Doug Lung is one of America's foremost authorities on broadcast RF technology. He has been with NBC since 1985 and is currently vice president of broadcast technology for NBC/Telemundo stations.
RF Technology Broadcasters’ most technically challenging project enters its final year.
RF Technology Doug answers readers' questions about reception, explores field measurement post-repack.
Recently I have been comparing some new indoor consumer TV antenna designs with a few old favorites.
During the transition, many stations will be forced to use auxiliary facilities which will impact their coverage
In recent years I’ve noticed the IEEE Broadcast Technology Society has added more presentations on the practical aspects of broadcast engineering to its annual Broadcast Symposium.
One of the first questions to come up as broadcasters consider their options for auxiliary, interim and final DTV facilities is “How much will this impact my coverage?”
Broadcast TV antenna and transmitter manufacturers’ exhibits at the 2017 NAB Show were as packed as I’d seen since the DTV build-out a decade ago.
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