FM is a part of growing up with most people these days, and even when digital signals and networks are very common, many people still like to listen to FM or play traffic broadcasts in their cars. But with the development of the mobile network, everyone knows that FM will become a thing of the past, it’s just a matter of time.
Norway has been the first to try it recently. According to foreign media reports, the Norwegian National Radio has gradually stopped broadcasting analog FM sound and has turned to digital sound broadcasting. The promotion of the broadcasting industry is nothing but a full transfer from the analog signal method to the digital process.
In addition, the use of digital broadcasting can also be achieved through the DAB+ standard. Multiple programs can be broadcast on the same frequency, no longer limited by a single spectrum, and the problems of broadcast quality and interference have also been solved. You must know that the original analog signal broadcasting has regional coverage restrictions, and different regions have different FMs. Of course, there is another way out is to use the network, the network does not have this limitation, as long as it is covered by the network, you can enjoy it. And with the popularization of 4G networks, 5G is about to appear in the next few years. The bandwidth and network data throughput required for broadcasting are not too much, and digital methods can better improve the quality and stability of broadcasting.