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Dielectric Hosts Annual Radio Executive Roundtable
Raymond, ME - Aug 28, 2007 - Dielectric Communications hosted radio engineering executives from around the country during the company's annual FM Engineering Executive Conference in Sebasco, ME, Aug. 15 to 17. During the event, attendees learned from Dielectric's top engineers about a variety of topics, including filter/RF system theory, RF myths revealed, HD Radio implementation methods, antenna theory and LED tower lighting conversion. Terry Cockerill from Harris participated in the event with a presentation on isolation and IBOC systems, while Mike Woods of Nautel spoke to attendees on techniques for improving FM HD Radio transmission and reception.
An overview of Dielectric's product offerings and the broadcasting scenarios for which they are best suited was presented, along with an in-depth discussion on the installation, maintenance and operation of the company's popular RF Scout remote monitoring system. Tours of the manufacturing facility were also provided.
To attend next year's event, contact Dielectric at 561-735-0835 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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