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AUTODAB NEW Ford Fiesta DAB Radio upgrade KIT

AUTODAB NEW Ford Fiesta DAB Radio upgrade KIT

Intelegent Ford Fiesta 2008-2010 DAB Radio Upgrade Kit - Plug and Play with Steering control intergration

Fits Ford Fiesta 2010 onwards

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Seamless DAB Intergration

This new Development from AutoDAB interfaces covering 90% of all vehicles on the road in Europe. DAB stations can be selected from the Vehicles steering wheel controls, allowing seamless DAB Intergration into your car. ** Price is excluding Installation




  • Compatatible with any FM origional radio
  • Compatable with all Aftermarket head units
  • Listen to 100's of new digital clear radio stations
  • Hide away design - No visable wires, or screen maunts required
  • Use existing car controls and radio desplays
  • Voice prompts menu system - intelegent voice menu for added safety
  • DAB / DAB+ / DMB support




AVAILALBE STATIONS - UK and many, many more every month



The unit will be supplied with a car specific adaptor lead that will intergrate into your cars wiring, simply plug and play adaptors. This is fitted with the AUTODAB interface to add steering controls to your car making manu and select navigation childs play.

The Interface with also include RDS - FM connectivity, adding aditional features and text control to your existing cars Head unit Desplay. This will enhance any cars existing screen or desplay to add the DAB thecnoloy and station selection. The DAB Radio Station names, will be present on screen via RDS Text.

What is DAB Digital Radio?

DAB Digital Radio is revitalises the radio experience in the UK. DAB stands for Digital Audio Broadcasting,and it is truly Revolutionising the way we listen to radio today. Traditional analogue frequency spectrumssuch as FM and AM have become overcrowded, leaving no space for new stations. In many areas listener nowhave double the choice of stations to listen to compared to FM radio.

Digital broadcasting also allows the sending of data and multi-media signals to your radio. DAB is a digitaltechnology and as such has many advantages over the traditional analogue broadcasting being used.

Better Reception - Crystal Clear, Interference Free Sound

DAB digital radio doesn't suffer from the annoying effects of interference caused by adverse atmosphericconditions or electrical interference, which can spoil analogue broadcasts. DAB Digital Radio sounds great!With DAB digital radio what you get is more robust reception and pure, clear CD-like quality sound. No more hiss,crackle, popping or fading of music, just great radio. You wont believe it until you hear it.

So Easy To Use
At a touch of a button you can tune into another DAB digital radio station. There will be no more fine tuningot searching for stations to get the best reception - a DAB set allows the listener to scroll through a list ofavailable stations - then simple tune in by pressing the 'select' button. Straight away you get super clear radioreception without the fuss.

Radio stations are displayed by their name, from the radio's LCD screen scroll through the many stationsat a touch of a button. No more frequencies to search through or differcult stations to remember.

One Station - Nationwide Coverage
All BBC and many Commercial radio stations are broadcast on the same single frequency wherever you are in the country.So when your traviling about, there is no need to re-tune your radio to keep listening to the same radio station,Even if your driving from London to Glasgow.


The DAB Technology

So who invented DAB?
DAB digital radio (Digital Audio Broadcasting) has been under development since 1981 at the Institut fürRundfunktechnik (IRT) and since 1987 as part of a European research project (Eureka 147). Broadcasters, researchinstitutes, network providers/operators and consumer electronics firms have contributed. The BBC pioneered DABdigital radio and was the first broadcaster in the UK to build a transmission network andstart broadcasting DAB in 1995.

So how does DAB technology work?
DAB radio works by utilising both MPEG and COFDM (Coded Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplex) technology whichconverts the music or speech from analogue signal into digital (binary) code. This vastly reduces the potentialfor the broadcast to be corrupted during transmission by weather conditions, and other problems that can degradethe quality of reception.

So how is DAB different from FM?
The 'multipath' interference which disturbs FM reception (caused by radio signals bouncing off buildings and hills)is eliminated in DAB. Digital radio sets have processors which filter out interference and correct signal errors.Digital radio is designed to use 'multipath' to its advantage. DAB technology allows the receiver to combinedelayed signals, making for a more robust reception overall.

Enjoy DAB - 22nd Jan 2012





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