Shaping radio today and tomorrow 

The oldest transmitter in daily use | Crown | S-DARS awareness

Improving network reliability 

While most well designed and properly installed Ethernet networks rarely experience catastrophic failures, performance can slowly degrade and then the network slows dramatically.

New Products (Nov 2002) 

AKG | Dielectric | Harris | Mackie Designs | O.C. White | Scott Studios | TDM Data Solutions

Radio renewal cycle approaches 

Within the next year, station licenses will begin to come up for renewal.

DA maintenance 

With the FCC's reduced logging requirements, there is no excuse for a directional array not to have adequately written maintenance logs.

The art of the contract 

While everyone recognizes the fundamental purpose and principles behind contracts, it is a topic rarely discussed on the engineering side of broadcast radio.

Multitenant towers 

The use of somebody else's tower can be attractive, but before rushing into a contract with an existing tower owner, consider all the problems that can occur.

Report card 

The NAB Radio Show in review.

New Products (Oct 2002) 

ATI Group (Audio Toys) | Gangverk ehf | Harris | Holland Shielding Systems | Jasoni Electronics | Klein + Hummel | LPB | OKM Soundman | Otari | Pulsecom | Radio Future | Slingspot.com | Softwright

Switched networks 

Building a smarter network with switches instead of hubs.

Meet Mike Patton 

Meet the professionals who write for Radio magazine.

FCC clamps down on Longley-Rice 

Longley-Rice is commonly used when the standard prediction method shows a shortfall in city-grade coverage.

Shaping radio today and tomorrow 

The PC turns 21 | The Ramko Phasemaster | Trends in Webcasting

Always remembering 

Our readers speak up.

Diplexing AM transmitters 

When vertical real estate is at a premium, diplexing AM stations may offer an cost-efficient alternative.

Archiving and storage 

Make the archives useful while preserving their longevity.

Data backup systems 

It is possible to backup data directly to flash-type memory devices, but there are safer methods.

Need for EEO rules explored 

In June, the Commission held an en banc hearing on the need for new broadcast and cable equal employment opportunity (EEO) rules.

Meet Mitch Todd 

Meet the professionals who write for Radio magazine.

Completed cycle 

The change, though subtle, is important to note.

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