In the box on page 34, the second table has no headings. Nowhere does it mention the 'planned coverage' is for 2030. And best of all... "N.B. Comparing analogue FM to DAB coverage is not straightforward due to the individual characteristics of each platform and it is necessary to measure the performance in different ways ... current coverage of DAB on local commercial multiplexes varies considerably."
2009/1/29 Brian Butterworth <briant...@freeview.tv> > I'm quite impressed by the way that the whole DAB+ issue has become a box > about the boring sounding European 'Digital Radio Receivers Profiles' on > page 33. Strange way to write a long-term plan if you ask me. > > 2009/1/29 Jim Tonge <jim_d_to...@yahoo.co.uk> > > And plenty not to: >> (page 22) >> "On the same basis, the Government has yet to see a case for legislation >> in favour of >> net neutrality. In consequence, unless Ofcom find network operators or >> ISPs to have >> Significant Market Power and justify intervention on competition grounds, >> traffic >> management will not be prevented." >> >> At least I'll be able to get to the quality at AOL news faster... >> >> Jim >> >> On 29 Jan 2009, at 15:27, Brian Butterworth wrote: >> >> A lot to enjoy here... >> >> "Our plans for the level of service which we believe should be universal. >> We anticipate this consideration will include options up to 2Mb/s." >> >> >> http://www.dcms.gov.uk/images/publications/digital_britain_interimreportjan09.pdf >> >> Brian Butterworth >> >> follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/briantist >> web: http://www.ukfree.tv - independent digital television and switchover >> advice, since 2002 >> >> >> Jim >> >> >> >> > > > -- > > Brian Butterworth > > follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/briantist > web: http://www.ukfree.tv - independent digital television and switchover > advice, since 2002 > -- Brian Butterworth follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/briantist web: http://www.ukfree.tv - independent digital television and switchover advice, since 2002