New Products (February 2014) 

New products from Arrakis, ERI, Nautel, Wheatstone and more.

Tech Tips: More on Remote Controls 

Need an interface panel for a Burk ARC-16? You can make one yourself.

Resolutions You Really Can Keep 

Here are three resolutions you can put on your list that you should be able to keep.

Applied Technology: Studio Design - the Furniture 

The first thing in the room shouldn't be the last thing you think about.

Tech Tips: Drill a Hole in a Pipe Without a Drill Press 

Avoid the frustration of trying to freehand a hole straight through.

Amping Up the AM Service 

Lee Petro recaps the FCC's call for comments on a bevy of proposed rule changes intended to revitalize the AM broadcast service.

Demystifying Impedance Language 

A discussion to demystify some of the elusive language consulting engineers tend to use.

This Month in SBE History: Engineer Certification and Ethics 

While the early efforts of the society focused on strengthening FCC regulations for engineer requirements, the focus later shifted to the society taking on the role.

Do You Remember? The EV 668 

Designed for use on a boom, the mic has physical characteristics of two other legendary microphones.

New Life for Legacy Equipment 

Build your own relay interface panel and reuse an RF relay.

Update on LPFM Window and Foreign Investment in Licenses 

The FCC has been busy since the government shutdown in October 2013.

Do You Remember? Gifts of Holidays Past 

We look back at modern technology as holiday gifts...for 1953 and 1965.

The SBE: Looking Good for 50 

The engineering society celebrates 50 years in 2014.

Applied Technology: HD Voice 

Telephones remain low-fidelity because of choices made by telco network engineers decades ago. But there is better technology available now.

New Tower Construction Update Mainly for the Birds 

The FCC is in the process of streamlining the application process for building wireless infrastructure, which includes a proposal to eliminate many of the barriers that prevented the deployment of temporary towers, particularly during declared public emergencies.

Side by Side: Portable Recorders 

Five recorders that might be just what you're looking for to capture audio in the field.

Field Report: iZotope RX3 Advanced 

This is a production tool that can bring new life to old recordings from dated analog media, or just clean the noise from current material.

New Products (December 2013) 

New products from Auralex Acoustics, Harris, Rode, Wheatstone and more.

A Study in Contrasts 

Two radio facilities: While they are very different operationally, they have quite a lot in common.

FCC Looks to Update RF Exposure Rules 

After a decade of discussion, some changes have been implemented.

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