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NAB Radio Engineering Forum Is Planned

Walden will host; spring show details begin to firm up

A radio engineering forum hosted by Glynn Walden of CBS will be part of the Broadcast Engineering Conference at the spring NAB Show. The association has provided a listing of expected topics.

Described by NAB’s Radio TechCheck newsletter, the forum is scheduled for all day April 12, which is show Tuesday. Walden, senior VP Engineering for CBS Radio, will oversee discussion of topics including “Quality Radio Engineering on a Tight Budget,” “Getting the Most Out of Your Tower,” “Full Duplex for Your RPU Adds IFB,” “Case Study: Building an AM Array on a Landfill,” “Automation Strategies for Sharing Resources and Talent,” “Moment Method Analysis for AM Antenna Arrays” and “Bend Radius for Coaxial Cables: How Much Is Too Much?”

Also planned at the conference is a special session, “Implementing Regulatory Issues for Engineers,” covering EAS issues and what engineers need to know to maintain compliance with upcoming regulations.

Other themes of BEC will include the future of radio, improving HD Radio, RDS implementation and emergency operations.

The NAB Show is scheduled for April 9–14, in Las Vegas.