NAB Announces Tech Program for 2007 Radio Show


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Washington - May 28, 2007 - The 2007 NAB Radio Show will be held in Charlotte, NC, Sept. 26 to Sept. 28. The NAB has announced the technical program agenda for the convention.

  • Sept. 26
    NAB Radio Engineering Forum
    The forum is still in development, but will typically cover topics including digital transmission, audio processing, facility improvements, IP audio technology, antenna systems and remote broadcasting.

  • Sept. 27
    NAB RF Safety Course
    This overview of RF radiation issues for broadcasters will cover RF radiation effects, FCC and OSHA regulations and workplace hazards.

  • Sept. 28
    NAB AM/FM Transmitter Workshop
    This session provides an in-depth look at transmitter troubleshooting. It will cover basic AM and FM theory, routine maintenance techniques, troubleshooting, and a discussion of potential HD Radio installation problems.

    More info on the convention is available at www.nabradioshow.com.



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