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.
With respect to the FCC spectrum auction, there are some subtleties in making changes to your RF plant that you should be aware of, whether a host or client station. And it wouldn’t hurt to be aware of the science even if you’re an FM broadcast engineer.
Eddy Vanderkerken of RFS Systems is coming to San Diego to give us some insight into the optimum solutions during the FCC repack and beyond.
- How antenna design influences radiation patterns
- The design and manufacturing of antennas
- How RF filters have evolved
- The software tools that can be used to select specific solutions
Join us Wednesday, May 9th at 12 noon at iHeart Media, 9660 Granite Ridge Drive, San Diego. Eddy will buy a light lunch and give us a presentation.
About Eddy Vanderkerken
Eddy has been a longtime sales engineer of RF test equipment for Rohde & Schwarz and now broadcast application equipment for RFS. He has an MSEE degree from Erasmus University in Brussels.
The 2018 NAB Show in Las Vegas begins this weekend at the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC). While planning your exhibit stops and making your list of sessions to attend, don’t forget to include the SBE in your plans. Continue reading SBE Activities at 2018 NAB Show
With the latest broadcast audio processors, it’s easier than ever to give your station a competitive audio signature your audience and your program director will both love.
Paul Kriegler of the Telos Alliance visits Chapter 36 Wednesday, February 14th at 12 noon at iHeartMedia, 9660 Granite Ridge Drive in San Diego. He’ll give a talk on audio processing and try to answer your questions. Telos will provide a simple lunch. SBE members and guests are always welcome.
About Paul Kriegler
Paul joined Telos in November 2017. Like most Telos Alliance employees, Paul comes from a broadcasting background, including more than 25 years of broadcast management and programming experience, most recently with Lotus Radio in Reno and Emmis Broadcast Group in Austin. Over the years, Paul has been an incredible advocate of Omnia at all of his stations, which makes him a great fit for his new role. Paul says, “Processing is definitely a piece of the puzzle and part of the secret sauce on many successful stations. I look forward to helping my brothers and sisters in programming get the exact sound they want.”