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Patton has built more than 125 studios during his career, and he enjoys working on AM directional antennas, rebuilding transmitters and troubleshooting RF and audio equipment. He has built a 50kW AM (a two-tower DA) in Honduras, is building an island-wide chain of transmitter sites in Jamaica, is writing custom software for AM broadband tuning network design and is building the NPR affiliate stations' studio facilities in Houston and Louisville, KY.
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