DAB Ensembles Worldwide
Last Update: April 1st, 2008
Ensemble Label
EId
3
Stereo
   3
Stereo
4
Joint
Stereo
3
Joint
St. LSF
3
Mono
3
Mono
LSF
3
Dual
Channel
3
Packet
Data
3
Stream
Data
3
Stereo
AAC
+
3
Mono
AAC
+
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Those ensembles known currently to be active have their frequencies shown in bold. Ensembles believed still to be pending are shown in normal type.

Broadcasters will often increase the bit rate of services for the transmission of an important or prestigious event, and similarly decrease the bit rates in order to accomodate additional services. Where more than one bit rate is shown the occasional value is the one given in brackets.

The standard sampling frequency for DAB is 48 kHz. At low bitrates, however, better results can be obtained by using a lower sampling frequency, 24 kHz. This is indicated in the tables by means of the abbreviation LSF - for example "Mono LSF", "Joint Stereo LSF".

The graphics are "Snapshots" of the status of an ensemble at the particular moment when the Snapshot was taken. Some ensembles are fairly static and their arrangement will change only rarely. Others are more dynamic, changing several times daily. The Snapshots are illustrative. An unchanged Snapshot should not exclude the possibility that the configuration may since have changed. The timing of a Snapshot update is more likely to be due to the opportunity arising to take a new one rather than the ensemble's configuration having just changed.

Note that in a Snapshot, the boundary between one service and the next contributes to the overall width of the graphic in a manner which varies from one browser to another. A Snapshot with more services will appear slightly wider that a Snapshot with fewer services, but the overall capacity of the two ensembles is the same.

The Mode Indicator illuminates to indicate the ensemble transmission mode. If the transmission mode is not known, the indicator will be off or not present.

The TII indicator illuminates when an ensemble has been observed or is known to be transmitting the Transmitter Identification Information. Where an ensemble has been observed not to radiate TII codes, the indicator will be off. If the indicator is not shown, no information has been received or no observations have been made to determine the presence or otherwise of TII codes.

The figures in the snapshots correspond to the Protection Levels of the services where known. A lower number offers more robust reception than a higher number, Protection Level 1 being the maximum Protection.

The padlock symbol indicates a Conditional Access (encrypted) service.

Different fonts are used for those fields which represent the actual text content of Service Labels observed or reported, e.g. R-WIEN * DAB, and those listings where the the entry is based on other data or is the name of a Service which may or may not correspond exactly with the Service Label, e.g. P4 København.

It is a convention in computer literature and on some other DAB sites to represent a space, " ", as an underscore, "_". However the underscore is a computer character in its own right and exists within the character set from which Service Labels may be formed. Furthermore, the underscore has been observed actually in use in Service Labels, e.g. PICCADILLY_KEY. Therefore, this site will use the convention that a space represents a space, and an underscore always represents an underscore. Please let me know if any listings here are at odds with this policy.

Some Service Labels have been observed to have leading spaces. However, while some receivers display the leading spaces, it appears that others ignore them. In view of the number of sources for this site, the variety of observation methods used and the difficulty in representing clearly those leading spaces across all web browsers, this site will ignore leading spaces in Ensemble Labels and Service Labels.

The Programme Type is transmitted as a number. The receiver produces a Programme Type label recalled from a table stored within it. The Programme Types indicated on this site follow as much as possible the descriptions in the Registered Tables, ETSI TS 101 756 v1.1.1. Receivers differ in their implementations and how they display the PTy label. For example, some receivers display a PTy "MOR Music". This site uses the description "Easy Listening", which is to be found in the Registered Tables. A number of Services use the PTy which is displayed on some receivers as "Varied". In the Registered Tables, this PTy is elaborated as "Varied Speech", which implies a completely different style of programme. This site follows the Registered Tables and lists some Services as being "Varied Speech", although their programme style may be mainly music. Note also that there is a separate PTy table for North America. A receiver from outside North America being used there may display inappropriate labels and vice versa. For example, a receiver which did not "know" that it was in North America could display the "Rhythm and Blues" PTy as "Weather"! This site shows, wherever possible, the PTy that would be displayed on the appropriate receiver.

Any Service which carries a flag is known to be a Secondary Component of the Service listed above it. Services which are listed twice, once with the flag and once without, such as BBC 5LIVE SportX, are known to be signalled in the ensemble as both Primary and Secondary Service Components. Other listings will be modified as information becomes available.

The absence of data services in a particular snapshot does not necessarily mean that no data services are present in that ensemble. The services may not reveal themselves according to the observation methods being used. Also, no account is taken of the presence or otherwise of PAD or NPAD, which is outside the scope of these listings.

A blank area within or at the right of a Snapshot indicates unused capacity within the ensemble.

Please send information and observations to: carey@wohnort.org





Albania




Wiesbaden Plan:
National: 12A and LJ
The Plan specifies Vertical polarisation.


Andorra



Block 12D: 229.072 MHz
Operator: Servei de Telecomunicacions d'Andorra
Sites:
On-Air: December 2004


STA
3000
3
AND Musica
3
RNA
3
RESERVA
I TII
21.01.2005
 
AND Musica3002192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
RESERVA3003192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
RNA3001192 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy

Source: Observations, 21.01.2005


Australia



Melbourne


Block 9C: 206.352 MHz
Operator: Broadcast Australia
Site: Mt. Dandenong
On-Air: December 2003


This is a "drop-through" allocation, between existing analogue TV transmissions. One of the objectives is to assess the performance of the system in such close proximity to analogue TV.

MELB DRB TRIAL
3001
3
DIGIT.. EXTRA
3
WORLD
AUDIO
R 2
3
SPORT
DRB
RADIO
3
SBS
DIGITAL
RADIO
3
Triple R
102.7FM
3
A..
N..
3
ABC DIG
3
ABC
CLASSIC
FM
I TII
14.09.2004
MELB DRB TRIAL
3001
3
DIGIT..
EXTRA
3
WORLD
AUDIO
R 2
3
SPORT
DRB
RADIO
3
3
3MBS
3
A..
N..
3
ABC DIG
3
ABC
CLASSIC
FM
I TII
14.09.2005
 
3MBS0001128 kbit/sStereoSerious Classical
ABC CLASSIC FM0010128 kbit/sStereoSerious Classical
ABC DIG0011128 kbit/sStereoOther Music
ABC NEWSRADIO001264 kbit/sMonoNews
DIGITAL EXTRA0005192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy *1
SPORT DRB RADIO0003128 kbit/sStereoSport
WORLDAUDIO R 20004128 kbit/sStereoVaried Speech
*2128 kbit/s

*1) Same audio as 3MBS at higher bitrate.
*2) The receiver used showed a sub-channel running here but with apparently no Service allocated to it. Similar results have been obtained in the past in situations the Character Set flag was wrongly set.
Source: Observations, 14.09.2005

Sydney

Block 9A: 202.928 MHz
Operator: Digital Radio Broadcasting Australia Pty Ltd
Site: Willoughby Tower
On-Air: December 2003


This is a "drop-through" allocation, between existing analogue TV transmissions. One of the objectives is to assess the performance of the system in such close proximity to analogue TV. Initially at least the same multiplex will be simulcast on L-Band.

The Commercial Radio site includes a coverage map of the Sydney trials.

SYD1
2001
3
2DAY
3
ABC Classic
3
WSFM
3
2KY Broadcasters
I TII
15.09.2004
Sydney Mux1 9a
2001
3
2DAY
3
ABC Classic
3
WSFM
3
2KY extra
3
2KY Broadcasters
I TII
15.09.2005
 
2DAY2005192 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
2KY Broadcasters2001128 kbit/sMonoNo PTy
2KY extra64 kbit/sMonoNo PTy
ABC Classic2004224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
Mix FM2006192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy

Source: Observations, 15.09.2005
Digital Radio Broadcasting Australia, 06.06.2006



Block 9B: 204.640 MHz
Operator: Digital Radio Broadcasting Australia Pty Ltd
Site: Willoughby Tower
On-Air:


The Commercial Radio site includes a coverage map of the Sydney trials.

Sydney Mux2 9b
2010
3
2SM
3
SBS Digital Two
3
2GB
3
Nova 969
I TII
15.09.2004
Sydney Mux2 9b
2010
3
2CH - Easy 1170
3
Nova 969
3
Triple M
3
VEGA 95.3
3
2SM
2
Test
Guide
3
Te..
Ch..
I TII
15.09.2005
 
2CH - Easy 11702017192 kbit/sStereoVaried Speech
2SM2011192 kbit/sStereoOther Music
Nova 9692014192 kbit/sStereoOther Music
Triple M2016192 kbit/sStereoRock Music
VEGA 95.32018192 kbit/sStereoVaried Speech
Test GuideF020001932 kbit/sDatapacket data

Source: Observations, 15.09.2005
Digital Radio Broadcasting Australia, 06.06.2006

Block 9C: 206.352 MHz
Operator: Digital Radio Broadcasting Australia Pty Ltd
Site: Willoughby Tower
On-Air:


The Commercial Radio site includes a coverage map of the Sydney trials.

Sydney Mux3 9c
2021
3
ABC DIG
3
SBS Digital One
3
2CH
3
2UE
3
Test Service
I TII
15.09.2004
Sydney Mux3 9c
2021
3
ABC dig
3
2UE
3
2GB
3
SBS Digital One
3
2GB
Plus
3
SBS Digital Two
2
I TII
15.09.2005
 
2GB2023128 kbit/sMonoVaried Speech
2GB Plus96 kbit/s *2Mono
2GB Guide64 kbit/s *1Datapacket data
2UE2024192 kbit/sMonoVaried Speech
ABC dig2021192 kbit/sStereoOther Music
SBS Digital One2022192 kbit/sStereoVaried Speech
SBS Digital Two2012192 kbit/sStereoVaried Speech
Test Channel201F96 kbit/s *2MonoNo PTy
Test Guide CF020000132 kbit/s *1Datapacket data

*1) Combined bitrate of shared Sub-Channel
*2) Test Channel pointed to the same audio stream as 2GB Plus.


Source: Observations, 15.09.2005
Digital Radio Broadcasting Australia, 06.06.2006



Block LS: 1483.7 MHz
Operator: Digital Radio 2000 - a consortium of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, the Austereo Network, the Australian Radio Network and 2KY Racing Radio
Sites: Parramatta and Optus Tower, Sydney
On-Air:


SYD1
2001
3
2DAY
3
ABC Classic
3
WSFM
3
2KY Broadcasters
IITII
13.09.2004
Sydney Mux1 9a
2001
3
2DAY
3
ABC Classic
3
WSFM
3
2KY extra
3
2KY Broadcasters
II TII
15.09.2005
 
2DAY2005192 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
2KY Broadcasters2001128 kbit/sMonoNo PTy
2KY extra64 kbit/sMonoNo PTy
ABC Classic2004224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
Mix FM2006192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy

Source: Observations, 15.09.2005
Digital Radio Broadcasting Australia, 06.06.2006



Canberra

Block L?: 1487.6 MHz
Operator: National Transmission Agency (NTA)
Sites: Bywong Hill, Black Mountain Tower, Tuggeranong Hill

Experimental broadcasts were conducted by the NTA in Canberra.
kbit/s
kbit/s
kbit/s
kbit/s
kbit/s

Source: Communications Laboratory (now closed)


Satellite

Block L?: 1552.5 MHz
Operator: DOCA Communications Laboratory
Sites: Optus B3 - 156 deg. E

Experiments in S-DAB were conducted in June 1995 with further tests in December 95/January 96. According to a report by the DOCA Communications Laboratory (now closed), "as an example of how good reception can be, the team drove from Adelaide to Eucla, a distance of 1,300 km with no loss of signal except for one underpass just outside Adelaide."

Source: Communications Laboratory (now closed)


Austria

The DAB transmissions currently underway in Austria are officially designated pilot broadcasts. Policy toward DAB following the end of these trials has yet to be decided.

  Burgenland Steiermark  
  Kärnten Tirol
  Niederösterreich Vorarlberg
  Oberösterreich Wien  
  Salzburg    


Tirol

Block 12C: 227.360 MHz
WI95revCO07: AUT00007
Operator: ORF
Sites: Patscherkofel und Seegrube.
A third transmitter is planned.
On-Air: September 2000

ORF TIROL * DAB
A001
3
ORF-TIR* DAB
3
FM4 * DAB
3
OE 3 * DAB
3
OE 1 * DAB
I TII
18.04.2004
DAB ORF TIR
A001
3
OE2-T
3
FM4 * DAB
3
OE 3 * DAB
3
OE1
I TII
07.04.2005
 
This ensemble has the same EId as DAB ORF-WIEN.

FM4 * DABA213192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
OE 3 * DABA203192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
OE1A201192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy    *1
OE2-TAA02192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy    *2

*1) Service Label and Service Component Label differ. Other Label OE1 * DAB.
*2) Service Label and Service Component Label differ. Other Label ORF-TIR* DAB.

Source: Observations, 07.04.2005


Vorarlberg

Block 12A: 223.936 MHz
Wiesbaden:
Operator:
Sites: A DAB service is planned from Pfänder, carrying Ö1, Radio Vorarlberg, Ö3 and FM4, as part of a project to provide complete DAB coverage through the corridor Bayern-Vorarlberg-Schweiz.
On-Air:


Source: ORF July 2002


Wien

Block 12B: 225.648 MHz
Operator: ORF
Sites: ORF-Zentrum Küniglberg, Wien-Bisamberg and KW Donaustadt
On-Air: January 1999
(on Block 12D. Since July 2006 on Block 12B)

DAB ORF-WIEN
A001
3
OE2-W
3
FM4  * DAB
3
OE 3 * DAB
3
OE1
I TII
06.04.2005
 
This ensemble has the same EId as DAB ORF TIR.

FM4  * DABA213192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
OE 1 * DABA201192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy    *1
OE 3 * DABA203192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
OE2-W * DABAC0C192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy    *2

*1) Service Label and Service Component Label differ. Other Label OE1 * DAB.
*2) Service Label and Service Component Label differ. Other Label R-WIEN * DAB.

Observations, 06.04.2005


Austria L-band Allocations

according to Maastricht 2002



Belgium


For further information about DAB in Belgium, see the informative pages of
Digitale Radio,
Radionumerique and
DAB Vlaanderen.




Flemish-speaking Belgium

Block 12A: 223.936MHz
Wiesbaden: BEL10001
Operator: VRT
On-Air: 1997


VRT DAB
6001
4
Radio 1
4
Sporza
4
Radio 2
4
Klara
4
Klara
continuo
4
Studio
Brussel
4
Radio
Donna
4
Donna
hitbits
4
ni
+
ITII
10.04.2005
VRT DAB
6001
4
Radio 1
4
Sporza
4
Radio 2
4
Klara
4
Klara
continuo
4
Studio
Brussel
4
Radio
Donna
4
Donna
hitbits
4
ni
+
ITII
11.08.2006
 
Donna hitbits631F160 kbit/sJoint Stereo
Klara6313160 kbit/sJoint Stereo
Klara continuo631A160 kbit/sJoint Stereo
nieuws+631E48 kbit/sMono LSF
Radio 16311160 kbit/sJoint Stereo
Radio 26312160 kbit/sJoint Stereo
Radio Donna6315160 kbit/sJoint Stereo
Sporza631D160 kbit/sJoint Stereo
Studio Brussel6314160 kbit/sJoint Stereo

Source: Observations, 11.08.2006
KB, 07.01.2007




French-speaking Belgium

Block 12B: 225.648 MHz
Wiesbaden: BEL20001
Operator: RTBF
On-Air: 1997


RTBF DAB Radio
1278
3
BRF
3
Musique3
3
Radio 21
3
La Premiere
3
A
3
D
3
S
3
R...
3
Prg FM21
3
Radio Trafic
3
Prg FM 1
ITII
06.04.2002
RTBF.DAB Radio
6005
3
BRF 1
4
Musiq3
4
Classic 21
4
Pure FM
4
La Premiere
3
A
3
D
ITII
11.08.2006
 
BRF 1606664 kbit/sMonoVaried Speech
Classic 216054160 kbit/sStereoRock Music
La Premiere6051160 kbit/sStereoInformation
Musiq36053192 kbit/sStereoSerious Classical
Pure FM6055160 kbit/sStereoRock Music
VivaBruxelles160 kbit/sStereo
Alpha DE06003018 kbit/sPacket Data
DGPSDATAE06002018 kbit/sPacket Data
radio 7 kbit/s

Source: Observations, 09.01.2007





L-band Allocations
according to Maastricht 2002

Area & Frequency Block Plan ID Area & Frequency Block Plan ID
Antwerpen LA BEL00003 Luxembourg LI BEL20005
Brabant Wallon LO BEL00010 Luxembourg LN BEL00006
Deutschsprachige Gem LB BEL30001 Namur LH BEL20004
Deutschsprachige Gem LG BEL30002 Namur LJ BEL00009
Deutschsprachige Gem LM BEL00011 Oost-Vlaanderen LB BEL00002
Hainaut LM BEL00008 Oostende LB BEL10005
Liege LF BEL20006 Vlaams-Brabant LC BEL00004
Liege LD BEL00007 West-Vlaanderen LH BEL00001
Limburgl LK BEL00005


Bosnia-Herzegovina




Wiesbaden Plan:
Bosnia is allocated two blocks, 12B and LJ. The Plan specifies Vertical Polarisation.



Brunei



Block 12B: 225.648MHz
Operator: Radio Television Brunei
Site: Bukit Subok (300w)
On-Air: November 2000


RTB Brunei
B001
4
Nurislam
4
RTBHarmoni
4
RTBPelangi
4
RTBPilihan
4
RTBNational
ITII
09.09.2004
RTB Brunei
B001
4
RTBNurislam
4
RTBHarmoni
4
RTBPelangi
4
RTBPilihan
4
RTBNational
ITII
22.09.2005
 
RTBHarmoniB004192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
RTBNationalB001192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
RTBNurislam *B005192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
RTBPelangiB003192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
RTBPilihan *B002192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy

*) Service Labels and Service Component Labels differ. The other labels are Nurislam and Pilihan respectively.

Source: Observations, 09.09.2004



Bulgaria



Wiesbaden Plan:
Band III:
Sofia: 12A
Stara Zagora: 12C
Ruse: 12D
Montana: 12D
Pleven: 12B



Bulgaria L-band Allocations

according to Maastricht 2002



Canada


The size of the country, and the nature of broadcasting within it, will eventually put a complete listing of ensembles beyond the scope of this page.

According to World DAB Forum, networks in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver have been operating since early 1999 and in early 2000 a DAB transmitter was set up in Windsor, which provides a signal into Detroit (U.S.A), where the North American Motor Show will be held. Some 10 Million potential listeners can receive DAB, about 35% of the population.

15 private and 4 public CBC services are broadcasting Toronto. In Montreal there are 5 private and 4 CBC stations (4 more commercial stations have applied for licenses) and in Vancouver 7 services are on air with another 6 that have been approved. Planning for DAB (known as DRB in Canada) is well advanced and well documented. In contrast to other countries that have adopted and implemented DAB, 23 channels are allocated to DRB in the range 1452 - 1492 MHz as follows:-

DRB
channel
 Frequency DRB
channel
 Frequency DRB
channel
 Frequency 
11452.81691466.768171480.720
21454.560101468.512181482.464
31456.304111470.256191484.208
41458.048121472.000201485.952
51459.792131473.744211487.696
61461.536141475.488221489.440
71463.280151477.232231491.184
81465.024161478.976  


Allocation plans are available in a variety of data and document formats at the Spectrum Management and Telecommunications site.


There is a web site devoted to DAB in Canada.

Sources: Spectrum Management and Telecommunications; World DAB Forum


Halifax

Block L8: 1465.024 MHz
DRB Plan: NS001
Operator: CBC Radio-Canada
Sites:

The DRB Allotment Plan allocated this channel to CBC Radio Canada. However, CBC shared Block L11 with commercial broadcasters during test transmissions which ran between June 2003 and October 2004.

Sources: Spectrum Management and Telecommunications


Block L11: 1470.256 MHz
DRB Plan:NS002
Operator: CBC, CHUM, Maritime, NewCap
Sites: Geizer Hill (200w)
On-Air: June 2003 - October 2004

These test transmissions have now ceased. There are understood to be no plans to resume these transmissions any time soon.

DAB Halifax
B001
3
RC
Premiere
3
FM96.5
3
CHFX Radio FM
3
C100 Radio FM
3
Q104 Radio FM
3
CBC Radio 2
3
CBC
Radio 1
II TII
12.11.2003
 

Source: Observations, 12.11.2003



Montreal

Block L1: 1452.816 MHz
DRB Plan: QU109
Operator: Montreal Private Stations
Sites: Mont-Royal (Montreal, QC)
On-Air:


Stations Privees
0010
3
TEAM 990
2
RADIO ENERGIE
3
ROCKDETENTE
3
MTL BEST MUSIC
3
RADIOMEDIA
IITII
16.10.2004
Stations Privees
0010
3
TEAM 990
2
RADIO ENERGIE
3
ROCKDETENTE
3
MTL BEST MUSIC
3
RADIOMEDIA
IITII
22.08.2006
 
MTL BEST MUSIC000F224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
RADIO ENERGIE000D192 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
RADIOMEDIA000B224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
ROCKDETENTE000E224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
TEAM 990000C128 kbit/sMonoNo PTy

Source: Observations, 16.10.2004


Block L2: 1458.048 MHz
DRB Plan: QU110
Operator: Standard Radio Inc.
Sites: Montréal (Place Ville-Marie) and at Laval

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has granted Standard Radio Inc. an extension to the time limit to implement digital radio services in Montréal and Laval. The Commission originally approved this authority in August 2001.

CJAD kbit/s
CJFM-FM kbit/s

Source: CRTC


Block L4: 1458.048 MHz
DRB Plan: QU111
Operator: CBC Radio-Canada
Sites: Mont-Royal (Montreal, QC)
On-Air: September 1998 (pilot); October 1999 (launch)

The CBC conducted its first Montreal DAB test transmissions in 1993.

CBC Radio-Canada
13FD
3
CBC Radio One
3
CBC Radio Two
3
R-C Premiere
3
R-C Culturelle
IITII
15.11.2002
CBC Radio-Canada
13FD
2
CBC Radio One
3
CBC Radio Two
2
R-C Premiere
3
R-C Culturelle
3
Pr..
No..
3
SRN IP
3
SRC IP
IITII
15.11.2003
CBC Radio-Canada
13FD
3
CBC
R.. One
3
CBC Radio Two
3
Premiere chaine
3
Espace Musique
3
Nou..
Gui..
3
SRN IP
3
SRC IP
IITII
16.10.2004
CBC Radio-Canada
13FD
3
CBC
R.. One
3
CBC Radio Two
3
Premiere chaine
3
Espace Musique
4
Pre..
Nou..
3
SRC IP
IITII
22.08.2006
 
CBC Radio OneC02096 kbit/sMonoInformation
CBC Radio TwoC021224 kbit/sStereoClassical
Premiere chaineC022192 kbit/sJoint StereoInformation
Espace MusiqueC023224 kbit/sStereoClassical
Prem Nouvelles56 kbit/sMono LSF(News and Information loop)
SRC IPA1C00012128 kbit/sPacket Data

Source: Observations, 22.08.2006
SRC, 22.08.2006




Ottawa

Block L7: 1463.280 MHz
DRB Plan: ON074
Operator:
Sites: CBC Building, Lanark Av.; Camp Fortune, Québec; Time MCI Las Brisas Building, Ottawa;

CIMF-FM kbit/s
CJRC kbit/s
CKTF-FM kbit/s

Source: CRTC


Block L9: 1466.768 MHz
DRB Plan: ON075
Operator: Communications Research Centre
Sites:
On-Air: February 2005

CRC-Ensemble
C000
3
CD Player
3
Data
I TII
23.08.2006
 
Note that the ensemble was seen to be using the Transmission Mode I, optimised for Band III, rather than either the usual L-band Modes II or IV.

CD PlayerC000224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
CD Player 1C001 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
CD Player 2C002 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
CD Player 3C003 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
CD Player 4C004 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
CD Player 5C005 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
CD Player 6C006 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
CD Player 7C007 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
DataC00002224 kbit/sStream Data
Data 2C00003 kbit/sStream Data

Source: Observations, 23.08.2006

Block L18: 1482.464 MHz
DRB Plan: ON070
Operator: CBC
Sites: CBC Building, Lanark Av.; Camp Fortune, Québec
; Time MCI Las Brisas Building, Ottawa
On-Air: February 2003

CBC Radio-Canada
17DF
2
CBC Radio One
2
CBC Radio Two
2
R-C Premiere
2
R-C Culturelle
II TII
14.11.2003
CBC Radio-Canada
17DF
2
CBC Radio One
3
CBC Radio Two
2
R-C Premiere
3
R-C Culturelle
II TII
14.10.2004
 
CBC Radio OneC010192 kbit/sJoint StereoCurrent Affairs
CBC Radio TwoC011224 kbit/sJoint StereoCulture
R-C PremiereC012192 kbit/sJoint StereoCurrent Affairs
R-C CulturelleC013224 kbit/sStereoCulture

Source: Observations, 14.10.2004


Block L19: 1484.208 MHz
DRB Plan: ON071
Operator:
Sites: CBC Building, Lanark Av.; Time MCI Las Brisas Building, Ottawa; Camp Fortune, Québec

CKBY-FM kbit/s
CIWW kbit/s
CHEZ-FM kbit/s

Source: CRTC


Block L21: 1487.696 MHz
DRB Plan: ON072
Operator:
Sites: CBC Building, Lanark Av.; Time MCI Las Brisas Building, Ottawa; Camp Fortune, Québec

CKQB-FM kbit/s
CKKL-FM kbit/s
CFRA kbit/s
CJMJ-FM kbit/s
CFGO kbit/s

Source: CRTC




Toronto
A coverage map for Toronto is available for download from the official Canadian DAB site.


Block L1: 1452.816 MHz
DRB Plan:
Operator:
Sites:

A feasability study in 2001 identified Block L1 as a potential additional channel for digital radio in the Greater Toronto Area. The plan involved the reallocation of the frequency assignment in St. Catherines, which in turn was dependent upon the reallocation of the frequency assignment in Peterborough. However, an area subject to incoming interference from Mount Forest would still exist in the GTA, particularly in the southern portion of Scarborough.

Source: Spectrum Management and Telecommunications


Block L2: 1454.56 MHz
DRB Plan: ON112
Operator:
Sites: Cn Tower (5kW)

CFXJ-FM kbit/s
CHWO kbit/s
Sur Sagar kbit/sPunjabi, Hindi, Urdu, Gujarati and English

Source: CRTC


Block L3: 1456.304 MHz
DRB Plan: ON113
Operator: Master FM
Sites: CN Tower (8kW) plus 1 relay


CHANNEL3
C100
3
1050CHUM
3
104.5 CHUM-FM
3
EDGE 102
3
680 NEWS
3
CHFI
IITII
18.02.2003
CHANNEL3
C100
3
1050CHUM
3
104.5 CHUM-FM
3
EDGE 102
3
680NEWS
3
CHFI
IITII
17.11.2003
CHANNEL3
C100
3
1050CHUM
3
104.5 CHUM-FM
3
EDGE 102
3
680NEWS
3
CHFI
IITII
19.10.2004
CHANNEL3
C100
3
1050CHUM
3
104.5 CHUM-FM
3
EDGE 102
3
680 NEWS
3
CHFI
II TII
27.08.2006
 
CHFIC201192 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
EDGE 102C302192 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
104.5 CHUM-FMC301192 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
1050CHUMC300192 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
680NEWSC200128 kbit/sMonoNews

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has authorised Corus Radio to transfer the Service EDGE 102 (CFNY) from the Block L3 ensemble CHANNEL3 to the Block L8 ensemble CH___8 and Rogers Broadcasting to transfer the Service 92.5JACK (CJAQ) from the Block L8 ensemble CH___8 to the Block L3 ensemble CHANNEL3. The move will result in each broadcaster having all its services on one multiplex.

Source: Observations, 27.08.2006


Block L4: 1458.048 MHz
DRB Plan: ON114
Operator: Master FM
Sites: CN Tower (8kW) plus 1 relay


CHANNEL 4
C004
3
CFRB
3
MIX 99.9
3
THE FAN
3
EZ-ROCK
3
JAZZ FM
II TII
18.02.2003
CHANNEL 4
C004
3
CFRB
3
MIX 99.9
3
THE FAN
3
EZ-ROCK
3
JAZZ FM
II TII
17.11.2003
CHANNEL 4
C004
3
CFRB
3
MIX 99.9
3
THE FAN
3
EZ-ROCK
3
JAZZ FM
II TII
19.10.2004
CHANNEL 4
C004
3
CFRB
3
MIX 99.9
3
THE FAN
3
EZ-ROCK
3
JAZZ FM
II TII
27.08.2006
 
CFRBC029128 kbit/sMonoNo PTy
EZ-ROCKC02C224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
JAZZ FMC02D224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
MIX 99.9C02A224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
THE FANC02B128 kbit/sMonoNo PTy

Source: Observations, 27.08.2006


Block L6: 1461.536 MHz
DRB Plan: ON1117
Operator: CBC Radio-Canada
Sites: CN Tower
On-Air: Autumn 1996 (pilot); June 1998 (launch)

The CBC conducted its first DAB test transmissions in Toronto in 1991.

CBC Radio-Canada
13CE
3
CBC Radio 1
3
CBC Radio 2
3
RC Premiere
3
RC Culturelle
IITII
17.11.2003
- DAB Ensemble -
C006
3
CBC Radio 1
3
CBC Radio 2
3
RC Premiere
3
Espace Musique
3
SRC_IP
IITII
27.08.2006
 
Since the above Snapshot was taken, the ensemble has been relabelled CBC DAB

CBC Radio 1C00196 kbit/sMonoNews
CBC Radio 2C002224 kbit/sStereoClassical
Premier chaineC00396 kbit/sMonoNews
Espace MusiqueC004224 kbit/sStereoClassical
SRC_IPA1C00001128 kbit/sPacket Data

Source: Observations, 27.08.2006
CH, 11.04.2007



Block L8: 1465.024 MHz
DRB Plan: ON115
Operator: Master FM
Sites: CN Tower (8kW) plus 1 relay


CH___8
C058
3
CHIN
3
CHIN-FM
3
Mojo 640
3
Q107
3
KISS 92
II TII
18.02.2003
CH___8
C058
3
CHIN
3
CHIN-FM
3
Mojo 640
3
Q107
3
92.5JACK
II TII
17.11.2003
CH___8
C058
3
CHIN
3
CHIN-FM
3
Mojo 640
3
Q107
3
92.5JACK
II TII
19.10.2004
CH___8
C058
3
CHIN
3
CHIN-FM
3
Mojo 640
3
Q107
3
92.5JACK
II TII
27.08.2006
 
CHINC051224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
CHIN-FMC052224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
Mojo 640C053224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
Q107C054224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
92.5JACKC055224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has authorised Corus Radio to transfer the Service EDGE 102 (CFNY) from the Block L3 ensemble CHANNEL3 to the Block L8 ensemble CH___8 and Rogers Broadcasting to transfer the Service 92.5JACK (CJAQ) from the Block L8 ensemble CH___8 to the Block L3 ensemble CHANNEL3. The move will result in each broadcaster having all its services on one multiplex.

Source: Observations, 27.08.2006


Block L9: 1466.768 MHz
DRB plan: ON116
Operator: Master FM
Sites: CN Tower (8kW) plus 1 relay


CHANNEL 9
C009
3
CJYE
3
CJMR
3
CIRV
3
CIAO
3
CFMX
IITII
18.02.2003
CHANNEL 9
C009
3
CJYE
3
CJMR
3
CIRV
3
CIAO
3
CFMX
IITII
17.11.2003
CHANNEL 9
C009
3
CJYE
3
CJMR
3
CIRV
3
CIAO
3
CFMX
IITII
27.08.2006
 
CFMXC05F224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
CIAOC05E224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
CIRVC05D224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
CJMRC05C96 kbit/sMonoNo PTy
CJYEC05B96 kbit/sMonoNo PTy

Source: Observations, 27.08.2006



Block L15: 1477.232 MHz
DRB plan: ON111
Operator:
Sites:



Vancouver

Block L4: 1458.048 MHz
DRB Plan:
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air:

This ensemble has not been seen recently and is assumed to have ceased.

DAB DEMO 1
0010
3
CHUM RADIO
3
QM-FM
3
CFUN
IITII
13.02.2004
 

Source: Observations, 13.02.2004



Block L5: 1459.792 MHz
DRB Plan: BC211
Operator: CBC
Sites: Mt Seymour (CBC) (200w), Burnaby (200w)
On-Air: October 1998 (pilot); May 2000 (launch)


CBC/SRC
001A
2
Radio One
2
Radio Two
2
Radio 3
2
Premiere
2
Culturelle
IITII
13.02.2004
CBC/SRC
C102
3
CBC Radio 1
3
CBC Radio 2
3
CBC Radio 3
3
SRC Premiere
3
Espace Musique
IITII
13.10.2004
 
CBC Radio 1C001128 kbit/sStereoInformation
CBC Radio 2C002192 kbit/sStereoClassical
CBC Radio 3C003192 kbit/sStereoInformation
Espace MusiqueC005192 kbit/sStereoClassical
SRC PremiereC004128 kbit/sStereoInformation

Source: Observations, 13.10.2004



Block L6: 1461.536 MHz
DRB Plan: BC212
Operator: Corus Radio
Sites: Mt Seymour (Rogers)(200w), Burnaby (200w)

CORUS Radio
0010
3
CKNW AM980
3
ROCK 101
3
NW2 AM730
3
99.3 THE FOX
3
CKNW DEMO
II TII
13.10.2004
 
Since the above Snapshot was taken, this ensemble is reported to have ceased.

CKNW AM980006F224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
NW2 AM73000C5224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
ROCK 10100C4224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
99.3 THE FOX00C6224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy

Source: Observations, 13.10.2004
Corus Radio, 29.10.2004



Block L7: 1463.280 MHz
DRB Plan: BC213
Operator:
Sites:

No transmissions were observed on Block L7.

Source: Observations, 13.02.2004



Block L8: 1465.024 MHz
DRB Plan: BC214
Operator:
Sites: Mt Seymour (Rogers)(200w), Burnaby (200w)

CHANNEL8
C010
3
NEWS1130
3
Jack FM
3
CISL
3
Z95
3
CLEAR FM
II TII
13.02.2004
CHANNEL8
C010
3
NEWS1130
3
97KISS
3
CISL
3
Z95
3
XFM
II TII
13.10.2004
 
Since the above Snapshot was taken, this ensemble is reported to have ceased.

CISLC003224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
NEWS1130C001224 kbit/sStereoNews
XFMC005224 kbit/sStereoRock
Z95C004224 kbit/sStereoTop 40
97KISSC002224 kbit/sStereoSoft Rock

Source: Observations, 13.10.2004




Victoria

Block L12: 1472.000 MHz MHz
DRB Plan:
Operator: OK Radio
Sites: Malahat Ridge

Two Services will be broadcast, CKKQ-FM Victoria and CJZN-FM Victoria, although OK Radio, who own both FM stations, propose to broadcast not more than 14 hours of non-simulcast programming each week. In granting the authorisation in March 2004, the Commission gave OK Radio 24 months to begin transmissions, although the licence itself is only valid until August 2006.

CKKQ-FM kbit/s
CJZN-FM kbit/s

Sources: OK Radio
CRTC



Windsor

Block L19: 1484.208 MHz
DRB Plan: ON122
Operator: CBC Radio-Canada
Sites:

These test transmissions have now ceased. There are understood to be no plans to resume these transmissions any time soon.

CHUM/CBC
C000
3
CKWW
3
CKLW
3
CIMX
3
CIDR
3
CBC Radio 1
3
CBC Radio 2
II TII
18.10.2004
 

Source: Observations, 18.10.2004



China



Beijing

According to the Asia DAB Committee, a pilot three-transmitter SFN is operational in Beijing, Tianjin and Langfang. Asia DAB reports the ensemble to be using Block 10A.



Guangdong

Guangzhou

Block 10A: 209.936 MHz
Operator: Radio, Film & Television Bureau of Guangdong Province
Sites: Foshan (1.2 kw), Guangzhou (formerly Canton) (600 w) and Zhongshan (1.2 kw)


Coverage map

A pilot transmission operated on 85 MHz. In 1999 the network was updated and transmissions continue in Band III. The ensemble now carries video and audio in the DMB format.

RealVideo
 Video
I TII
31.07.2002
 
Video kbit/sDMBDMB service

Source: Radio Foshan
Radio, Film & Television Bureau of Guangdong Province


Shenzhen

Block 5B: 176.640 MHz
Operator:
Sites:

This ensemble has been received in Kong Kong near the mainland border.
It is believed that television services are also being broadcast.

SZ-TV 1
898128 kbit/sStereo
971128 kbit/sStereo

Source: RadioFeeds, 13.11.2007


Block 5C: 178.352 MHz
Operator:
Sites:

This ensemble has been received in Kong Kong near the mainland border.
It is believed that television services are also being broadcast.

SZ-TV 2
942192 kbit/sStereo
1062192 kbit/sStereo

Source: RadioFeeds, 13.11.2007



Croatia


Wiesbaden Plan:
Croatia is allocated 12A, 12B, 12C, 12D in Band III and LA, LB, LC, LD, LE and LF in L-band.


Block 12C: 227.360 MHz
Wiesbaden: HRV00560
Operator: HRT
Sites: Mnt. Sljeme
On-Air: 1997

HRT
0001
4
HRT-HR 1
4
HRT-HR 2
4
HRT-HR 3
I TII
16.04.2004
HRT
0001
3
HRT-HR 1
3
HRT-HR 2
3
HRT-HR 3
I TII
05.04.2005
 
HRT-HR 10001192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy    *1
HRT-HR 20002192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
HRT-HR 30003192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy

*1) Service Label and Service Component Label differ. Other Label Comp1.

Source: Observations, 05.04.2005



Czech Republic



Prague


Block 10A: 209.936 MHz
Operator: Teleko
Site: Prague - Rošického stadion
On-Air: October 2005

Radio Česko48 kbit/sMono
ČRo Leonardo160 kbit/s
ČRo D-dur224 kbit/s
ČRo1 Radiozurnal192 kbit/s
ČRo 2 Praha192 kbit/s

Source: Teleko, 14.11.2005



Block 12C: 227.360 MHz
Operator: Teleko
Site: Prague - Rošického stadion
On-Air: October 2005

Ticho 1192 kbit/s
Ticho 2192 kbit/s
Ticho 3192 kbit/s
Ticho 4192 kbit/s
Ticho 5192 kbit/s

Source: Teleko, 23.11.2005



Block 12D: 229.072 MHz
Operator: České Radiokomunikace
Sites: Praha-Strahov
On-Air:



Frekvence 1 kbit/s
Evropa 2 kbit/s
Radio Impuls kbit/s

Sources: České radiokomunikace, 2005



Block LC: 1456.384 MHz
Operator: České Radiokomunikace
Sites: Praha-město
On-Air:
March 1999 - December 2000
2005

Frekvence 1 kbit/s
Evropa 2 kbit/s
Radio Impuls kbit/s

Sources: České radiokomunikace, 2005


Denmark


For more information about DAB in Denmark, visit DR Online.


National Ensembles

Block 12C: 227.360 MHz
Wiesbaden: DNK10001
Operator: Danmarks Radio
Transmission: BSD
Sites: Hillerød; Gladsaxe; Margretheholm; København vest - Hove; Næstved; Sønder Højrup; Helsingborg; Nykøbing - Sjælland; Kalundborg; Slagelse - Slots Bjergby; Nykøbing Falster - Egebjerg; Maribo; Svendborg; Ålborg - Frejlev; Tinghøj; Holstebro; Hadsten; Århus - Søsterhøj; Vejle; Esbjerg; Rangstrup; Kolding; Vendsyssel - Tolne; Thisted; Skive; Viborg; Grenå Herning; Ølgod; Julsminde; Sønderborg
Bornholm: Blykkobe; Rø

Future Sites: Nykøbing - Sjælland (2nd qtr 2004); Sønderborg (3rd qtr 2004); Ærø
On-Air: September 1995

DR DAB
03FF
3
DR Nyh..
3
DR Rock
3
DR Soft
3
DR Plus
3
DR Klassisk
3
DR Jazz
3
DR Boogie SKUM
ITII
20.04.2003
DR DAB
03FF
3
DR Nyh..
3
DR Rock
3
DR Soft
3
DR
Plus
3
DR Klassisk
3
DR Jazz
3
DR Boogie
1
ITII
25.04.2004
DR DAB
03FF
3
DR Nyh..
3
DR Rock
3
DR Soft
3
DR Sport
3
DR Klassisk
3
DR Jazz
3
DR
Boogieradio
3
DR
Litt..
1
ITII
17.04.2005
 
DR Boogieradio9007160 kbit/sJoint StereoPop Music
DR Jazz9006160 kbit/sJoint StereoJazz Music
DR Klassisk9005160 kbit/sJoint StereoSerious Classical
DR Litteratur900980 kbit/sMonoCulture
DR Nyheder900180 kbit/sMonoNews
DR Rock9002160 kbit/sJoint StereoRock Music
DR Soft9003160 kbit/sJoint StereoEasy Listening
SKY Radio192 kbit/sJoint StereoPop Music
DR DigitalE190000116 kbit/sDatapacket data

This ensemble is dynamic and other configurations and special-events services have been seen.


Source: Observations, 17.04.2005
MSB, 17.08.2005



Block 13B: 232.496 MHz (Jutland)
Block 11C: 220.352 MHz (Funen, Lolland, Falster, Zealand and Bornholm)

Sites:
13B Phase A: Ålborg - Frejlev; Tinghøj; Holstebro; Hadsten; Århus - Søsterhøj; Vejle; Esbjerg; Rangstrup; Kolding
13B Phase B: Vendsyssel - Tolne; Thisted; Skive; Viborg; Grenå Herning; Ølgod; Julsminde; Sønderborg
11C Phase A: Hillerød; Gladsaxe; Margretheholm; København vest - Hove; Næstved; Sønder Højrup
Bornholm: Blykkobe; Rø
11C Phase B: Helsingborg; Nykøbing - Sjælland; Kalundborg; Slagelse - Slots Bjergby; Nykøbing Falster - Egebjerg; Maribo; Svendborg
Operator: Danmarks Radio
Transmission: BSD
On-Air: December 2004



The ensemble is dynamic and operates in a variety of configurations during the course of the broadcast day:-

DR DAB2
9002
3
DR P1
3
DR P3
3
DR P4 Danmark
3
DR Gyldne
Genhør
3
DR
Erhv..
3
DR Kultur
3
DR
And..
3
DR
KanonKamelen
3
DR
Pol
ITII
17.04.2005
 
DR Barracuda160 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
DR Gyldne Genhør9013160 kbit/sJoint StereoEasy Listening
DR KanonKamelen9018128 kbit/sJoint StereoChildren's Progs
DR Kultur9015128 kbit/sJoint StereoCulture
DR P1901096 kbit/sMonoVaried Speech
DR P39011160 kbit/sJoint StereoPop Music
DR Sport128 kbit/sJoint StereoSport
Radio 100FM192 kbit/sJoint StereoPop Music

Source: Observations, 17.04.2005
MSB, 17.08.2005



Estonia


Block 10D: 215.072 MHz
Wiesbaden:
Operator: ERSK
Sites: Tallinn (250 w)
On-Air: 2000


The Raadioringhääling site has a coverage map available for download.

Test Ensemble
2001
3
Vikerraadio
3
Raadio 2
3
Klassikaraadio
3
Raadio 4
I TII
21.07.2003
 
Vikerraadio2001256 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
Raadio 22002256 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
Klassikaraadio2003256 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
Raadio 42004256 kbit/sStereoNo PTy

Source: Observations, 21.07.2003
Raadioringhääling


Future Planning
National Ensemble

Block 13C: 234.208 MHz
Wiesbaden: EST00001
Operator:
Sites:

Source: Raadioringhääling


Regional Ensembles

Eesti Pöhjaregioon
(North Estonia, inc. Tallinn)


Block LE: 1459.808 MHz
Wiesbaden: EST00002
Operator:
Sites:

Source: Raadioringhääling

Eesti Lõunaregioon
(SouthEast Estonia, inc. Valga, Tartu)


Block LC: 1456.384 MHz
Wiesbaden: EST00003
Operator:
Sites:

Source: Raadioringhääling

Eesti Läänaregioon
(West Estonia, inc. Pärnu)


Block LF: 1461.520 MHz
Wiesbaden: EST00004
Operator:
Sites:

Source: Raadioringhääling

Eesti Idaregioon
(NorthEast Estonia, inc. Kohtla Järve)


Block LA: 1452.960 MHz
Wiesbaden: EST00005
Operator:
Sites:

Source: Raadioringhääling


Finland

For further information about DAB in Finland see the pages of YLE.


Block 11B: 218.640 MHz   (Tampere, Toijala, Forssa)
Block 12B: 225.648 MHz   (Helsinki, Lahti, Uudenmaan Lääni)
Operator: Digita Oy
Sites:

This ensemble ceased on August 31st 2005. There are currently no DAB transmissions in Finland.

SUOMI 1 FINLAND 1
6201
3
YLEQ
3
YLE PEILI
3
YLE X3M
3
YLEX
2
3
YLE RADIO 1
3
YLEN KLASSINEN
I TII
22.07.2003
SUOMI 1 FINLAND 1
6201
3
YLEQ
3
YLE PEILI
3
YLE X3M
3
YLEX
2
3
YLE RADIO 1
3
YLEN KLASSINEN
I TII
22.07.2003
SUOMI 1 FINLAND 1
6201
3
YLEQ
3
YLE PEILI
3
YLE X3M
3
YLEX
2
3
YLEN KLASSINEN
I TII
22.07.2003
 

Source: Observations, 22.07.2003




Block 11C: 220.352 MHz
Operator: Digita Oy
Sites:

This ensemble ceased on August 31st 2005. There are currently no DAB transmissions in Finland.

UUSIMAA NYLAND
6401
3
YLE MULTIFOOR...
3
YLE
MO
3
YLE
WO
3
YLE FSR+
3
YLE VEGA
3
YLE SUOMI
I TII
20.07.2003
 

Source: Observations, 20.07.2003



Finland L-band Allocations

according to Maastricht 2002



France

See also Monaco



For further information about DAB in France, see the informative pages at http://www.vdldiffusion.com/dab/.



Paris


Block 9A: 202.928 MHz
Block LI: 1466.656 MHz
Operator: Towercast
Sites: Bagnolet Les Mercuriales (8kW); Paris Concorde Lafayette (4kW)
On-Air: July 2007


Capacity on Block 9A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.

towerCast DMB (1010)

ADO FME1F00001112 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
Africa 1E1F0000780 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
Europe 2E1F00008112 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
France Info DMBE1F0000696 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
Freq ProtestanteE1F0000980 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
MFME1F0000380 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
NRJE1F00000132 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
Radio FGE1F0000288 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
RTL 2E1F00005120 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
SkyrockE1F0000488 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
Vivre FME1F0000A160 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy

Source: VDL, 02.11.2007
VDL, 25.01.2008



Block 9B: 204.640 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 9B has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 11A: 216.928 MHz
Operator: DR
Sites: Tour Pleyel
On-Air: November 2007


Capacity on Block 11A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.

XP Pleyel (F200)

ALIGREF01056 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
CAMPUS PARISF00E56 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
ESPACE FMF00F56 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
FPPF00D56 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
MAGHREBF01456 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
NeoF00856 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
NOVAF00756 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
ORIENTF00A56 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
OUI FM - DABF006192 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
OUIFM - DAB +F00656 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
PROTESTANTEF01256 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
RADIO 74F01356 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
RADIO PLUSF01156 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
SWEET FMF00956 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
YFMF00C56 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy

Source: Various Reports, 07.11.2007



Block 11B: 218.640 MHz
Operator: VDL
Sites: la Défense
On-Air: October 2005; June 2006 -


Capacity on Block 11B has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.

VDL DMB
F204
3
RFI DMB
3
RMC DMB
3
BFM DMB
3
RTL DMB
3
OUI FM DMB
3
FUN RADIO DMB
3
TEST
3
RTL 2 DMB
I TII
17.01.2007
VDL DMB
F204
3
Audio 96
+
3
RMC DMB
3
BFM TV
3
RTL DMB
3
Au.. 40
+
3
Aud.. 64
+
3
Radio
du Radio
3
RTL 2 DMB
3
Au.. 32
+
3
POD..
RTL
I TII
20.02.2007
VDL - GRN DMB
F204
3
Référence
3
RFM
3
Le Mouv'
3
Rire & Chansons
3
TSF Jazz
3
BFM
3
Beur FM
3
FUN radio
3
Yvelines
radio
3
Espérance
I TII
02.11.2007
 
RéférenceF905128 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
Beur FME1F00229112 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
BFME1F0022788 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
EspéranceE1F00864112 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
FUN radioE1F00217112 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
Le MouvŐE1F00208128 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
RFME1F00212112 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
Rire & ChansonsE1F00226112 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
TSF JazzE1F00223136 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
Yvelines radioE1F00E91112 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy

Source: VDL, 02.11.2007



Block 11C: 220.352 MHz
Block LB: 1454.672 MHz
Operator: TDF
Sites: 11C: Tour Eiffel (2kW)
On-Air: October 2007


Capacity on Block 11C has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.

TDF_BL (F144)

France InterE1FFF201128 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
RTLE1FFF211128 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
Europe 1E1FFF213112 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
RMCE1FFF216112 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
Radio ClassiqueE1FFF221112 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
NovaE1FFF22A112 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
Oui FME1FFFE40112 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
VoltageE1FFFE45112 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
France MaghrebE1FFFE59112 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy
Cherie FME1FFFE85112 kbit/sJoint StereoNo PTy

Source: VDL, 02.11.2007



Block 11D: 222.064 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 11D has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 12A: 223.936 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 12A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.




Angers

Block 8D: 201.072 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 8D has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 9A: 202.928 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 9A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 9B: 204.640 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 9B has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 12A: 223.936 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 12A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Bordeaux

Block 7D: 194.064 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 7D has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 8A: 195.936 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 8A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 8B: 197.648 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 8B has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LD: 1458.096 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LD has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LN: 1475.216 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LN has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.




Brest

Block 7D: 194.064 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 7D has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 8A: 195.936 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 8A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LI: 1466.656 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LI has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LK: 1470.080 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LK has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Clermont-Ferrand

Block 12A: 223.936 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 12A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LA: 1452.960 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LA has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LH: 1464.944 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LH has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LK: 1470.080 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LK has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LO: 1476.928 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LO has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Dijon

Block LF: 1461.520 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LF has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LH: 1464.944 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LH has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LL: 1471.792 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LL has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LO: 1476.928 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LO has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Le Mans

Block 10A: 209.936 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 10A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 10B: 211.648 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 10B has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 10C: 213.360 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 10C has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 12A: 223.936 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 12A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Lille

Block 7C: 192.352 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 7C has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 7D: 194.064 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 7D has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 9A: 202.928 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 9A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 9B: 204.640 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 9B has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 9C: 206.352 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 9C has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.




Lyon

Block 7C: 192.352 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 7C has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 7D: 194.064 MHz
Operator: TDF
Sites: Lyon Fourvière (2kW)
On Air: October 2007


Capacity on Block 7D has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.

TDF LYON
F146
3
Europe1
3
RTL
3
France
Inter
3
RMC
Info
3
Radio
Classique
3
Cherie
FM
3
Radio
Esperance
3
Radio
Espace
3
Couleur
3
3
Autoroute
info
I TII
30.11.2007
 
Autoroute infoE1FFF001128 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
Cherie FME1FFFE85112 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
Couleur 3E14FF3D380 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
Europe1E1FFF213112 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
France InterE1FFF201128 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
Radio ClassiqueE1FFF221112 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
Radio EspaceE1FFF842112 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
Radio EsperanceE1FFF500128 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
RMC InfoE1FFF216112 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
RTLE1FFF211128 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy

Source: Observations, 30.11.2007



Block 8A: 195.936 MHz
Block 8D: 201.072 MHz
Operator: VDL
Sites: 8A: Mont Cindre (1.5 kW)
8D: Vienne (3kW); Valence (3kW) On Air: August 2007


Capacity on Block 8A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.

VDL ASF DMB
F801
3
Radio
Trafic FM
3
Scoop
3
NRJ Lyon
3
Espace
3
MFM
3
Classique
3
T..
3
BW..
3
Reference
I TII
10.08.2007
VDL ASF DMB
F801
3
Radio
Trafic FM
3
Scoop
3
NRJ Lyon
3
Frequence
Jazz
3
MFM
3
FB Drome
Ardeche
3
T..
3
BW..
3
Radio Trafic DAB
3
France info
ITII
30.11.2007
 
Radio Trafic DABF222224 kbit/sStereoAlarm!
FB Drome ArdecheE1F00905128 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
France infoE1F0020696 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
Frequence JazzE1F00841112 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
MFME1F00225128 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
NRJ LyonE1F00220128 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
Radio Trafic FME1F00222128 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
ScoopE1F00865128 kbit/sStream DataNo PTy
BWSE1F0000232 kbit/sPacket DataNo PTy
TPEGE1F000018 kbit/sPacket DataNo PTy

Source: Observations, 30.11.2007



Block 9A: 202.928 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 9A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 9B: 204.640 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 9B has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.




Marseille
(Aix-en-Provence et Aubagne)


Block 8D: 201.072 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 8D has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 9A: 202.928 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 9A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 9B: 204.640 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 9B has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LF: 1461.520 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LF has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LL: 1471.792 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LL has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.




Block LG: 1463.232 MHz
Operator: TDF
Sites: Grande étoile (13)

TDF:RADIO FRANCE
F201
3
Le Mouv
3
France
Info
3
Fip
3
France Musiques
3
France Culture
3
France Inter
II TII
18.04.2002
 
Fip192 kbit/sStereo
France Culture192 kbit/sStereoClassical Music
France Info96 kbit/sMonoContinuous News
France Inter192 kbit/sStereo
France Musiques224 kbit/sStereoClassical Music
Le Mouv'224 kbit/sStereo

Source: Observations, 18.04.2002


Metz

Block 10A: 209.936 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 10A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 10B: 211.648 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 10B has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 10C: 213.360 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 10C has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LC: 1456.384 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LC has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Nancy

Block 10A: 209.936 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 10A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 10B: 211.648 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 10B has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 10C: 213.360 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 10C has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LG: 1463.232 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LG has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.




Nantes

Block 9A: 202.928 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 9A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 9B: 204.640 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 9B has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 11A: 216.928 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 11A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 11B: 218.640 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 11B has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.



Block 11C: 220.352 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 11C has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LH: 1464,944 MHz
Operator: TDF
Sites:

FipF204192 kbits/sStereo
France CultureF202192 kbits/sStereo
France InfoF20696 kbits/sMono
France InterF201192 kbits/sStereo
France MusiquesF203224 kbits/sStereo
Le Mouv'F208224 kbits/sStereo

Source: VDL, 29.12.2002


Nice

Block 6D: 187.072 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 6D has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 7A: 188.928 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 7A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 7B: 190.640 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 7B has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 7C: 192.352 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 7C has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 7D: 194.064 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 7D has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.




Rennes

Block 9A: 202.928 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 9A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 9B: 204.640 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 9B has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LB: 1454.672 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LB has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LF: 1461.520 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LF has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.



Rouen

Block 9A: 202.928 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 9A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 9B: 204.640 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 9B has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LC: 1456.384 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LC has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LJ: 1468.368 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LJ has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Strasbourg


Block 6C: 185.360 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 6C has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 6D: 187.072 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 6D has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 7A: 188.928 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 7A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 7C: 192.352 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 7C has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.




Toulouse

Block LE: 1459.808 MHz
Operator: TDF
Site: Toulouse Bonhoure (31)


II TII
3
RCF
3
Europe
3
RTL
3
SUD RADIO
3
Radio Classique

 
Since the above Snapshot was taken, this ensemble has ceased.

Europe192 kbit/sJoint Stereo
Radio Classique256 kbit/sStereo
RCF96 kbit/sMono
RTL192 kbit/sJoint Stereo
SUD RADIO192 kbit/sStereo

Source: Observations, 16/17.06.2000



Block LG: 1463.232 MHz
Operator: TDF
Site: Toulouse Bonhoure (31)

TDF:RADIO France
II TII
3
Elisa
3
Le Mouv'
3
France Info
3
Fip
3
France Musiques
3
France Inter
16.06.2000
TDF:RADIO FRANCE
F201
3
Le Mouv'
3
France Info
3
Fip
3
France Musiques
3
France Culture
3
France Inter
II TII
18.03.2004
 
Le Mouv'F208224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
France InfoF20696 kbit/sMonoNo PTy
FipF204192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
France MusiquesF203224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
France CultureF202192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
France InterF201192 kbit/sStereoNo PTy

Source: Observations, 18.03.2004



Tours


Block 6D: 187.072 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 6D has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block 7A: 188.928 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block 7A has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LB: 1454.672 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LB has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.


Block LN: 1475.216 MHz
Operator:
Sites:
On-Air: 1st half 2009 (TBC)

Capacity on Block LN has been advertised by the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audovisuel (CSA). Closing date for applications is June 16th 2008. The CSA will first determine the eligability of applicants and then proceed with a selection process, expected to be concluded in December 2008 with the issuing of licences. By February 2009 at the latest, the successful licence holders should have notified the CSA of their choice of multiplex operator and transmission provider, which will be subject to CSA approval. The first transmissions from the new licence-holders are expected to follow in the first half of 2009.




Autoroute 10 (Poitiers - Tours)

Block LF: 1461.520 MHz
Operator: TDF
Sites: Tour DVRN, rue de la Fontaine-Blanche, Chambray-lès-Tours (37)
COFIROUTE/Montbazon, Montbazon (37)
COFIROUTE/Sainte-Maure, Sainte-Maure-de-Touraine (37)
COFIROUTE/Pussigny, Pussigny (37)
COFIROUTE/Châtellerault Sud, Châtellerault (86)
Site Poitiers Couronnerie, Poitiers (86)

TDF BLOC 3
F203
3
Autoroute FM
2
II TII
11.07.2004
 
Autoroute FMF222224 kbit/sStereoNo PTy
DonneesCofirouteE1F0001632 kbit/sDatapacket data

Source: Observations, 11.07.2004



I'd be grateful to receive information about other geographic areas.


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