Re: FAO Doug MacD - Europe is richer than US



<boltar2003@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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On Sat, 10 Oct 2009 01:44:44 +0100

If you have 2 FM stations in the same broadcast area with the centre
frequency
only seperated by 200Khz you're going to get some nasty inteference.
In
reality you need at least 300Khz between them, probably more to
account for
most of the cheap shitty non selective radios out there. And then
you're
forgetten that with DAB you can re-use the same frequency even if
the 2
transmitter broadcast areas overlap. Can't do that with FM.


How can two different DAB multiplexes in the same location share the
same frequency?? They can't, so DAB is no different to FM in this
regard.



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