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Thanks, all. We have contacted Bohn. Hopefully, they will be able to change the frequency. I no longer have access to the test equipment I used to, and being a High School station we do not have the budget for it (the hardware was all the right price - free). If we can get these usable for us for a ...
We just came into posession of two Marti RPU transmitters that we would like to be able to use. We still occasionally use one for sports, and have a church that uses one on our frequency to send us their Sunday worship services. Where would I go about finding crystals for these and is there any info...
- Wed Aug 28, 2019 4:33 pm
- Forum: FM Radio
- Topic: Optimod 2300 Tally Output to Sine RFC-1/B
- Replies: 3
- Views: 363
What I did for our Sine for this type of input is to use a 2 resistor divider. For this, probably a 10k and a 1k in series. The open end of the 10k connects to the supply voltage, the junction between the 10K and 1k to the sine input, and the open end of the 1k to the tally output. When the tally ou...
- Wed Aug 07, 2019 4:27 pm
- Forum: Ask the Engineers
- Topic: VOIP replacing analog
- Replies: 4
- Views: 313
If they have a full Cisco deployment, have them get you either a Cisco VG202XM or a Cisco VG204XM. Both are analog gateways (ATA) for the Cisco systems, the 202 is 2 lines, the 204 is 4 lines. The lines they present appear as a POTS line. This is if they terminate your numbers on their system. Other...
Our LP1 (which is the NPR station for our area) never received the test, so we never received the test. Same for every station in our area. Of course, the LP2 monitors the LP1. Forms 2 and 3 have been successfully filed reflecting the same.
Our NCE is shopping for an exciter to use as our backup. We have a QEI Quantum FM solid-state transmitter that was recently upgraded when we did a power increase. The exciter recently went out on us, and we pressed into service our very old LPB exciter, which lasted a day (we knew at some point it w...
- Wed Jan 09, 2019 5:36 pm
- Forum: Ask the Engineers
- Topic: AMP connector info needed AudioArts console
- Replies: 9
- Views: 409
Can you share a picture? I know exactly where to get that information (my day job may or may not involve that company and the product information center may or may not be in my building. Maybe.)
Frankly, I usually find the most productive help desk is http://www.google.com :( As someone who dies IT deskside support for my 'real job', there is a lot of truth to that statement. I use Google more than I care to admit when researching a problem. The trick is being able to weed out the garbage ...
- Wed Sep 26, 2018 3:44 pm
- Forum: General Computers
- Topic: Designing website with Muse,Wix,Weebly vs. straight HTML
- Replies: 10
- Views: 4485
When customizing a CMS, look for a template that is mobile-aware. After implementing, test that it is working properly using one of the online sites that exist for emulating the user experience on a mobile device. There are quite a few free sites out there that you can plug your URL into and it will...
- Wed Oct 04, 2017 3:40 pm
- Forum: Everything else
- Topic: ETRS Reporting Forms 2 & 3 09/27/2017
- Replies: 7
- Views: 1157
We use ServiceNow (the abomination that the FCC is using for this reporting) at my day job and have found it does not like IE or Edge at all. It prefers Chrome or FireFox.
- Wed Apr 19, 2017 2:59 pm
- Forum: Radio Automation Systems
- Topic: Looking for MusicGen installer
- Replies: 1
- Views: 715
When we bought our NexGen system from Prophet way back when, it came with MusicGen installed (and licensed). I am looking to finally do an OS upgrade on the system (still running XP and is showing signs of age) but have hit a roadblock with MusicGen. The rest of the software RCS can provide. They sa...
- Wed Apr 05, 2017 4:17 pm
- Forum: Internet Streaming
- Topic: Streaming monitoring?
- Replies: 2
- Views: 850
I use Nagios for monitoring items within the station (network switches, UPS units, etc). I set up a simple module to check for the mount points for our stream (we use a Shoutcast streaming server). If the stream encoder is sending, the mount point exists. If the encoder goes offline for some reason,...
You get 10 solutions using 20 different parts in 30 different waysRodeoJack wrote:One of the interesting parts of this profession... put 5 engineers in a room with one goal and see how many solutions you get.