Personal RF safety monitor
The Radio magazine 2011 Pick Hit-award winning product will be installed on a 1,200' tower in North Carolina.
TIA-222 has been around since 1949, but it has seen several revisions. Here's a review of the current standards.
FCC rules, IEEE and NCRP standards are designed to reduce the potential for human danger.
As anyone who has tried to use a cellphone at a mountain top site knows, often coverage is spotty. Some rural transmitter sites are so rural they can't support a reliable connection to the PSTN.
FM notch filters
Securing sites fulfills objectives such as protecting the public from harm, deterring theft, protecting equipment and securing buildings.
A budget iPad app allows AUI operation via ubiquitous handheld device.
Remote broadcast kit
Dual medium intensity LED strobe system
Dual LED lighting system
First and foremost in any tower maintenance program is to build a solid relationship with a tower crew; and you get what you pay for. Jeremy Ruck explains.
SNMP-controlled RF switch
IP transmission system
Transmitter site audio playback
High-intensity LED strobe
The tests will use Adaptive Carrier Control technology to reduce power consumption.
Dehydrators and nitrogen are the common gas sources, but are you absolutely sure of the line pressure and supply pressure?
Aluminum outer coaxial transmission line
Here's a microprocessor-based system designed to monitor a tower's beacons, obstruction lamps, flash rate, photo control operation -- even the presence of an ATU heater bulb for winter months.
Air-cooled FM transmitter
Emergency radio transmission
Hosted by Barix partner StreamGuys, the application serves as an online center to configure and monitor the audio transport bridge while providing a relay of the audio feed.