Re: cooking fat
wollman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Garrett Wollman) writes:
The proprietary digital radio technology chosen for implementation in
the mid-latitude part of leftpondia requires that the analogue and
digital signals be synchronized very closely.
Hmm. I find the three second delay highly useful as it means I don't
miss anything when I leave the study (in FM) to go to the kitchen to get
a cuppa (in DAB).
Of couse, what I gain in that direction, I must loose going back - but I
generally wait till something horrible like 'Quote Unquote' or 'Woman's
Hour' has started, so it's a win-win result.
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