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July 2004 Contents Online
Highlights of news items from the July 2004 issue.
College Physicist Invents New Antenna Technology
An employee in the University of Rhode Island’s Physics Department has invented a reduced-size monopole antenna.
Vermont Tower Felled by Vandals
The self-supporting tower for WDOT-FM had its anchor nuts removed on June 16.
Defense Bill Passes with Indecency Language in Place
After a 99-1 vote, the Senate bill moves to the House committee for a final draft.
Radio Automation Pioneer Passes
Dane Roach (1959-2004) died June 20 in Emmetsburg, IA. During his career he worked for The Management, Smarts Broadcast Systems and TM Century.
Learn more about the new method of creating the IBOC signals in this white paper.
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Today in Radio History
The history of radio broadcasting extends beyond the work of a few famous inventors.
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Minneapolis Public Schools upgrades their aging equipment with new Audio over IP technology
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