Roy Trumbull - Editor firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Hammett & Edison, Inc. - Dane E. Ericksen, P.E. - (707) 996-5200
LeBLANC - David A. Hill - (650) 574-4600
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Keith Davidson & Company - Keith Davidson, CSBE - (707) 648-0412
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Svetlana Electron Devices - George Badger - (800) 578-3852
TFT Inc. - Jesse J. Piatte, Jr. - (408) 727-7272 x504
Audio Accessories - Rosie Alexander - (510) 787-3335
Brill Electronics - Marcie Mearns / Field Sales - (510) 308-1248
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Scala - Michael Wm. Bach - (541) 779-6500
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BABES/SBE LUNCHEON ON WEDNESDAY
Feb 24TH As usual our luncheon will be at Sinbad's. Sinbad's is just south of the
Ferry Building on the Embarcadero near the foot of Mission Street. Please RSVP
to Carol Brahney at Zacks: 408-324-0551 x324 (email@example.com). We meet at 11:30
and are seated at 12:30.
Our speaker will be Sheldon Gordon from Sony Corp. regarding upgrading the studio to DTV. Sony DTV converters and receivers will also be covered.
As usual our luncheon will be at Sinbad's. Sinbad's is just south of the Ferry Building on the Embarcadero near the foot of Mission Street. Please RSVP to Carol Brahney at Zacks: 408-324-0551 x324 (firstname.lastname@example.org). We meet at 11:30 and are seated at 12:30.
By plugging in the numbers, you'll retrieve a satellite photo of the location with a resolution of 1 meter.
They will take NAD 27 or NAD 83 numbers. I found my building but haven't had much luck with mountain tops other than Sutro.
A GPS box usually puts out NAD 83 numbers and they need to be converted to NAD 27 for use on FCC applications. (Thank you Dane Ericksen for that tip.)
[My favorite satellite photo site is produced by Microsoft known as the Teraserver - Tim Pozar]
My contribution to your site list is:
At that site you can plug in a zip code and get back a latitude and longitude for the location. At present it just handles 5 digit zip codes.
#99-012 EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS SPECIALIST (Staff Engineer), Media and Technology Services, Full-time (40hrs/wk), $3348 - 4390/mo. Hours: T-Th 1:30PM - 10:00PM, Fri 10:00AM - 6:30PM, Sat 8:30AM - 5:00PMThe closing date was Feb 12 but I'd give it a try as living breathing geeks are hard to come by. They didn't supply a phone number or an address.
One report I've heard is that the harmonics from an IOT are a function of the way the beam forms rather than how much drive is used. I'm looking forward to Doug Lung's 2nd article on IOTs in TV Technology.
Another open question is just how much filter do you really need? KTVU, KRON, KPIX, and KGO have harmonic filters, the Dielectric waffle iron filters, and channel filters. How little can you get use and still meet the spec?
We sent a copy of the announcement to everyone on our chapter email list and also posted it on the Web Site.