What's in store this year? Lots of new products, more sessions than ever, several high-profile speakers, and an expanded convention scope. It truly is an electronic media expo.
One of the most useful aspects of having network access to a remote site is being able to look at the functionality of various remote devices simply by opening a Web browser and connecting to them over the Internet.
A live performance hall highlights the new studios of Alpha Broadcasting
A condensed look at the NAB sessions of interest to broadcast engineers, including the Broadcast Engineering Conference and some other sessions.
At the heart of the moment method proof is a computer model using an appropriate software package, however, the moment method proof, is not applicable in all cases or array designs.
Over the years, the FCC has reduced the amount of information that licensees are required to submit with their renewal applications, but the FCC requires licensees to make a series of certifications by which licensees confirm that they have complied with the FCC's rules.
Products and Technology
Mike Kernen says the Omnia One is designed to lower cost, guesswork, confusion and space requirements for an audio processor.
Ron Bartlebaugh tames room acoustics with several acoustic control products from Halo Audio.
New products to be shown at the 2011 NAB Show, including some from 25-Seven Systems, Digital Alert Systems, Harris, JK Audio, Staco Eneryg Products and Tieline Technology.
Need a wireless IP link at a remote site? Here are some ideas to try.
Manx Radio, a commercial radio station on the Isle of Man, ordered several MX6/3 mixers in 1977.
Younger adults are leading the way in increased mobility, preferring laptops to desktops and using cell phones for a variety of functions, including Internet, e-mail, music, games and video.
The online headlines from the March 2011 issue of Radio magazine.
This month: Ron Bartlebaugh, director of broadcast engineering, WKSU stations, Kent, OH
Links to the advertisers in the March 2011 issue of Radio magazine.
Today in Radio History
The history of radio broadcasting extends beyond the work of a few famous inventors.
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EAS Information More on EAS
The feed provides feeds for all US states and territories.
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Information from manufacturers and associations about industry news, products, technology and business announcements.
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Also in the January Issue
- Trends in Technology: AES-X210, The "Missing Piece" of AES67?
- FCC Proposes Online Publc File Rules for Radio
- RF Engineering: Licensing AM Stations Using Method of Moments
- Field Report: Zoom H6