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Ready for YouTube’s Networks
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McAdams On: Ferguson Unraveling
A Look Back at Broadcast Engineering Magazine
McAdams On: Comcast’s Growing Pains
Rounds’ Social TV Relies on Online Streams
True Dedication
Transitioning Broadcast Automation
Recording Pretty Pictures From Above
McAdams On: LPTVs
McAdams On: Aereo’s Hail Mary
FCC Intentions Are Out of Balance
McAdams On: Regulatory Ripple Effect
Dear FCC: Walk the Talk
Raising Expectations in Local Sports Coverage
McAdams On: TV's Current Transition
McAdams On: Regulation Fail
Aug 15, 2014 / 10:58 AM
FCC Revises Part 17 Tower Rules
R&O harmonizes FCC rules with FAA recommendations on antenna structure lighting and marking, construction notification requirements, and data accuracy.
Aug 15, 2014 / 10:48AM
Satellite Update for August 15, 2014
A review of the latest FCC actions affecting the satellite industry.
Aug 15, 2014 / 09:10AM
ISEE-3 Reboot Team Unable to Change Spacecraft’s Trajectory
While it had enough fuel to do a power-up spin to reach its optimal rotation rate, the nitrogen propellant has bled away and the team was not able to change its trajectory.
Aug 15, 2014 / 09:05AM
L-3 to Evaluate VHF Broadband Technology
Should VHF TV stations be worried about wireless carriers going after their spectrum?
Aug 15, 2014 / 08:35AM
RF Shorts for August 15, 2014
A review of RF-related news during the past week.
Aug 12, 2014 / 01:34 PM
TVStudy Options Show Impact on Coverage
Last month I showed how the coverage and interference results from the FCC’s TVStudy program change when different input parameters are used.
Aug 08, 2014 / 09:30AM
Software-Defined RF Test Gear
National Instruments recently announced that it has delivered “software defined instrumentation” to new instrument types and automated test applications
Aug 08, 2014 / 09:26 AM
Big Interest in Little CubeSats
Two news items showed that CubeSats are moving beyond devices created by academic institutions and amateur radio groups into commercial and military applications
Aug 08, 2014 / 09:24AM
No-Power Wi-Fi Uses Backscatter to Exchange Data
Regular readers of RF Report will know that Wi-Fi signals have been used to locate people in a house and that devices have been built that can harvest RF energy in the air from high-power broadcast transmitters
Aug 08, 2014 / 09:21AM
The Satellite ‘Selfie’: Start of a Trend?
There have been multiple cases over the past few years where satellites had problems deploying their antennas or solar arrays after launch
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