February Luncheon Announcement

Ted Buehner, “the NOAA Meteorologist Pacific Northwest Residents Count On” will be our featured speaker for the February 14 Chapter Luncheon at the Old Spaghetti Factory in Tukwila -South Center. Ted will be talking about “Public Warning – Your Training Input After Events This Past Year.” Hurricane Harvey, California Wildfires, Ballistic Mission False Alarm… What…

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January Luncheon Report

January Luncheon Report

The January Chapter Luncheon featured doubleheader presentations by Stephen Lockwood talking about Modulation Dependent Carrier Level (MDCL) and Feliks Banel with a presentation on Seattle Radio History.  The luncheon was held at the Old Spaghetti Factory in Tukwila. Stephen’s presentation showed how MDCL, a method…

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Clay’s Corner – February

Clay’s Corner – February

Clay’s Corner – Providing news and views from a broadcast engineers perspective since September 1986 In keeping with my recent series of pretty pictures…This one, supplied by Ralph Sims of Accel Net, taken by one of their Tower Cameras at West Tiger the day after Christmas. …

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Certification News

Certification News

Last month we detailed the elements associated with the CBT (Certified Broadcast Technologist) ‘Engineering Level Certification’. However, not all levels of Certification require knowledge of Broadcasting. Individuals specializing in Audio Engineering have their own unique Certification… read on…. Certified Audio Engineer (CEA) The candidate for…

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Christmas 2017

  Jim Dalke, WG Editor – It was a Grand Christmas Party at Ivar’s Salmon House on Lake Union this year, Saturday, December 15.  Eighty-two members, guests and sponsors attended the gala event which began as the doors opened at 5:30 for “Happy Hour” hosted…

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