbit/s.

May 29th
On the Austrian ensemble CityMUX Wien II, the service Radio Maria has ceased following the appearance of R.Maria on the new national ensemble.

May 29th
BBC WorldService is now available across much of Italy following its appearance on the national ensemble #EuroDab Italia, broadcasting in DAB+ at 56 kbit/s and replacing #RTL groove. The DLS identifies the new service as a "Transmission TEST". Multiple changes to other services' bitrates. Snapshot updated.

May 28th
A ninth service has popped up on the new national ensemble DAB+ Austria. R.Maria is broadcasting in DAB+ at 72 kbit/s.

May 28th
The new national ensemble DAB+ Austria has entered service with eight audio services on board. The public-service broadcaster ORF is absent. On the Vienna ensemble CityMUX Wien II, the services * 88.6 *, ENERGY, ERF Plus, Rock Antenne and Technikum ONE have ceased. These services are now to be found on the national ensemble.

May 27th
It's a disease to which infants are vulnerable, but DAB+ Austria appears to have caught measles BEFORE birth. The service 88.6 has been relabelled * 88.6 *. The ensemble launches tomorrow.

May 25th
In Denmark, two temporary services have popped up on the national ensemble DK DAB1. Radio Folkemødet will broadcast in connection with the annual political event on Bornholm. Radio IoT Week is to broadcast in connection with an "Internet of Things week" in Aarhus. Both services are operating in DAB+ at 64 kbit/s but are currently silent. Snapshot updated.

May 25th
Snapshot added of the new French local ensemble Valenciennes.

May 24th
In Germany, the Administrative Court in Leipzig has overturned the award of the second national ensemble to Antenne Deutschland. The court ruled that there were "profound procedural errors" in the selection process. The winning bid, Antenne Deutschland, resulted from a joint venture agreement between two companies, Absolut Digital and Media Broadcast, who had each applied in their own right. The joint venture had not existed, however, on the closing date of the advertisement, but came into being subsequently. The court ruled that the resulting joint venture should have been treated as a new applicant and ordered the regulator to bring the process to completion without those errors. The judgement is open to appeal, but the complainant is seeking a ruling to prevent transmissions from taking place until the legal process has run its course. For its part, and despite the judgement in Leipzig, Antenne Deutschland still hopes to begin transmissions in September, in spite of the legal and economic risks. The complaining applicant, Digital Audio Broadcasting Plattform GmbH called upon the regulators to award the licence in a way that is publicly accountable.

May 24th
Trial Brighton snapshot updated. Cessation of Cyber Radio and The BEAT. Addition of Classical 1.

May 24th
Snapshot of the local ensemble Bournemouth updated.

May 23rd
On the Belgian ensemble DAB+ VLAANDEREN1, the service ROXX appears to be running with a changed SId.

May 22nd
In France, a new local ensemble has popped up in Nord-Pas-de-Calais on Block 7A. Valenciennes has eight audio services on board.

May 21st
In Slovenia, a new transmitter has been brought into service on Block 10D. Beli Križ improves coverage of Slovenia DAB+ R1 in Izola, Piran, Portorož and Lucija. Four more sites are expected to be brought into service later this year.

May 21st
In Slovenia, the advertisement of vacant capacity for two services on the national ensemble Slovenia DAB+ R1 is massively oversubscribed, with eleven applications for services being received from eight broadcasters.

May 21st
In Germany, the transmission power of the Block 11D transmitter Nordhelle has been increased from 1,5kW to 10kW, improving coverage of Radio fuer NRW in Herscheid, Attendorn and Meinerzhagen. The public-service broadcaster WDR says this is the first of a number of measures this year and next that will improve coverage in Nordrhein-Westfalen.

May 20th
In Poland, capacity has been advertised on the first of four batches of local licences. The seven licences advertised today are for
  • Toruń - Block 6C
  • Rzeszów - Block 9B
  • Warsaw - Block 10B
  • Katowice - Block 12C
  • Częstochowa - Block 12D
  • Tarnów - Block 9C
  • Poznań - Block 5C
If demand outstrips capacity, a selection process will take place. The regulator will appoint an operator for each multiplex once capacity has been awarded. The selected broadcasters will be able to indicate their preferred operator. Applications must be submitted within 45 days of the publication in Monitor Polski.
A second batch will be advertised in Q4 2019.
A national multiplex is expected to be advertised after public consultations.

May 20th
A new service has popped up on Trial Glasgow. News Radio UK is broadcasting in DAB+ at 32 kbit/s. Snapshot updated.

May 20th
On Trial Portsmouth, the service Test A has been relabelled News Radio UK.

May 19th
On the Austrian ensemble CityMUX Wien II, the service EWF has ceased.

May 19th
In France, the regulator has fixed July 2nd 2019 as the date of the start of transmissions of the Block 5D ensemble Nantes étendu, the Blocks 7B and 12A local ensembles for Nantes, the Block 9A local ensemble for La Roche-sur-Yon and the Block 8D local ensemble for Saint-Nazaire.

May 19th
In France, transmissions of the new Block 7A local ensemble for Valenciennes in Nord-Pas-de-Calais are expected to begin on May 22nd.

May 19th
Snapshot of the Italian ensemble CR DAB Piemonte updated. Multiple changes since the previous snapshot, including additional services and bitrate changes to existing services.

May 19th
Two new services have popped up on Trial Portsmouth. Goldmine DAB and Test A are broadcasting in DAB+ at 24 and 32 kbit/s respectively. The existing "original-flavour" DAB services Sam FM and The Breeze have switched to DAB+, running at 40 kbit/s each. The service MetalMeyhemRadio has ceased. Multiple other changes to bitrates. Snapshot updated. There is one remaining "original-flavour" DAB service on this ensemble.

May 17th
In Germany, the regulator for Saarland advertised capacity on a future ensemble for private-sector broadcasters and advertised for a platform operator. bigFM, CityRadio Saarland, Krix.FM, Saarfunk 1 and Saarfunk 2, RADIO SALÜ and CLASSIC ROCK RADIO, Kuschel.fm and Kraftpaket - das Radio have sought capacity. DIVICON MEDIA HOLDING and MEDIA BROADCAST have applied to operate a platform. The regulator's decision is expected to be made on September 12th.

May 16th
On the local ensemble Cornwall, Smooth Cornwall is reported to have replaced Capital UK.

May 16th
In Austria, the first transmissions have been reported additionally from Graz-Schöckl on Block 8A in preparation for the launch of the national ensemble DAB+ Austria. Four DAB+ audio services are currently being broadcast.

May 16th
Snapshot added of the Norwegian local ensemble broadcast in Solør Hedmarken and Østerdalen, now labelled HO lokal. Multiple changes since the previous listing.

May 16th
Snapshot updated of the Norwegian regional ensemble broadcast in Agder/Rogaland, including Stavanger and Kristiansand, NRK Reg3 SørRog. Multiple changes since the previous snapshot.

May 16th
Snapshot updated of the Norwegian local ensemble broadcast in Jæren Dalane and Ryfylke, Lokale kanaler. A mix of "original-flavour" DAB and DAB+ services is broadcast. The recent additions use DAB+.

May 16th
In Germany, a new transmitter has been brought into service on Block 8B. Garz on the island of Rügen, improves coverage of the regional ensemble for Mecklenburg-Vorpommern NDR MV on the south of the island, including Samtens, Gingst, Trent, Altenkirchen, Sagard, Binz, Sellin and Göhren.

May 16th
Snapshots updated of the Italian regional ensembles Umbria DAB, DIGILOC UMBRIA and C.R. DAB UMBRIA. Multiple changes on all three.

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