Video production switchers have always been large and complicated, but they are now more capable and complicated than ever.
Maddox worked on the Sprint Nextel Broadcast Auxiliary Spectrum relocation project from 2005 to 2010, as a program manager responsible for contracts and documents.
Although there have been many developments in amplifiers over the decades, some DNA from Doherty’s design is now making its way into modern television transmitters.
Any operation that relies on a tower knows that it needs lightning protection, but how often do these safeguards need to be checked, maintained and replaced?
When we discuss video compression such as MPEG-2 and H.264, most of us tend to think of the video aspects and don’t think much about the audio.
Attending the NAB can easily be overwhelming—there is simply so much to see and learn, especially in a year like this when there are many technical issues at play.
Walking the aisles is always a satisfying experience if you work the engineering side of the business, as there is so much to see that pushes the limits of what you know.
It turns out that 2015 may be one of the more pivotal years in the broadcast industry, due to the accelerating pace of technology.
A team from LG, Zenith and GatesAir will use an abandoned UHF transmitter at Tribune Media station WJW to conduct extensive on-air tests of its Futurecast ATSC 3.0 physical-layer technology proposal.
Radio Frequency Systems announced today that it has delivered two trial antennas to be installed in the coming weeks.
This may strike you as a bit early to be thinking about the 2015 NAB Show, but it’s been on our minds here in the editorial office for some weeks.
Recent advances in high-frequency transistors has led to solid-state UHF transmitters that challenge the power outage and efficiency of multi-stage depressed collector IOT designs.
The hard times that have befallen RadioShack seem to be the result of both shifting demographics and consumer tastes.
Before television went digital, there were predictions that home TVs would soon allow interactivity to allow viewers to learn more about products and even shop from their TVs.
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