Thoughts about IBOC 

Many engineers anxiously awaited the release of the National Radio Systems Committee's AM IBOC Report, in hopes that the report would reveal good news about AM IBOC.

Revenue from the Web 

While creating a station website is a simple proposition, making a successful website, one that extends the station's goals and makes money is a bit more challenging.

Renewal cycle begins in 12 months 

Now is the time to begin making preparations for the renewal process.

Who will buy? 

As IBOC gets closer to being a reality, radio stations are starting to see the light ahead. This light is not just the promise of an improved service, but also the realization that nothing in life is free.

Not just a memory 

Letters from our readers.

New Products (Apr 2002) 

Telos Systems | Nautel | Netia Digital Audio | Gentner/Clear One | IDT Impact Development | Audio-Technica | Rules Service Company | Burk Technology | Audio Processing Technology | Gepco | Pristine Systems | ATI | Energy-Onix | Audio TX | Shively | Superscope/Marantz | TC Electronic | Jutel | Loudeye | Sabine | Belar

New tower standards 

In the U.S., the joint TIA//EIA-222 standard oversees the design of broadcast and antenna supporting towers.

Firewalls and security 

As a general rule, security issues are most prevalent in computers attached to the Internet with dedicated, full-time connections, but can also become a problem with simple dial-in services.

Shaping radio today and tomorrow 

Cetec Sparta 603 and 605B | WTAQ-AM | DAB Around the World

The challenge of systems integration 

Like so many other facets of the broadcast industry, the role of the contract engineer continues to evolve around technological advancement.

Field Report: Broadcast Electronics Predator 

Solid-state, digital exciter

New Standards for Towers Near Historic Sites 

Broadcasters who propose to locate their antennas on new towers near historic sites will face greater scrutiny to determine the environmental impact of their towers.

Looking Good 

Welcome to the new look ofr BE Radio magazine.

Webcasting Made Legal 

A discussion of the the Digital Performance Right in Sound Recordings Act of 1995 (DPRA) and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (DMCA).

Not sold on IBOC 

Is IBOC not the answer? Glad to look back. Solid on solid-state.

Online Audio Processing 

It is generally advisable to use a separate processor when setting up an Internet stream for the purpose of re-broadcasting your station over the Internet.

Shaping radio today and tomorrow 

McCurdy studio | FM stereo | Age of engineers

NAB Extra! 2002 

What's the biggest part of the NAB convention? It has to be the products and services on the exhibit floor.

DA maintenance 

Directional antenna maintenance is primarily an ongoing process based on experience and adequate written records.

Field Report: SBS Guardian 2 

Composite and baseband audio fail-safe monitor.

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