How does digital radio broadcasting (DAB+) work?

Digital radio broadcasting (DAB+) as a transmission platform differs to AM and FM radio. DAB+ utilises an audio compression encoding system called AAC+ to transmit data (a digital program stream). Digital radio receivers are able to receive and decode the digital program stream which you can then hear and, on compatible receivers, also see program and station related information displayed on small screens.

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