Routers, switches and hubs are integral parts of a wide-area computer network. Each has its own unique function.
Usually, bigger is better. But in the case of AM towers, taller is not always better. A very tall AM radiator is not always the best radiator. In fact,
For thirty years, many public radio stations built their public service model by broadcasting programs purchased wholesale from national program producers.
In our ongoing discussion about the business of contract engineering, we've touched upon the importance of managing records, resources and risks. This
Making money online is possible by using the complimentary aspects of the website and radio.
We all know that habits change. Radio listening habits (and naturally radio itself) have undergone some changes from their origin. The most dramatic change
Whoever said, the more things change, the more they remain the same, must have had the FCC in mind. More than 50 years ago, Form 301 was thin and did
Discussions with FM engineers unearthed concerns about radio's future when considered with reference to streaming, DAB/IBOC, RBDS, satellite radio, and
Digital audio console Auditronics ALM-12d: Combines the functions of a router and an on-air audio console into one package. The ALM-12d lets any input
While you attended the NAB, you kicked the tires and identified the purchases you want to make. What comes next?
The White House announced that President Bush will send to the Senate the names of Kevin J. Martin, Kathleen Q. Abernathy, and Michael J. Copps, three
Last month, I discussed three methods to remotely access your server dial-up, extranet and the virtual private network (VPN). This month, we will look
There is something fundamentally troubling about a format designed by a unilateral, proprietary group and not driven by an open standards process. NAB
Is there a future for Internet radio? It depends on whom you ask. The news in mid-April certainly put a damper on all things audio on the Internet. First,
Broadcast engineers are an eclectic bunch. Put a few of them together at a social function, and you're likely to hear a discussion about almost anything.
Like mushrooms after a heavy rain, unwanted reradiators sometimes appear almost overnight in the near field of AM antennas.
If you ask most broadcast managers about going digital, you will probably get a response like, It's not a question of if; it's a question of when. However,
Fundamentally, data communications networks provide a means to access and deliver information to users over a common infrastructure.
The FCC has proposed a new schedule of annual regulatory fees.
Radio has been resilient enough to recover from every downturn it has experienced with an even higher subsequent peak.
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