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Small-scale DAB trial promises a local radio revolution

Ofcom Broadcasting Updates

Ofcom has today published its final report for Government on trials of ‘small-scale DAB’, an innovative technology designed to allow local stations to achieve transmission on digital radio.

Ofcom has been testing small-scale DAB since June 2015, with 70 local stations broadcasting on trial licences around the UK.

The technique allows local and community stations to hit the airwaves using freely-available software and equipment costing from £9,000.

Ofcom has also identified space in the airwaves that could support a UK-wide roll out of the technology, using spectrum bands previously occupied by business radio.

Re-using these bands could pave the way for hundreds more stations to join digital radio across the UK.

A news release is available summarising the report’s findings.

Heddiw, mae Ofcom wedi cyhoeddi ei adroddiad terfynol i Lywodraeth y DU ar dreialon ‘DAB graddfa fach’, technoleg newydd sy’n galluogi gorsafoedd lleol a chymunedol i ddechrau darlledu ar radio digidol.

Mae Ofcom wedi bod yn treialu DAB graddfa fach ers mis Mehefin 2015, gyda 70 o orsafoedd lleol yn darlledu ar drwyddedau treial ledled y DU.

Mae’r dechneg newydd yn galluogi gorsafoedd lleol a chymunedol i ddechrau darlledu gan ddefnyddio meddalwedd sydd ar gael am ddim ac offer sy’n costio £9,000.

Rydym wedi canfod gofod yn y tonnau awyr hefyd a allai gefnogi'r broses o gyflwyno’r dechnoleg ledled y DU, gan ddefnyddio bandiau sbectrwm a ddefnyddiwyd yn flaenorol gan radio busnes. 

Gallai ailddefnyddio'r bandiau hyn dorri tir newydd i gannoedd o orsafoedd eraill ymuno â’r chwyldro radio digidol. 

Ceir datganiad i’r wasg yn crynhoi canfyddiadau’r adroddiad yma.


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