Our October 2011 issue has a new look, but it still has the familiar feel you expect.
Unlike over-the-air transmission, there are multiple ways to stream to mobile devices, and the data rate depends on the device's network.
Pineridge Broadcasting launches a new station and builds a new digital facility to support it.
IBOC emission mask compliance measurements are important, and Greg Best shows you how to make them.
While many people find OSHA regulations to be excessive and expensive to enforce, the fact remains: These regulations exist and are enforceable by fines and possible jail time.
The FCC and FEMA are getting ready for the national test. Are you ready?
The Intraplex HD Link is a 950MHz radio system that passes not only the typical program audio, but also HD Radio traffic between a studio location and a transmitter site.
This dual-purpose mic can be used with a USB or XLR connection.
Radio stations are posting video content online, so we looked at some of the available tools for your station.
New products from AETA Audio, Barix, Burk Technology, Henry Engineering, Hosa Technology and more.
Need to improve your soldering skills? This site can help.
Once you install a new Sage Digital Endec, be sure the audio levels are set properly. One reader discovered they were not.
Need adapters, filters and other tool supplies? Doug Irwin has a list of sources.
Our annual salary survey looks at the current state of personal earnings for broadcast engineers.
The online headlines from the October 2011 issue of Radio magazine.
Links to the advertisers in the October 2011 issue of Radio magazine.
This month: Shawn Smith; Technical Manager; Durham Radio Inc. and Pineridge Broadcasting Inc.; Hamilton, ON