Day in the Life
How to Prepare to Model Your AM Array
Practical Tips to Guide You When Considering the Use of Moment Method Modeling
A Return to In-House Repair
With Budgets Tight, Dust Off That Workbench for Some Savings
Am I a Radio Engineer or Just a Security Guard?
Crime Takes a Bite Out of Engineering Schedules and Budgets
Misconceptions About Computer Modeling of AM Directional Arrays
Making the AM Band a Better Place to Be
FM HD-R Implementation Options Abound
While people may tell you that one option is “best,” the truth is that the most suitable option for your site is only determined by careful analysis of the situation.
HD-R Processing Trickier Than Analog
HD Radio audio processing has a lot in common with conventional broadcast air processing, but the HD path processing does depart considerably.
Shared Use of Transmitter Sites
For the past several months, we have taken a hard look at just about all the aspects of co-locating broadcast transmitting facilities with other broadcast and non-broadcast transmitting facilities.
Understanding FM Systems: A New Series
With this article, we begin an in-depth look at FM transmission systems.
Antenna Gain vs. Transmitter Power
How many bays do I need in my antenna and how much transmitter power do I need? These questions often do not have hard and fast answers.
Overshoots and Close-In Coverage
In this segment, we will discuss methods of dealing with the problem of overshooting the target coverage area and problems with close-in coverage.