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As a year draws to a close we like to look back and review the events of the past 12 months. What we see is a mix of good and bad. Still, the look back helps us look ahead.
As part of this look back, we pulled the statistics for articles accessed at RadioMagOnline.com. We focused on three areas: the site overall, Facility Showcase articles and the Radio Currents. We post a great deal of information online at RadioMagOnline.com, and it's interesting to see what you access when you visit the site.
Being that today's newsletter is being delivered on New Year's Eve, we decided to dedicate this issue of the Currents Weekly E-mail to our own top article lists.
Thanks for reading Radio magazine and accessing RadioMagOnline.com
-- Chriss Scherer, CPBE CBNT
editor, Radio magazine
A variation on the antenna's construction.
When a tower is not properly lit because of a light outage, the tower owner is required to notify the FAA. Here's how you do it.
Marconi Radio awards are presented to stations and personalities exemplifying overall excellence in radio broadcasting.
Serial data explained Even though there are faster and easier ways to connect data devices, many older protocols, particularly RS-232, live on. I have
At one time, tower climbing and inspections were something that everyone and anyone could do. In today's safety-conscious world, it pays to play by the rules and do it right.
The Radio magazine magazine Engineer's Notebook covers electronic symbols, fcc id, conversions, and calculations - for engineers, managers and owners.
Radio magazine brings you the important dates in history that relate to radio broadcasting.
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When building its new broadcast production vehicle, MRN applied lessons learned from the past.
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