February 22, 2014
The Television Broadcast Engineering class starts Monday March 3rd and runs through Friday March 7th. There is still time to sign up.
This class is designed primarily for those interested in learning more about the technical side of television … Continue reading
February 7, 2014
In light of several recent Notices of Apparent Liability (NAL) issued by the FCC to AM stations, we thought we would remind engineers that maintain AM directional sites the importance of monitoring and documenting the operation closely. The FCC has found that a number of stations failed to … Continue reading
January 15, 2014
A certificate inside the firmware for the SAGE digital ENDEC has just expired. If you do not upgrade to the newest firmware, you will miss the IPAWS CAP based EAS tests and alerts. The firmware upgrade is on the SAGE web site, as well as … Continue reading
January 13, 2014
FEMA has issued a notice that due to an unknown problem the Required Weekly Test (RWT) from IPAWS was not sent Monday January 13, 2014. They are looking into the problem at this time.
A quick reminder you still have time to register for our Radio Engineering class … Continue reading
December 20, 2013
First let me wish everyone a very special Merry Christmas and hope all transmitters behave during the holidays.
We wanted to update you on a few items….
The Alabama Public Television Network EAS unit is now back in operation. Thanks to Jim Hyatt and Windel Wood for … Continue reading
December 5, 2013
We are happy to announce that the Required Monthly Test (RMT) issued Thursday 12/5 at 11:09 AM was distributed through both the GSSNet Satellite Network and the IPAWS server in Washington.
This greatly increases our redundancy of the State … Continue reading