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Analog vs Digital Audio: the debate rages on…

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  From the earliest days of the electrical broadcast transmission of sound, there has been a sound engineer to ensure its occurrence.  In fact, many of the original sound engineers were electrical engineers, because electricity happened to be the medium of the time.  Of course, later on, needle-bearing recording devices (that produced records) appeared, recording sounds as needle vibrations onto ...

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Goodbye Broadcast Engineering

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Penton Media, owner of Broadcast Engineering Magazine, has decided to pull the plug on a standard that has been keeping broadcasters informed about radio and TV engineering since 1961.  Sadly, some of the last postings on www.broadcastengineering.com are dated October 23rd.  It officially closed its doors on October 31, 2013, after 54 years. The first article I wrote for a ...

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RF Monitoring for Television with an MPEG Analyzer @tektronix

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  Ensuring quality of service (QoS) for television programing is challenging for many reasons. Broadcasters use a variety of network architectures to deliver TV programs. Most of these networks include satellite for distribution – also known as ingest – ASI or IP throughout the facility and often RF to the home – also known as egress. The quality of today’s ...

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Show Me the SMPTE! @smpteconnect

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Hands-down the leading technical society in the motion imaging industry is SMPTE (The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers). With membership spread across the world in sixty-four different countries, it has hundreds of members (including cameramen, consultants, designers, editors, educators, engineers, field users, manufacturers, technical directors, and technicians). If you’re looking for information about compression, encryption, or networking in ...

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