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title:
How to build a radio station
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2006
place:
Bromley (UK)
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194 p.
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illustr., glossary p.183-193
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"This book is a real novelty: it is not – like many other publications – about radio production or radio management, but about the requirements for building of a radio station. The author has been involved in establishing many radio stations, both very big and very small ones, for 16 years, and he summarises his knowledge in quite a clear and didactical fashion. He explains the pros and cons of different types of building and location and provides guidelines for calculating the space required for both technical and office areas. Then he gets more technical, discussing acoustic problems and providing practical methods of providing studio isolation. Detailed sections on electrical supplies and technical studio installations follow, and there is useful advice on studio layout as well as on the ″central technical area″, i.e. the engine room of any modern radio station. Although aimed at engineers, this book is very accessible for non-technicians too and therefore helpful for anyone involved in the commissioning or building of radio studios." (CAMECO Update 1-2010)
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30-Technology-E 2006


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