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Digital broadcasting is

the practice of using digital data rather than analogue waveforms to carry broadcasts over television channels or assigned radio frequency bands. It is becoming increasingly popular for television usage (especially satellite television) but is having a slower adoption rate for radio.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Digital broadcasting "allows for the use of digital compression technologies, which enable more efficient use of the radio frequency spectrum than analog technologies."[1]

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