DRG London

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DRG London
Greater London 3
Licensed area Greater London
Frequency 11B (218.640 MHz)
Air date 25 February 2002[1]
Owner The Digital Radio Group (London) Ltd.
Website thedigitalradiogroup.co.uk

DRG London is a Digital Audio Broadcasting multiplex available in the London area that has been broadcasting since January 2002. It is also referred to as the Greater London 3 multiplex. The station operates from ten transmitters: Croydon, Alexandra Palace, Blue Bell Hill, Reigate, Guildford, Brookmans Park, Zouches Farm, BT Bedmont, High Wycombe and Kemsing.

The Kemsing site (2 kW) was replaced in 2010 by the more powerful Wrotham site (5 kW) in Kent.

Stations available[edit]

Service Service ID Bit rate Audio channels Description Analogue availability
Absolute Classic Rock C7C9 64 kbit/s Mono Classic rock
Absolute Radio 60s C3C4 64 kbit/s Mono 60s Music
The Arrow CDC6 128 kbit/s Joint stereo Soft rock
Chill C1C3 64 kbit/s Mono Chillout music from Global Radio
Colourful Radio CEC7 64 kbit/s Mono Soul music
Desi Radio C9C1 64 kbit/s Mono Panjabi talk and music 1602 kHz
Fun Kids C5C9 80 kbit/s Mono Children's radio, on air 0600—1900
Gaydio C9C9 128 kbit/s Joint stereo House, dance and pop music; gay-oriented news and entertainment
IBC Asia CAC1 64 kbit/s Mono Asian service
IBC Tamil C8C1 64 kbit/s Mono Asian service
Kismat Radio C8C0 80 kbit/s Mono LSF Asian talk 1035 kHz (London)
Panjab Radio CF99 64 kbit/s Mono LSF Panjabi service
Polish Radio London C1D0 96 kbit/s Mono Polish service
Premier Gospel C9C8 80 kbit/s Mono Gospel music, replaced Premier Christian Radio
Rainbow Radio CAC0 64 kbit/s Mono LSF African music station

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Radiocentre Commercial Radio Pocket Booklet 2007
  2. ^ Radio Now - London Radio Services

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