Frontier Silicon Cheers German DAB+ Okay

Frontier: 'International growth of DAB digital radio services is accelerating.'
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U.K.-based Frontier Silicon, which makes DAB+ radio receiver modules, applauded the recent decision by Germany to approve the DAB+ digital radio technology.

Frontier Silicon Chief Executive Andy Sethill said: "The international growth of DAB digital radio services is accelerating. These new services will benefit consumers and advertisers, who will receive more choice for radio content, while likely to drive volumes for manufacturers."

Frontier makes receiver chips/modules that are used by consumer equipment manufacturers such as Bang & Olufsen, Denon, Grundig, Harman Kardon, JVC, NAD, Onkyo, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, TEAC and Yamaha.


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