SBE 14, the Connecticut/Western Massachusetts chapter of the Society of Broadcast Engineers, will join with the Connecticut Broadcasters Association to host an Ennes Workshop on May 19 at the Courtyard Marriott in Cromwell, Conn.
As with all Ennes workshops there will be radio, TV and crossover sessions. For radio the agenda includes “Considerations for Digital Radio Antenna Design,” hosted by Matt Leland of SPX Communication Technology; “Real-World AoIP Problem-Solving,” with Jay Tyler of Wheatstone; and a session by Bob Surette of Shively Labs with the title, “The Good News Is That 10 dB Is Here — the Bad News Is That 10 dB Is Here.”
A joint session of interest to radio and TV folks is “The SNMP Protocol and Its Integration as a Broadcast Monitoring Tool,” conducted by Tony Peterle of WorldCast Systems (who has written on that topic in Radio World Engineering Extra).
Ennes Workshops are provided by the SBE as part of its Ennes Educational Foundation Trust educational outreach efforts. Attendance of an Ennes Workshop also counts towards SBE Certification.
Learn more here.