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                      THE CGC COMMUNICATOR

                            CGC #333

                    Wednesday,  June 23, 1999

                 Robert F. Gonsett, W6VR, Editor

     Copyright 1999, Communications General Corporation (CGC)

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                           JOB SHOPPE
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  CHIEF ENGINEER POSITION - KTWV 94.7 - LOS ANGELES

  "The Wave" seeks a Chief Engineer with 10 years experience.
Duties include: Combined high-power FM transmitter site, digital
& analog studio equipment, UPS, generator, 50 user Novell network,
Y2K Project mgr., Centrex phones, facilities mgr., purchasing &
invoice processing.  Knowledge of FCC rules a must.

  Send resumes to:  General Manager, KTWV-FM, 8944 Lindblade
Street, Culver City, CA 90232  or  Fax to 310-815-0950.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!  EEO.  Position open July 5th, resumes
immediately being accepted.

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  OPENING AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA (SAN DIEGO) MEDIA CENTER

  The UCSD Media Center has an opening for an Electronics
Technician in our Audio/Visual group.  The primary tasks are
repair of Audio/Visual equipment from slide projectors to LCD
data projectors.  Both electronic and electro-mechanical skills
are desirable for this position.  More details are available at
the UCSD Web Site  http://www.ucsd.edu/jobs.html  or call
(619) 682-1000.  Check job number 117218-4 under the technical
group.  UCSD is an equal opportunity employer and offers
excellent benefits.

  Sherman George, Director, UCSD Media Center, (619) 534-4533

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                          MISCELLANEOUS
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  THE 'CANTENNA' AT LAKE DOLORES

  The Lake Dolores pirate station reported in the last CGC
Communicator newsletter attracted a web photojournalist who went
into the desert water park in search of a bootleg transmitting
antenna.  While no DF bearings were taken, there appeared to be
a 5/8-wave FM-band ground plane antenna perched atop a water tank
that was painted to look like a giant Coke can!  The antenna
itself was fastened to the tank ladder.  Enjoy the views:

  http://home.pacbell.net/kc6onq/ld1.jpg   (Entering the Park)
  http://home.pacbell.net/kc6onq/ld2.jpg   (Getting Closer)
  http://home.pacbell.net/kc6onq/ld4.jpg   (The Cantenna)
  http://home.pacbell.net/kc6onq/ld5.jpg   (Cantenna Closeup)
  http://home.pacbell.net/kc6onq/ld3.jpg   (Just for Fun)

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