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DRM Recommended in South Africa

The South African Ministry of Communications has just published a policy directive on the introduction of digital sound broadcasting in the country. Comments are invited (within 30 days) on the suitability of the recommended standards which are: DRM for large coverage area (DRM30) in MW and DRM for local coverage in band I and Band II (FM) or DRM+, which can be used to complement analogue FM sound services in the short to medium term and replace analogue services in the long term.

DAB+ and ISDB-TSB are considered candidate technologies for band III, after the switch-off of terrestrial analogue television. 

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