Thanks to everyone that attended our February SBE Chapter 56 Meeting! 

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

“Best Practices for Modern Transmitter Remote Control”

Presented by Matt Leland with Burk

 KOED Studios
 535 North Greenwood Ave.
  Tulsa, OK  
    

 You are invited to attend the next SBE Chapter 56 meeting on Tuesday, February 20th  at 12:00 Noon at the KOED Studios,  535 N. Greenwood Ave, Tulsa, OK. Lunch will be provided! 

IP based transmitter remote control is providing busy broadcast engineers with much needed relief in the form of better data, more granular alarm notifications and armchair access to multiple transmitter sites. Environmental monitoring and flowchart based automatic control functions increase up-time and protect equipment from extremes, while distributed I/O provides cost savings by eliminating long multi-conductor wiring runs. This presentation will present best practices for specifying, installing and configuring a remote control system. Special attention will be paid to efficiently upgrading legacy systems to IP. Simplified automatic testing of backup equipment will also be demonstrated through the use of active flowcharts.

Matt Leland, Director of Sales at Burk Technology since 2014, is a broadcast industry veteran with experience in design, manufacturing and sales of RF and microwave components for broadcast, radar and RF heating and scientific research applications. Work experience:  Radio Product line manager Dielectric, Lead product designer Shively Labs, and various design and management positions at Microwave Techniques Inc.   Matt owns and operates the Watchband RF Contact Spring Co. manufacturer of RF contact springs used for manufacture of coaxial connectors and expansion joints for broadcast, military, and scientific applications.        

Join us for a detailed look at IP based remote control of transmitters!

Lunch will be provided!

We hope to see you there!