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- Check at a neighbor whether it works there
- Try to optimize the antenna and also change the location of the radio
- Switch off recently switched on electrical devices (because possible sources of interference, such as PC, WLAN, light, power supplies, control systems, electrical devices)
- Separate the radio from electricity (or remove batteries) and switch it on after about a minute
- Perform a new automatic search on the radio
- Possibly carry out a "reset" on the radio to factory settings (attention: all previous list and settings will be deleted) and start a new search
- For more information, call the support number of the RAS at 0471 546688 or write an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. We're here to help!
At www.ras.bz.it/radio you can view almost all recivable DAB programs.
DAB stands for “Digital Audio Broadcasting”. It is the new radio standard, that is going to supersede the analog FM one, that has been used for over 90 years.
In Europe the frequencies are from 174,928 MHz to 239,200 MHz, correspondingly the blocks from 5A to 13F in the VHF-Band (Band III). The RAS-DAB programs can be received on blocks 10B (at 211.648 MHz) and 10D (at 215.072 MHz). Information on this is also available at: www.ras.bz.it/radio
Yes, wherever there is a DAB signal and a suitable DAB reception system in the car.
Yes, provided that the program is available on an alternative frequency. In this case the car radio automatically - with the PI (Programm Identification) - switches to another DAB-Block or to FM broadcasting. On some devices you can to activate o disactivate the switching manually.
Yes, provided that your antenna is suitable and if it covers the necessary frequency range.
You can find the current data rates at https://www.ras.bz.it/en/radio/dab-technology/
Related maps to the served areas can be found at https://www.ras.bz.it/en/radio/supplied-areas/
- A larger and more varied program offer
- No noise, crackling and popping when receiving
- Audio near CD-quality sound
- Additional multimedia services such as text, data and images
- EPG (Electronic Program Guide)
- Increased ease of use
- Dolby Sourround in DAB+
- Automatic software updates
- Best energy efficiency (the new „Green Radio“)
- One receiving channel in the whole receiving area (when transmitting in SFN). This means frequency savings.
- Interactivity in DAB+: additional services can be selectively chosen.
- Ready for internet integration in DAB+
- Significant energetic cost savings for the operator
- Significant reduction in CO2 emissions
With DAB+ the transmitting radio programs can incorporate additional services in their program. We usually distinguish between program-related additional information (PAD, Program Associated Data) and program-independent additional information (NPAD). Here there are some examples:
- Album Cover (SLS)
- Song Title (DLS/DLS+)
- Artist (DLS/DLS+)
- Presenter (DLS/DLS+)
- Studio Guests (DLS/DLS+)
- Sport results tables (Journaline)
- Weather maps (Journaline)
- Financial reports (Journaline)
- Exchange rates(Journaline)
- Emergency calls and search services (Announcements)
- Short news and headlines (Journaline)
- Purchase and download of music files (BWS)
- Advertising pool with direct sale possibility (BWS)
- Advanced traffic information for navigation systems (TPEG)
- Program information, including the possibility of televoting (Radio VIS)
- Slideshows with individually sent images (SLS)
DAB+ uses MPEG 2 HE AAC v2 codec.
Yes, large differences in input sensitivity and program stability have been noted.
There is currently no date for this.