Roy Trumbull - Editor email@example.com
Bill Dempster - Artist
Santucci Video Systems - Sandra Santucci - (818) 704-6324
Belden - Steve Lampen - (415) 440-8393
Orban - firstname.lastname@example.org - (510) 351-3500
MARCOM - Martin Jackson - (408) 768-8668
William F. Ruck, Jr. Broadcast Engineer - (415) 564-1450
Kathrein (Scala Division) - Michael Wm. Bach - (541) 779-6500
Hammett & Edison, Inc. - Dane E. Ericksen, P.E. - (707) 996-5200
LeBLANC - David A. Hill - (650) 574-4600
Econco - George Badger - 650-327-7599
Improbable Missions Fource - Mike Schweizer - (888) 4-ISDN4U
Digi-Gear/Cancomm - Eric B. Lane - (818) 980-9188
RF Specialties of California - Bill Newbrough - (888) 737-7321
Pacific Radio Electronics - Sam Mao - (510) 636-0308
West Penn Wire/CDT - Michael J. La Porte - (650) 652-9080
Axcera - Russ Erickson - (877) 440-7877
Pixel Powers Clarity2 brings together - the traditional DVE, character generator, clip and still store and downstream keyer into one easily automated device which enables broadcasters to deliver exciting on-air graphics while reducing overhead and capital costs. Versatility flexibility and multiple upgrade options make the Clarity2 an ideal long-term investment in graphics systems.
As usual, our luncheon will be at Sinbad's just south of the Ferry Building on the Embarcadero near the foot of Mission St. We meet at 11:30 and are seated at 12:30. To make reservations call Paul Black at 925-827-9511 and leave a message on his machine.
Tim Pozar will cover the essentials of the WiFi wireless internet standard. When you look at the major companies interested in it plus the fact that the electronics are on the shelf at many consumer electronics stores, it's something you need to know about.
Due to security requirements, please make a reservation at:
It's really shocking to note the level of daring and experimentation that took place in the early days of television compared to now. Then the nets had over 90% of the audience. Adding up the figures for everything worth calling a network today and collectively they garner only 54% of the audience.
If 1955 TV programming was the Big Bang, today we are left with the microwave background radiation at a temperature approaching absolute zero.
Full-Time/Temporary to 6/30/03; $4,416 - 6,182/Mo.; M-Th: 7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 9/30/02
Education: equivalent to graduation from a four-year college/university in a related field or a combination of technical training and experience.
Work Experience: three years progressively responsible experience as an audiovisual engineer, including all phases of operation/maintenance of television facilities and broadcast studios.
Knowledge: comprehensive knowledge of the practices/methods/trends in television and radio engineering, including the fields of frequency allocation, electromagnetic wave propagation and radio signal strength measurements/tolerances; comprehensive knowledge of federal communication rules/regulations; comprehensive knowledge of digital/analogue electronics theory and troubleshooting; comprehensive knowledge of audio/visual systems; working knowledge of cable, fiber and microwave networks and satellite systems, including the underlying theories/principles.
Specialized Knowledge: extensive knowledge/training in the methods used for connecting/interfacing major information networking systems.
Specialized Skills: extensive knowledge/use of computer software/programming skills; working knowledge/use of digital/video cameras/accessories and video production, video system and cable channel equipment.
Abilities: use applicable computerized systems in television production and broadcasting/webcasting, including video server technology; plan/layout/operate/maintain television and radio broadcasting facilities; interpret/apply provisions of applicable State/Federal communications legislation; train/instruct/provide direction to student assistants; direct activity of other technical staff.
Specialized Abilities: supervise the use of highly complex test equipment for communication networks; design, construct and coordinate operations between campus, Chancellor's Office and public/private groups outside the University.
DESIRED: Possess FCC General Radiotelephone License.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Oversee the installation and operation of systems, equipment and software used to support electronic information access by University faculty; ensure University information systems meet State, Federal and international technical requirements; schedule/coordinate systems used at SFSU to support classroom instruction with other campuses and information service vendors.
http://www.sfsu.edu/~hrwww/jobsearch/0916.html for more details.
Roy also posts the current newsletter at home.earthlink.net/~rhtrumbull but the posting is without links. - RT