Research and analysis by a number of organisations outlines the case for broadcast radio, and why radio transmitted via radio cellular networks (LTE) is not a solution:
DAB+ or mobile
DAB+ remains the best option for delivery of broadcast radio - particularly on cost and reliability.Read more
DAB+ or mobile - the facts
The facts on DAB+ and mobile broadband, covering each aspect of the distribution, business case and impact on the listener.Read more
EBU cost benefit analysis
A real world cost-benefit analysis of distributing and consuming radio in the five biggest EU markets demonstrating that broadcast technologies remain the best option for radio. (EBU, 2017)Read more
DAB+, FM or IP?
UK network operator Arqiva compares DAB, FM and IP transmissions, suggesting that DAB+ provides the most affordable means of distribution for radio. (Arqiva, 2019)Read more
Does 5G make sense for radio?
An assessment on whether 5G is a suitable platform for radio broadcasting. (Deutschlandradio, 2019)Read more
Is mobile telecoms feasible for broadcast radio
An analysis on Australia on whether mobile broadband communications networks, particularly in regional areas, could be considered as a replacement for broadcast radio. (Coutts Communications, November 2014)Read more
Broadcast or broadband?
Cost analysis of radio transmission via DAB+ and IP, Bavaria, Germany (BLM - 2014)Read more
An overview of modern DAB+ transmitter types and uses, the latest technologies and efficiency, and redundancy options.Read more