Approvals Begin on Translator Moves

A review of the data suggests that 15 or so engineering firms were responsible for about 50 percent of the applications

Test Equipment Keeps Getting Smaller and More Capable

A trip down memory lane reveals just how much our RF test gear has improved

Annotate Manuals, Supplement Memory

Strobe lights can help you detect on-air silence, too

World Radio Day Highlights Role in Times of Disaster

Feb.13 marks the fifth anniversary of World Radio Day.

Vinyl-Res, Hi-Res and Tower-Res

Vinyl sales are up, high-resolution audio sounds great, and your tower has a new Advisory Circular

Entune and Enform Connect Drivers

We test drive Toyota and Lexus vehicles’ infotainment systems

O'Rielly: Do Away With Correspondence File Completely

FCC commissioner talks radio at country music event

The Case of the Mystery Ringing

One engineer remembers his quest for a quiet network line

Translator Talk With Tim Sawyer

The last 10 days or so have been an exciting and busy one for AM radio, as the Federal Communications Commission received a flood of applications from licensees looking to acquire or move FM translators.



Bob Heil Welcomes You

Seen at the recent NAMM Show by Radio World’s Publisher John Casey was this exhibit devoted to Bob Heil, of Heil Sound. For those who only know Bob for his microphones and headsets or ham radio activism, Bob is a true audio Renaissance Man. He’s one of the most important developers of modern concert equipment technology, having kitted out Psychedelic Era stadium-busting shows for The Who, The Grateful Dead and others. In addition he invented that weird throat tube box Peter Frampton made famous and he’s a top-level organ player as well. And don’t forget, he’s also in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Check out the Heil Wiki.
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