The importance of frequency coordination is made obvious.
Anyone considering the purchase of a construction permit should take a close look at a recent FCC decision rejecting a CP buyer’s efforts to get the permit extended.
The improvement of digital devices over analog is also obvious in most cases. But think about your facility: Is the digital improvement as good as it could be?
The PR&E ADX, IBOC at NAB1994 and radio listening habits.
When STL transmitter and receiver products kept coming up short, we turned to the new, high-power STL-20C.
The HD 280 Pro is a closed-back, circumaural design with neodymium drivers and an 8Hz to 25kHz frequency response.
Having an edge on the competition can make a difference. One important element in achieving that edge is delivering the highest quality product possible to a station's listeners.
Read comments and suggestions on a variety of topics from professionals in the radio industry.
This futuristic tale is about the Arbitron Portable People Meter (PPM), a new technology and system that may revolutionize the way radio and other media uses are measured.
Mic processing and EQ are commonplace at radio stations, but the right mic makes all the difference.
This call screener program can be networked and works with Telos and Comrex telephone systems.
As the FCC continues to delete mandatory measurements and checks from the Part 73 rules, some unintentional traps are opened for the unwary engineer.
KKXS, Shingletown, CA, improves its signal with a new antenna. Read about it in this review.
Three radio stations in Detroit moved into new facilities in 2000, all with unique circumstances: more than 40 workstations, linear-stereo storage for all stations, dual-touch screens in all control rooms and enough redundancy so that we would never go off the air.
For the seven years immediately preceding his Commission swearing-in, Jonathan Adelstein was senior legislative aide to Senator Tom Daschle (D-SD), who was majority leader of the Senate for much of that time.
Subband Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation is a non-perceptual method for reducing the bit rate of linear pulse code modulation encoded audio in real time. There are three commercial equipment options are available when adopting this method of compression.
With ISDN phone lines becoming commonplace just about anywhere in the world, broadcasters have come to rely on them to deliver high-quality audio from remote locations and events back to their studio.
Everyone needs the right tools for the job. Our goal at Radio magazine is to provide you with some of those tools.
1994: The EIA and NRSC review seven DAR systems at NASA's Lewis Research Center in Cleveland. Also, On the air in 1931 and a llok at listener loyalty.
When Cumulus began building a new facility for its stations in Houston, the primary design goal was that versatility and reliability would be emphasized on the studio end of the project.
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