September 1, 2014
In the early days of broadcasting (both radio and television) engineers had to understand the art of audio mixing. Maybe from just a single performer to a full orchestra. Over the years the need for this type of knowledge … Continue reading
The FCC recently adopted a Report and Order to streamline and eliminate outdated provisions of its Part 17 Rules governing the construction, marking, and lighting of antenna structures.
The Commissions goal was to improve compliance and enforcement while eliminating unnecessary and burdensome … Continue reading
The annual ABA Convention is this Friday and Saturday August 15th & 16th.
On Saturday we will offer four excellent technical seminars covering “Audio and Video over IP”.
Registration will start at 8:30 AM.
9:00 – 10:00
Using IP for Remote Broadcast
Chris Crump, Comrex
10:15 – … Continue reading
July 24, 2014
It is not your father’s broadcast station anymore….
Gone are the days of replacing needles on a tone arm, adjusting the bias on a quad VTR, dubbing music carts in real time, wiring a 25 pair cable to a Christmas tree block and oh yes waiting for … Continue reading
There are a number of events coming up that engineers should take note of.
The ABA Engineering Academy will be conducting the Radio Engineering Class July 14th – 18th. The Television Engineering Class will be held September 8th – 12th.
These classes are offered by the ABA Engineering Academy at … Continue reading
June 13, 2014
Although not “technical” now this will effect the engineering department in a large way in the end.
It maybe summertime in the South….but it is getting colder in Washington by the minute.
The FCC has instituted yet another application filing freeze! The Commission released a Public Notice … Continue reading