Field Report: Broadcast Electronics Big Pipe 

When Clear Channel Minneapolis needed multiple T1s to handle its data, Jess Meyer looked for a better way. He found it in the Broadcast Electronics Big Pipe.

Field Report: Digigram VX882HR 

The VX882HR is a Windows-compatible PCI sound card suitable for a variety of radio and recording applications.

New Products (Dec 2005) 

New products from AKG, Armstrong Transmitter, Auralex Acoustics, Automation Systems Interconnect, Belden, Digidesign, Digital Juke Box, DK Technologies, Eddystone Broadcast, Edirol, Fiberplex, Furman Sound, Henry Engineering, Inovonics, Korg, Lawo, Lectrosonics, Middle Atlantic Products, Mojave Audio, Muxlab, Otari, Prism Sound, Road Ready Cases, Spectral Communications, Studio Network Solutions, Timewave and XP Sound.

Relaxed tribal notification standards 

Tower construction projects on tribal lands must be coordinated with local tribes. To prevent non-responses from keeping tower projects on hold, the Commission recently announced a new policy for dealing with tribal and native Hawaiian organizations.

Keep the HD Radio Rollout Simple 

While radio waits for the mass rollout of receivers with HD Radio capability, personal electronics devices are bypassing terrestrial radio completely.

Field Report: Airtools 6100 

KCUR views its Airtools 6100 profanity delay as insurance.

The current view 

The various flavors of IBOC were common topics at the recent fall conventions. While many choose to deny it, the HD Radio rollout is here.

Applied Technology: MPEG Surround for HD Radio 

Stations are experimenting with a variety of ways to broadcast surround sound over the air, which could be a significant driver for the acceptance of HD Radio.

Sign Off 

Digital music sales dominated the first half of 2005, while CD and DVD sales continue to slowly drop.

New Products (Nov 2005) 

New products from Acoustica, Belar, Cad Professional Microphones, Lexicon, Mackie, Marantz, Peavey Electronics, QSC Audio, Roland, SLS Loudspeakers and Sofratec.

New Products from the Fall 2005  

A brief review of products from this year's fall conventions from Broadcast Electronics, Continental Electronics, Genelec, Harris, Nagra, Sony, Tascam, Traffic.com and Wide Orbit.

The mystery of negative towers 

While negative towers are not as frequently used in directional antenna array designs, they can still be found in use. What exactly is a negative tower, and what does it do that is so different from a normal tower?

FM Auction 62 postponed 

The last-minute postponement of FM Auction 62 has chilled the enthusiasm of many would-be bidders.

Field Report: Eventide BD600 

The digital profanity delay has come a long way since its introduction so many years ago. Their usage has increased as well because of slips during broadcast events.

Getting it 

While there are still many opponents to the Ibiquity system, even these people are beginning to acknowledge that the system is here and is seeing acceptance.

New Products (Oct 2005) 

New products from Axia Audio, Digigram, Edirol, Fluke Networks, Genelec, Lowell Manufacturing, Otari, R.V.R., SLS Loudspeakers, Studio Technologies, Tascam and Weisinger Engineering Services.

Field Report: Logitek Mosaic 

Built to be rugged, the Mosaic provides a traditional console look to the flexibility of control from the Logitek Audio Engine.

Investing in people 

There has been a shift in importance from an industry that felt success was measured directly as function of its programming, to one where the technical product, whether resulting from improved on-air product or creating efficiencies that reduce costs, reigns supreme.

Respectfully yours 

Radio magazine's editorial coverage has sparked various responses from its readers, from the late-summer hurricanes to IBOC. Find out what people have to say.

XM plans terrestrial wireless operation 

XM now has applied for FCC consent to acquire terrestrial WCS frequencies, but there are those who strongly oppose the idea.

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