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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.

Split-Level Combining
Learn more about the new method of creating the IBOC signals in this white paper.




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