V-Soft Communications Trains Canadian Regulators
Jul 12, 2010 11:01 AM
V-Soft Research Director and Lead Programmer John Gray leads a discussion about the use of Probe 4 software in spectrum allocation work.
Ottawa, ON - Jul 12, 2010 - On July 9, 2010, V-soft Communications wrapped up three days of spectrum management training at Canadian government offices at the nation's capital in Ottawa. The training workshops were attended by 25 engineers assigned to the Spectrum Management Division of Industry Canada. The workshop included domestic and cross-border spectrum issues for AM, FM and DTV. Industry Canada has been using V-Soft Communications software since 2004 when V-Soft's Probe, AM-Pro and FMCommander software were adopted by the agency.
V-Soft Communications will offer a two-day training workshop for U.S. broadcast engineers in Washington, DC, Sept. 28-29, 2010, at the Morrison Clark Inn. The workshop will be held immediately before the Radio Show so attendees can attend both events.
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