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TWiRT 241 - NRSC, Let's Do This Less Often

Every year AM stations in the US must measure their transmission for spectral purity.  Many AM stations say they can’t afford this.  Mark Persons presents a few ideas on NRSC measurements.  Plus he and Chris Tobin discuss sleuthing some really difficult interference problems.  

Show links:
Thoughts on NRSC Measurements
Sleuthing an Irritating Sound on the AM Band
Can You Fix this Harris MX-15 Exciter?
Pics from the Blackduck Transmitter Site
Fantastic Page of Tech Tips for Common Broadcast Equipment

Mark Persons, Founder of M. W. Persons & Associates, Inc.

Chris Tobin, IP-Solutionist
Kirk Harnack, The Telos Alliance, Delta Radio, & South Seas Broadcasting

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TWiRT 241 - NRSC, Let's Do This Less Often

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