DAB+ is widely used in analog and digital television broadcasting. Its operating frequency band is in the VHF band III, which is at 174-230 MHz and designed by RH-AUDIO Commercial Sound System Manufacturer
Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) is also a digital radio standard. When DRM was first developed, it was mainly used for broadcast bands below 30 MHz and AM broadcast bands of 531-1602 kHz. The latest version, DRM +, operates in the band below 30 MHz and VHF to 108 MHz. Currently, in Australia, analog FM radio will use these VHF frequencies.