Currents Headlines from the June 2011 Issue
The online headlines from the June 2011 issue of Radio magazine.
NYC Unveils Nation's First Public Safety System
PLAN is a free service that will allow customers with an enabled mobile device to receive geographically targeted, text-like messages alerting them of imminent threats to safety in their area.
EAS @ 2011 NAB Wrap Up
Gary Timm shared his view of EAS from the 2011 NAB Show at the AWARE website.
Alabama Storm Warnings Use Alert FM for Signaling
In Alabama, the Alert FM system is deployed in 18 counties across one-third of the state.
Digital Alert Systems Dasdec, Monroe Electronics One-Net Complete IPAWS Conformity Assessment
The IPAWS Conformity Assessment verifies the productsconform to requirements for receiving alerting messages from the FEMA IPAWSsystem.
Burk Technology Brings IP to GSC3000 and VRC2500
The GSC/VRC IP Converter offers IP connectivity tailor made for the GSC3000 and VRC2500.
TFT Offers Options for Model 3320 CAP-to-EAS Converter
The new options expand the capabilities and applications of the Model 3320 for text-to-speech conversion, external relay closure and an LCD setup panel.
Nautel Surpasses 10,000 Sales Worldwide
While Nautel started with solid-state transmitters 42years ago, the recent history of company has been marked by accelerated growth.
See video demonstrations of the top 15 new products from the 2011 NAB Show.
All the important radio broadcast events are listed on the Radio magazine events calendar.
The 2011 NAB Show in review, including the Pick Hits, Editor's Picks, new products and Photo Blog; KTSC gets an upgrade; and Field Reports on the Blue Mikey and IK Multimedia iRig Mic.
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