The 130-page FCC Fifth Report and Order on EAS addresses many of the ongoing concerns with EAS, but there are still a few details that are not yet settled. So what's new? Here's an overview.
Artist Experience and asymmetrical sidebands present new opportunities for HD Radio.
The FCC has allowed stations to use Method of Moments proofs, and WAOK-AM in Atlanta, is one of the first stations to implement the technology.
In February 2009 the FCC formally permitted the use of Method of Moments (MoM) modeling. Kevin McNamara explains the concepts of using this tool.
Lee Petro discusses several potentially sticky situations broadcasters should try to avoid during political ad season.
Products and Technology
The Flames Sports Network chose IP for college football and basketball broadcasts, and it relies on the Tieline Bridge-IT to get there and back.
The human voice is capable of a wide dynamic range, which is why it makes sense to run a station's mics through a mic processor.
New products from Alesis, LBA Technology, Titus Technological Laboratories and more.
Now that the IPAWS OPEN server is on-line, it makes sense to get your CAP-enabled EAS equipment going.
Have some ferrites but don't know their value? Here are some resources.
Why carry an ac-to-USB converter with you? Install one at the outlet.
Chris Wygal built bass traps for his personal studio.
The Lost Photographs of Cleveland Deejay Tommy Edwards is an exhibit that features more than 30 images of 1950s music, film and television stars.
The online headlines from the February 2012 issue of Radio magazine.
Links to the advertisers in the February 2012 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.
Staying on-air is priority #1, but 100 percent redundancy comes at a cost.
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