The debate over IBOC is as strong as ever.
The recent introduction of the dual-antenna method has caught people’s attention, and is an efficient method for stations that already have a licensed auxiliary antenna to get on the air fast.
Sometimes we lose sight of the relationship between current in an antenna and the resulting field strength value.
The NAB Convention review covers various aspects of the convention, from the sessions to the exhibit floor to the talk in the aisles.
It may seem that a typical broadcast facility doesn't have all the safety concerns of a construction site or a manufacturing facility, but accidents happen.
Given industry opposition to relaxation of the third-adjacent channel protection standard, the matter may not see the light of day in the foreseeable future.
Tower inspection expenses are small compared to the financial consequences of not spending the money on one. However, make sure that this is actually
Until the advent of FM, combiners were rarely required. After FM was introduced, the need for a method of feeding two or more FM frequencies into a single
WQSX-FM chose the Intraplex for its IBOC upgrade and provides this review.
Sometime this year the Telecommunications Industries Association (TIA) will release the most comprehensive revision to the tower standards since 1996.
The IBOC system for FM as developed by Ibiquity is a fascinating engineering feat.
In the summer of 2003 we began our search to find the oldest transmitter in daily use. We received some submissions directly from stations, while others
One day we'll look back and remember when the digital age of radio began.
A 44-year old console, a cassette deck with hopes of greatness and a look at consumer music spending habits.
IBOC has been officially launched, but what do we do with the data capacity?
When considering methods to move information from one point to another, it is interesting to reflect on how our needs have changed over just the past 20 years.
A look at the oldest transmitter in daily use and a radio-training course from days gone by.
The FCC's newest prior coordination procedures for the Broadcast Auxiliary Service (BAS) took effect in October.
A station owner is motivated to build a top-notch facility serving a dynamic market.
After our review back to 1994, we look ahead to 2004 and investigate what the future of radio might be.
A look back at the Studio A820, DAB progress in 1994 and a continued increase in Internet media usage.
Despite the hiatus in nighttime operation for AM IBOC, antenna research is continuing in an effort to comply with the FCC's existing requirements of two antennas for FM IBOC, and develop a system using one antenna that will satisfy the FCC's requirements.
The Durst Organization, the real estate management company of The Condé Nast Building (4 Times Square) in New York City has undertaken the massive project of tripling the height of the tower high atop the building, coming into its own as a premier transmission facility.
If you want to know who is investing money into FM subcarriers, look no further than the computer giant Microsoft.