Thailand will likely use Australia's digital radio system as a model to migrate from analogue, says the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC).
Col Natee Sukonrat, chairman of the NBTC's broadcasting committee, said the regulator is studying the digital radio transition in Australia, the country that is viewed as the most successful in implementing the scheme.
"The digital radio transition is quite difficult for the NBTC to move on, as only a few countries have migrated from analogue to digital so far. So we must work closely with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and broadcasters," he said.
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