How Low Can You Go?
What are the capabilities of modern test equipment and its ability to test very low noise and distortion devices? Can test equipment of today keep up with increasingly impressive specs? Are the specs real? We’ll review some real world examples from both the electrical audio test world as well as room acoustics testing.
Join Chapter 36 Wednesday, February 15, at 12 noon at iHeartMedia, 9660 Granite Ridge Drive, San Diego. Audio Precision buys lunch. Members and visitors are welcome as always.
About the Presenter
Tony Spica recently joined Audio Precision after nine years with Bruel and Kjaer as an Application Engineer and Solution Manager. He is based in Los Angeles where he has lived and worked for the past eight years. Prior to joining Bruel and Kjaer, Tony worked as a NVH Engineer developing test systems to detect defects in automotive parts through sound and vibration signatures in Detroit, Michigan.
In an effort to test our amateur radio equipment and prepare for the “big one” we will be conducting a net on the Mt. Soledad UHF repeater
When: Wednesdays starting 1-25-17 @ 1900 (7pm PST)
Where: Mt. Soledad UHF Amateur Radio Repeater http://sbe36.org/amateur-radio-repeater/
445.540 – 5mhz pl 88.5 FM
Who: Matt Anderson (KI6KHB) will be net control, we will start with group information and member check ins/traffic for the net
Suggestions or comments shoot me an email (MattAnderson@iHeartMedia.com)
Please throw this in your calendar, going to shoot for every Wednesday until further notice.
Mt. Soledad in La Jolla is now home to another radiator, KI6KHB/F. A new Yaseu Fusion repeater is broadcasting on 445.540 -. It is in Auto mode meaning if you transmit FM, the output will be FM. If you’re using the digital C4FM mode, the output will be in C4FM.
Frequency: 445.540 -, PL 88.5Hz, DSQ code: 36
Repeater output is 25 watts TPO on a station master omni antenna right above the roof line at the KGTV site.
Note: This repeater is coordinated with SCRRBA and is co-channel with the WB6AJE repeater on Mt. Wilson in Los Angeles. Outside Oceanside there may be overlap between the two machines so we’re suggesting only use the repeater if within the county.
Local broadcast engineers are encouraged to use the new repeater.
Huge thanks to Chris Durso, Gary Stigall, Bob Vaillancourt, John Bush and many others that made this year long project a reality.
(Matthew Wilson Anderson installed the system and wrote this article.)