You have seen the TV spots for the latest and greatest products that we just can't live without. Recently there was one that caught the eye of our reviewer. It might have caught your eye as well.
The state of current networking technology now permits users several flexibility for the reconfiguration of any office environment.
February marks the 80th birthday of WTIC in Hartford, CT.
The new market definition does not rely solely on determinations by Arbitron. Arbitron merely defines the market.
New products from Behringer, Contour Hardening, Digigram, Edirol, Kenneke Communications, Ledtronics, Symetrix, Tascam and Vestax.
The recorder automatically senses and changes a digital sampling rate, making it possible to do digital transfers from MDs, DATs and other digital signals that are sampled at 32kHz or 48kHz.
For it to succees, stations need to create excitement about IBOC.
While a single digital transmission standard has not yet been adopted by the FCC, the industry has already begun moving to IBOC. Despite this, HD Radio isn't the only game in town.
The Imedialogger can record 12 audio sources and can play back and record simultaneously. The Bonneville St. Louis stations put it to the test.
Radiovisa in Los Angeles has installed a consolidated router and console system from SAS. The system reduces the cabling needs as well as the in-studio equipment needs for the stations.
A classic oscilloscope and the motor generators at KGO are our look at the past. Also take the pulse of the industry with Radio by the Numbers.
New products from ATI, Audio Design Associates, Audio Science, Dielectric, Digigram, DK Technologies, LEA International and Professional Sound.
The directional antenna system is a unique balance of art and science. Keeping it in top operating condition will preserve the system's efficiency and likely keep it in compliance with the FCC.
The Denver Waiver reflects an effort by the FCC to adjust its general FM allotment standards--developed for universal application to all situations across the country--in acknowledgment of the fact that some circumstances don't fit conveniently into a universal mold.
The lines between audio and data are blurred further every day. Recent technology and product introductions take this even further.
More reader comments regarding the AM radio bandwidth reduction by Clear Channel and Crawford.
After the third lightning strike, Joe Ternovan, chief engineer of Infinity Columbus, OH, looked into other means of protecting the system from lightning strikes through the telephone line. He found the Clenney Communications Optelator.
Featured headlines from the Currents Online in the December issue.
Remembering the Auditronics Destiny 2000, a review of radio listening in 1927, and the habits of radio listeners and TV viewers with online shopping.
The phasor is not the frightening cabinet of horrors that some engineers consider it to be. While it may seem daunting, a basic understanding of its operation will make maintenance of the antenna system much easier.
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