Feel the Power 

From generator and UPS back-up to alternative sources, facility power is often-overlooked but mission-critical.

Tips on alternative power supply, road rack wiring, and rubber belts 

Alternative power supplies, road rack wiring and rubber belts.

Upbeat Digs 

Today, WNYZ, which covers Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Northern New Jersey, and Southern Connecticut, brings a new beat to the tri-state area.

The Pick Hits of the 2008 NAB Show 

The Radio magazine Pick Hits of the 2008 NAB Show are the top 15 new products of the convention as selected by the magazine's Pick Hits panel.

IP Broadcasting and Session Initiation Protocol 

Broadcasting over IP is rapidly becoming the paradigm by which broadcasters are planning future broadcast network infrastructures.

Establishing a SIP Connection 

Codecs manufactured by members of the Audio-via-IP Experts Group -- AETA, Mayah, Oban/CRL and Tieline -- are SIP compliant. This article details the handshaking communication to establish a reliable connection.

New Products from the 2008 NAB Show 

New products from the 2008 NAB Show from AEQ, Arrakis, Audio-Technica, Belden, Broadcast Devices, Broadcast Electronics, Clear-Com Systems, Comrex, Continental Electronics, Deva Broadcast, Edirol, ESE, Harris, HHB, Holophone, Klotz Digital, Nautel, Orban, Pristine Systems, RCS, Sealevel, Sonifex, Vorsis, V-Soft Communications and Wideorbit.

Technology Spotlight: Embedded Exporter 

Announced during the 2008 NAB Show, creating the embedded Exporter was a joint effort of the NAB HD Radio Technology Advancement Task Force and Ibiquity, and included the participation of Broadcast Electronics, Continental, Harris and Nautel.

Building the New Guild 

In 2007 plans were enacted to redesign the equipment layout and improve sound quality in the Ralph Guild Studio, built inside the Paley Center in 1992.

Tips, tricks, hints and more 

Big buttons, mic flags and free software.

The 2008 NAB Show, a Review 

Because of the size of the convention, it's likely you did not make it to every corner of the exhibits. That's where Radio magazine can help. Through our product wrap-up you can catch up on some of the items you missed.

Sample and Hold: HD Radio Rollout 

Radio magazine tracks the ongoing rollout of HD Radio

Higher-powered Sidebands 

The first difficulty in accommodating increased IBOC sideband levels is that, because of the higher peak-to-average AM component of the IBOC carriers, the transmitter must be derated from Class C saturated FM operation.

Top 10 Tech Tips for successful HD radio installation 

Ben Brinitzer has installed a number of HD Radio systems. He shares his top 10 tips for a successful installation

Open Mic: Metadata is the key 

Dan Mansergh shares his insight about the importance of program service data, and offers a tip on how to start providing it

Rise of the Console 

The reality is that there aren't that many analog consoles made any more, and installing them, in the old-fashioned way, just isn't that economical

Comfort & Sound 

When many people hear the term "small market radio" they get a mental image of old, worn-out equipment, shag carpet on the walls and rundown surroundings. WLOH in Lancaster, OH, defies this stereotype

Tips on punching in, light switch modification, mic flags, and fans 

Punching in, leaving the light on, mic identity and staying connected

Streamlined Station 

When I first assumed the chief engineer duties at WHKP, I inherited a facility that, while beautiful and functional, was aging as far as broadcast equipment. The station had been using a DOS-based automation system since the mid-1990s for traffic and play-out of commercial material

Digital Audio Basics 

With the increasing amount and complexity of digital audio equipment, video multiplexing/de-multiplexing, complex routing paths and cable defects/influences, problems can develop with the digital audio signal

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