To date, the best spectrum for studio and field wireless microphones and IFBs has been unused TV channels. With the recent FCC spectrum auction, much of that spectrum disappears next April in San Diego. But there remain a few places to use your wireless devices, and we’ll cover that.
Gary Stigall, contract broadcast engineer for Signal Wiz and local NFL frequency coordinator since 2012, will speak about the disappearing spectrum and give some solutions you can use for your TV or radio station. He’ll also talk about NFL frequency coordination.
Join us Wednesday, July 18th at 12-noon at iHeart Media, 9660 Granite Ridge Drive, San Diego. We’ll provide a simple lunch for you.
Regardless of the brand of EAS device you use, you need to update the IPAWS certificate authority file to keep your incoming CAPS notifications valid. Here are some links to help you update your IPAWS CA:
As of this writing, Gorman-Redlich and Trilithic had not posted notifications about updating IPAWS certifications.
The June 12, 2018 presentation covered Orban’s approach to automatic, CALM-Act-compliant loudness control as embodied in the Optimod-TV 8685 Surround Loudness Controller. Many thanks to Bob Orban for the teleconference and lunch, and to iHeartMedia for hosting.
GatesAir, the descendant company of Gates, Harris, and Intraplex, has assembled a learning center in order to bring its customers and prospects up to technical speed. Courses touch on subjects like…
- HD Radio Time and Level Alignment
- Intro to Broadcast Transmitter Technology
- 950 MHz Networking Using Intraplex
- TV Repack Roundtable
- AES67 in the Studio
…and many more.
Check it out!
See you in May. Be sure to attend the SBE meeting if you come to the NAB Show in Las Vegas.