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It seems to me that the single most important factor for a DCC system, outweighing all other considerations, is compatibility.

This seems to have been well established in USA, a very large and influential market. Then it follows that this large and solid base should be built upon further by Hornby, that is if they want even a small part of the USA potential. But maybe they don't. Even so, it would still make sense to be an influential part of a world standard, assuming that Hornby wants to progress its recent Continental acquisitions in mainland Europe. It would actually make considerable sense if Hornby were to rationalise all of their European acquired technology and standards in an effort to rationalise their entire product line for the future.
 
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