Clay’s Corner

Providing news and views from a broadcast engineers perspective since September 1986 Let’s start the year with a pretty picture!     The following was taken by fellow NWPB engineer, Jason Royals.  He stopped to put chains on all 4 wheels of…

Tiger Mountain Antenna Fire

Jim Dalke, CPBE, Editor – Six Seattle Class C FM stations were knocked off the air Thursday morning, November 8 when a Tiger Mountain master antenna suffered major fire damage. Damage appeared to be confined to the antenna array on the tower…

Clay’s Corner

Providing news and views from a broadcast engineers perspective since September 1986 I like to start this column with a picture.  Last month was a pretty one of a sunset behind the Tower at West Tiger-1.  This month, pictures of…

October Luncheon Report

By Jon Kasprick, Chairman – Don Backus of Rohde & Schwarz joined us at the Tukwila Old Spaghetti Factory for our October 10th luncheon. Don described their high-power, solid-state, liquid-cooled, series of TV & FM transmitters. His presentation included their…

Clay’s Corner

Providing news and views from a broadcast engineers perspective since September 1986 In my column last month, I asked for pictures.  This one, submitted by Alex Brewster of a sunset from West Tiger Mt., and shot from his drone, is…