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Digital audio broadcasting is a technique which gives listeners interference free reception of high quality sound, easy to use radio, and the potential for wider listening choice through many additional station and services. Current analogue FM radio broadcasting systems in VHF band cannot satisfy demands of future such as excellent sound quality, large number of stations and small portable receivers and no quality impairment due to multipath propagation. Digital audio technology has set technical quality standards, which are far beyond those available to radio broadcasting transmitted over the analog FM system. One of its lucrative features is improved mobile radio reception. DAB has the potential to make radio as we know now it as antiquated as the crystal models of bygone age.