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RDA, which is already a factory-qualified installer of the entire
Wheatstone product line, adds the console line to its card.
Sirius Upgrades to PAC v4
The new version of the PAC v4 Audio Codec, developed by Ibiquity Digital, is derived from the latest generation of psychoacoustic modeling.
NWS Gets New Voices
The voices are more understandable and human-sounding than the previous voice.
FCC Forms Spectrum Policy Task Force, Begins First Task
Task Force will assist the Commission in identifying and evaluating changes in spectrum policy that will increase the public benefits derived from the use of radio spectrum.
Patriot Acquires Antenna Tooling from Eagle Communications
The purchase included tooling and inventory of 3.7 and 4.5 meter antennas, in addition to a set of high-volume production tools for a commercial quality 0.75 meter antenna.
ERI Names Jones to Engineering Manager
Kinsley Jones will plan and direct all engineering activities of the antenna division, including product development, product management, engineered systems and technical services.
Spacewise Intros Broadcastmate
Compact rack is ideal for remotes.
Baffling Cincinnati RFI Case Solved
Radio amateurs work with power company and WLW to identify troubling RFI case.
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