Radio magazine featured in NAB Radio Techcheck
Washington - Jun 18, 2007 - In its June 18 Radio Techcheck newsletter, the National Association of Broadcasters featured the Radio magazine Engineer's Notebook section of the Radio magazine website. Access the feature at RadioMagOnline.com/notebook.
The Engineer's Notebook is a compilation of resources and tips submitted by Radio magazine readers, contributors and staff. The topics covered include audio, RF, software, electronics and more.
One of the most popular items available is a True Type font set of electronic symbols. Another popular item is the instructions on building a shielded-loop AM antenna.
Submit your ideas for the Engineer's Notebook to radio@RadioMagOnline.com.
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