With DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) radios, the information is sent in a coded numeric format and is, therefore, harder for the signal to experience interference. In addition, digital sound tends to be much clearer as digital radio tends to read at gigahertz whereas analogue reads at kilohertz or megahertz. The advantage of portable digital radios is the device is able to receive analogue signals as well as digital so the user can listen to AM or FM radio depending on their preference. However, this option comes with a quite literal cost; digital portable radios tend to be more expensive than standard analogue portable radios.
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DAB stands for Digital Audio Broadcasting and is the future of radio broadcasting. Some key benefits of “going digital” are that once you've purchased your brand new digital radio you can enjoy benefits for free, forever. Also, you get a wider selection of radio stations to choose from, including both local and nationwide stations. Some towns and cities will have 40 or more digital stations. At least double the number currently available to most people on FM. DAB digital radio means interference free listening wherever you are either at home or on the move.