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WorldDAB Forms Spectrum and Network Implementation Committee

Aims to encourage discussion, exchange of knowledge and best practice on DAB+ network implementation

WorldDAB has formed the WorldDAB Spectrum and Network Implementation Committee (SNIC) to support the implementation of DAB+ networks.

According to the organization, the previous Regulation and Spectrum Committee will expand its remit to include the discussion and exchange of knowledge and best practice regarding the implementation of DAB+ networks.

The SNIC will focus on three areas. These are spectrum monitoring, DAB+ network development and DAB+ implementation.

In addition, the new committee’s topics and activities will include advice and best practices on transmission site building, DAB+ multiplexing and sound processing as well as DAB+ monitoring and signal distribution and data service implementation.

The SNIC will organize seminars aimed to facilitate emerging and existing DAB+ markets carry out a successful deployment of DAB+ networks.

The first seminar of the WorldDAB SNIC will take place in Budapest, Hungary at 2–4 p.m. on May 22 in parallel with the MBT Conference, and in partnership with Broadcast Networks Europe.

On the agenda for the first seminar will be “Best practice for implementation of SFN networks” with case studies from Germany, United Kingdom, Italy, Norway and Poland.

[Read: ABU-DBS Looks at What’s Ahead for Broadcasters]

Seminar attendance on May 22 is open to members and non-members of WorldDAB and is free of charge. Pre -registration is necessary. Click here to register.

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