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Monday, 26 July 2004

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Bob Miller

The GAO report was expected to say exactly what it said. They were instructed specifically not to investigate the real reason the Berlin transition was short and sweet.

They are using a TV modulation in Berlin that works so well that the consumer can take an inexpensive receiver home and it works plug and play without the need for a fancy roortop antenna or other fancy footwork.

Till now in the US it was expensive and difficult to receiver any or more than a few digital stations even after a lot of money and time.

Our US digital transition now however may get off the ground as a new recever due this fall is far far better than all previous receivers and will facilitate the transition finally.

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