Last update: 19.10.2020 - older versions
Launch of Regular DAB+ services
DAB+ has been on air since 2016, with the launch of the first R1 national DAB+ network, operated by public broadcaster RTV Slovenia.
AKOS consultation on second DAB+ national multiplex
Slovenia's R1 multiplex was filled in August 2019 with the award of licences to Radio Aktual and Radio City to broadcast on the remaining spaces available on the R1 network. Interest was high with 11 applicants - a healthy sign ahead of the public consultation by AKOS on the tender process for a second DAB+ national network, with a public meeting held at AKOS offices on 12 September 2019.
In September 2019, Slovenia's Agency for Communication Networks and Services (Akos) launched a call for tenders for DAB+ frequencies. The contract concerns two multiplexes – R2 (national) and R3 (Ljubljana).
Second national multiplex
In October 2020, RTV Slovenija launched a second national DAB+ multiplex.
Last update: 01.06.2020 - older versions
By the decree of the assignment of radio frequencies, RTV Slovenija Transmitters and Communication Unit has as the operator of the first digital network in Slovenia started to transmit radio channels from the transmission stations located at Krim, Krvavec, Nanos, Plešivec, Tinjan and Trdinov vrh. Other additional enlargements of the network depend on the reception of the new technology by users and also broadcasters. At the moment, the network reaches 85% of Slovene homes and covers 94% of motorway and highway systems.
Last update: 03.03.2021 - older versions
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(a) These web pages are updated regularly to reflect current services on air, however they may not be exactly up to date.
(b) The logos shown on these pages are for illustrative purposes only – manufacturers and broadcasters are directed here for information on implementing station logos.
See real time information about DAB+ services on air in Slovenia here.
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Last update: 30.09.2014 - older versions
Receivers are available in some stores and as an option in some car brands.
Last update: 19.01.2016 - older versions
The latest DAB trial completed in November 2013. Coverage was available in the capital city of Ljubljana and central Slovenia. The trial broadcasts covered 22.5% of the population.
Last update: 12.06.2020 - older versions
In December 2019 AKOS issued licenses for national mux R2 and local mux R3 (covering the capital city Ljubljana) to the public broadcaster RTV Slovenia.
Network for mux R3 is operational, but without the content as the tender for the stations is still open.
Additional public tenders for the stations are expected to be published soon.
Mux R2 is expected to be operational in September 2020.
Slovenia gets third DAB+ network20.10.2020 - Slovenia
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Second national multiplex launches in Slovenia16.10.2020 - RTV Slovenija WorldDAB Member - Slovenia
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DAB+ offering expands in Slovenia25.11.2019 - Slovenia
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Increased interest in DAB+ from broadcasters in Slovenia22.10.2019 - Slovenia
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Slovenia calls public call to award T-DAB+ frequencies30.09.2019 - Slovenia
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Second national DAB+ network for Slovenia27.08.2019 - Slovenia
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Slovenian broadcasters show high interest in DAB+26.08.2019 - Slovenia
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DAB+ radio to become mandatory across new cars in the EU07.01.2019 - Slovenia
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Slovenian Radio Maxi has joined DAB+ digital radio offer30.10.2018 - Slovenia
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Former Yugoslav republics to discuss the introduction of DAB+23.10.2018 - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Croatia - Serbia - North Macedonia - Montenegro - Slovenia
(Communcations Regulatory Agency BH) Read more
Last update: 08.03.2021
AKOS; Agency for Communication Networks and Services of the Republic of Slovenia
PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS AND TENDERS
BROADCASTING OF A RADIO PROGRAM IN DIGITAL BROADCASTING
RTV Slovenija DAB+ Information