Radio Companies and Transmitters of Note

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Two New e-Books from the US

Radio Reading to Start 2022

Each year our friends at the Radio World (RW) editorial team compile a directory of companies that offer products and services to support radio broadcast professionals. The 2022 edition is now out. It includes an alphabetical company listing as well as a cross-index by types of product or service.

The companies you'll find here are your source for audio processors, remote control systems, transmitters, microphones, air lights, contracting, integration services, the list goes on. In related news, the quality of professional broadcast transmitters available today is unquestionably high. That’s good news for radio engineers and managers who are in the market for a new one. If someone hasn’t purchased a transmitter in a while, what should they know? What are the most important recent developments in how they are designed and manufactured? In another one of Radio World’s latest free eBooks, RW asked engineers, managers and our sponsoring manufacturers to comment.

They explored how a smart buyer can differentiate among products; what capabilities they value most; and what features or services they’d like to see added. The editors of RW asked about the impact of ‘virtualisation’ on transmitters, and what buyers should know about hybrid radio platforms that are coming into the marketplace.

And they sought an update on technologies like MDCL and liquid cooling. Learn from technology veterans Rob Bertrand, Andy Gunn, Mark Persons, Cris Alexander, Mike Cooney, Buc Fitch, Mike Martin, Greg Dahl and Don Stevenson, as well as from manufacturers WorldCast Systems, Broadcast Electronics, GatesAir, Nautel and Rohde & Schwarz.

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