Boston: LeClair — Engineering Critical to Crisis Coverage
WBUR’s Michael LeClair led the station’s technical efforts to cover the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Assess Your Station’s Risk Factors
Engineers: Go easy on yourselves and account for problems before they happen
RDS Displays Should Make Sense
Here are techniques that can be applied to all of your metadata delivery platforms
STL Antennas — Too Much Height?
Usually height is a good thing with STL antennas. But not always.
It Matters When You Test Your Generator
Do your state laws prevent you from prepping your genset when it matters most?
Your Scope Is a Tool for All Seasons
An oscilloscope remains an important and useful test instrument for many purposes
Grady’s Mountaintop Challenge
Elenos and Shively help solve a last-minute problem
Due Diligence Heads Off Acquisition Surprises
Helpful tips for engineers working on acquisitions
Avoid Hall of Shame: Don’t Take Shortcuts
Got a master plan? Stick with it. No master plan? Create one
The Business of Backups
A veteran radio engineer and owner makes the case for redundancy