Every two weeks, John Bisset brings practical engineering advice in his “Workbench” column in Radio World magazine and Radio World online. This week, John brings us the best and most timely of his tips and techniques for effective broadcast engineering. While taking in John’s advice, be thinking of time- and trouble-saving practices that you use in your own engineering work. Submit your ideas to [email protected], and you could see yours in print and online.
- Mouse Magic keeps mice and other rodents out of your site and equipment
- It turns out that Moth Balls aren’t actually useful to repel snakes
- John mentioned different creative (or diabolical) contraptions to catch rodents
- Alabama Broadcasters Association Radio Engineering Academy, Nov 19 – 22, 2019
- Important info for EAS equipment – updated October 31, 2019
- Milwaukee Heated Work Gear
- Pittsburgh Automotive Magnetic Parts Holder
- FLIR IR Imaging Camera for smartphones
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