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I am no expert on the laws for amateur radio, but our state amateur radio system is designed for hospitals in emergencies since at that point it is "used for life saving information which the hospital does not profit from". Based on that logic, since as an engineer you are working in an emergency to...
- Tue Jun 13, 2017 7:14 am
- Forum: Broadcast Engineering News
- Topic: The Looming Engineering Age Crisis
- Replies: 60
- Views: 4972
As a young engineer (just turning 30), I thought I would give some insight into this issue since I am part of it in a way: I left the Navy due to health issues, otherwise I would probably be enjoying Shore Duty at this point somewhere cozy. That is not to say that my job now isn't cozy in some ways,...
I am glad someone else posted this since I came here for the same question. With all the working up to the repack and so-forth, we have been in the works of installing a new encoding package for our system and including return feed monitoring and other niceties we have been working on for some time....
- Tue Mar 07, 2017 12:15 pm
- Forum: FM Radio
- Topic: High Pitched Tone in FM Audio?
- Replies: 23
- Views: 1919
I've been watching this forum for a while but decided to finally make an account in hopes to also give another solution... We run some HT20CDs, a handful of HT30CDs, and a pair of new HPX models. Out of them, we noticed one of our HT30CDs having the same issue. We replaced the capacitors under the b...