CGC #1101

by CGC on November 10, 2011



                       THE CGC COMMUNICATOR

                            CGC #1101

                   Thursday,  November 10, 2011

                 Robert F. Gonsett, W6VR,  Editor

     Copyright 2011, Communications General® Corporation (CGC)



  Yesterday's first-ever National EAS Test was a serious 
disappointment.  One big problem: The federal government needs to 
deliver decent audio to the LP-1s.

  Reactions from industry leaders will be available from the trade 
press soon.  In the mean time, if you have any comments for our 
newsletter, please post them on Tech Letters by mailing sblodgett 

  Here is a sampling of how the test sounded across the country, video 
clips included.  The problems we experienced were by no means unique 
to southern California.  Special thanks to Radio Insight magazine for 
assembling these files on such short order:



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