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The use of RF personal monitors is widespread among wireless tower climbers and technicians. This is a relatively new development of the last two years or so. Prior to that, […]
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) tests refer to tests conducted on electronic or electrical equipment in order to ensure that the equipment works a ...
“Well, Chad, last weekend’s Worldwide HF Contest is over, I’m back to my old sub-normal self again, and I thought I needed to summarize my exper ...
Before we can deal in a general way in future posts with the restructuring of radio broadcasting to ensure its survival, there is an even more-pressing radio problem which must […]
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has issued new rules in a Report and Order with the intent of providing AM radio stations better protections from potential signal pattern distortion created […]
As noted in Part I of this series, the FCC is threatening to sharply curtail or eliminate traditional over-the-air television broadcasting in order to “liberate” its prime spectrum for […]
When officials in Minneapolis were planning a new light rail system that would link Minneapolis and St. Paul, they found that multiple protective equipment enclosures were needed to hold EMI and […]
The above looks like a question to be put before a college debating club for argument, but it’s really also a topic that is current and highly relevant for us […]