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Bill Dempster - Artist
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Advanced Marketing - Frank A. Santucci - (650) 365-3944
Belden - Steve Lampen - (415) 440-8393
Orban - Rick Sawyer - (360) 715-1913
MARCOM - Martin Jackson - (408) 768-8668
William F. Ruck, Jr. Broadcast Engineer - (415) 995-6969
Communications Law Center - Philip M. Kane - (650) 369-7373
RF Specialties of California - Bill Newbrough - (888) 737-7321
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LeBLANC - David A. Hill - (650) 574-4600
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Kathrein (Scala Division) - Michael Wm. Bach - (541) 779-6500
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BABES/SBE LUNCHEON ON WEDNESDAY Feb 23TH
As usual, our luncheon will be at Sinbad's just south of the Ferry
Building on the Embarcadero near the foot of Mission St.. Please RSVP
to Carol Brahney at Zacks: 408-487-9302
meet at 11:30 and are seated at 12:30.
This month our speaker is Mike Adams, professor of radio-television-film,at San Jose State University. His topic is the technical pre-history of radio broadcasting. Mike maintains the website:
http://www.charlesherrold.org devoted to local radio pioneer Charles "San Jose calling" Herrold.
As usual, our luncheon will be at Sinbad's just south of the Ferry Building on the Embarcadero near the foot of Mission St.. Please RSVP to Carol Brahney at Zacks: 408-487-9302 (firstname.lastname@example.org). We meet at 11:30 and are seated at 12:30.
A contribution to the American Cancer Society has been made by SBE Chapter 40 in Jesse's memory,
This was a film that had never been a film. TS2 was produced on art systems for film release, but, in this case, those files were transferred to a Qubit recorder for display by a TI digital light projector (DLP). The result was a very bright clean image without film grain and projector frame dancing.
My impression was that those, who have a nostalgia for the "film look", will soon have take their liquor with the LP record buffs.
I've been to four cable head-ends to check out digital reception and at each, all of the Sutro stations came in just fine. The furthest site was Bonny Doon, in the Santa Cruz mountains. It's 49 miles from Sutro.
At my home in El Cerrito, I'm picking up KNTV-DT on channel 12 with a loop antenna. By my calculations, they're 60 miles away.
I just had email regarding testing of third generation receivers. Second generation looks pretty good but 3rd should handle dynamic multipath and portable applications.