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I have a pair of them (816-R3s) combined that had the MMD versions, one of them croaked earlier this year and Continental has basically disavowed any support for them beyond selling a new version. If the supply voltage isn't sagging below normal then chances are the amplifier itself is at fault. The...
As far as pressurization, they can be but I usually don't bother. On the installations where there is nitrogen or a dehydrator there anyway I have used the air dielectric connectors (gas barrier and gas pass) and the pressure makes its way to the antenna through the hollow center conductor.
- Wed Oct 04, 2017 4:30 pm
- Forum: Everything else
- Topic: ETRS Reporting Forms 2 & 3 09/27/2017
- Replies: 7
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The business manager tried to navigate this for us and, day of test, she couldn't get in. I don't know how much trouble we are in for not meeting the 11:59 deadline but it wasn't for lack of trying. I'm pretty sure she was using IE11 but it worked fine the next day. I can only imagine how it would r...
What frequency is it? If it is mid-band you can put up a cheap Nicom BKG77 and it will do just about as well as the ERI 100A. The design between the two isn't terribly different except that I think ERI tunes them to frequency before they ship. My translator clients split about 50/50 between the Nico...
- Wed Sep 06, 2017 7:28 pm
- Forum: Radio Studio Engineering
- Topic: information about sas product
- Replies: 2
- Views: 137
I installed a few of those for Shamrock Broadcasting years ago and they are really slick, even by todays standards. Wiring the connectors is tedious but once they are installed they are pretty bulletproof. Here is a link to a manual. http://www.sasaudio.com/downloads/SAS%20Documentation/32kd_manual_...
I'm not sure if this place is even still a going concern but years ago I bought a software package called "+Plus Sine" that made programming the units easy. At the time I was setting up a network of a few of dozen stations and about 100 translators and the page flipping between the programming sheet...
- Mon Jul 24, 2017 5:52 pm
- Forum: Everything else
- Topic: Has anyone received the new Nielsen monitors?
- Replies: 2
- Views: 286
Well over a year ago I sent the paperwork back to Nielsen to receive the new PPM monitor boxes and I remember an article from Inside Radio that said they were going to start shipping them at the end of June --- 2016. Has anyone actually received them? My guess is that they proved that the PPM encodi...
I almost had to scratch my vacation. One of the MMD IPA amps in the twin 25 Continental rigs took a dump on the 29th (I was scheduled to be at my cabin at The Lake of the Ozarks June 30th to July 9th). MMD of course no longer exists and anything I do to one side of the pair I have to do to the other...
Hopefully for the applicants the limitations that the window is only open to Class C and Class D stations that don't already have a translator will limit the noise. I will be choosing channels where I do have an escape if necessary. The clients that I have that will be participating are, for the mos...
One of the American Tower Corporation towers that I have a couple of FMs on has been replacing the incandescent fixtures with the LED equivalents as the sockets or the lenses break. They don't last forever and I think they had to replace one of them when they came in and re-lamped the tower a couple...
Sounds like you need to get an actual OIB or some other bridge on the ATU output and see what the impedance really is. With a 433 Ohm tower you aren't going to get anything accurate with a common point bridge since it is designed to monitor something at or near 50 Ohms. If the ND tower impedance is ...
- Tue Apr 25, 2017 6:45 am
- Forum: FM Radio
- Topic: Vertical or Circular polarization FM Broadcast
- Replies: 11
- Views: 689
It will work either way but the rabbit ears analogy falls apart a bit in that the listener, the end user, rarely has any control over the orientation of the antenna at any given time. The nice thing about C-pol is that it is effectively in all planes all the time, not just H and not just V. It gives...
It all comes down to features and quality. You can get decent audio through a $200.00 Mackie but things like remote starts and on-air lighting circuits take a more broadcast oriented console to make those connections easy and reliable. For multiple studios the AOIP (Audio Over IP) digital consoles m...
- Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:54 pm
- Forum: FCC Discussion
- Topic: More TV mergers coming soon.
- Replies: 3
- Views: 305
Technically it makes no sense whatsoever but be careful what you wish for. The queue is already forming at the bankruptcy court for some of the major radio groups.