The FCC has begun the process of awarding 359 FM radio station licenses at open auction. Here is a list of frequently-asked questions, and their answers,
A look at the theory of controlled parasitic reradiators and possible directional arrays using parasitic elements.
Wireless LANs have been around for a few years, but a lack of standards required that only components from the same manufacturer could be used. Today,
From the clear blue sky The article in the November 2000 issue on Satellite Services contains some misleading information on the StarGuide II Receivers.
While it may be an article of faith that broadcast engineers tend to be analytical, does it follow that we are naturals when it comes to business principles?
As the Internet continues to play a larger and larger role in our lives, the role of the radio station must change to suit the times.
Radio tends to favor a conservative approach. Once the innovator in RF technology and audio, radio now follows the lead of other industries. On the eve
It's always fun to write about the future of technology because it permits us to combine reality with imagination. It has been said that the best way
The Chief of the FCC Enforcement Bureau recently reminded all licensees that a renewed rule-enforcement effort at has been undertaken in the last 12 months
The adage of the new media age is "content is king," and such content attracts audiences. While this truth is undeniable, it's high time that the service
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Radio stations need qualified technical help. Most need it right now; many needed it yesterday. Radio stations in more than 100 markets are trying to
Broadcast engineers are becoming more difficult to find. The demands and requirements for the modern radio engineer are more stringent, and the discipline
Most radio engineers will agree that after the antenna and ground system, transmission lines are probably the most neglected item. For both AM and FM,
The push to digital facilities continues almost every-where. For radio, this not only includes RF transmission but also transmission via other means.
At one time, streaming audio or video required that you feed a signal through a codec that was attached to a dedicated digital telephone connection that
Contract engineering is a rewarding career for most who pursue it. It's certainly challenging - from both a technical and personal perspective. My experience
By now you should have a website for your station. If you don't, you have some catching up to do.
Many test instruments have been developed in the history of broadcast engineering. Some have had brief lives; others simply filled the needs that many
In response to the FCC's January 24 to January 28 window for applications for new AM stations and major changes to existing AM stations, the FCC received,
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