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About David Layer

David Layer is Senior Director, Advanced Engineering at the National Association of Broadcasters

BEITC Preview: IP Traffic Across Radio STL

By |April 2, 2018|NAB Show 2018, Blog, Radio|

Reliability for E2X and other IP traffic across Radio Studio to Transmitter Link While IP-based studio-to-transmitter links (STLs) have both reduced operational cost and increased connection flexibility, they are prone to packet losses that can [...]

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Team PILOT Hacking for the Digital Dash

By |October 4, 2017|Digital Dash, Blog|

Back in March, PILOT participated in its first automotive app development hackathon hosted by General Motors in Tampa. Subsequently, September was a busy month for Team PILOT as we attended and developed apps at two more [...]

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Broadcasting Returns to Lower Manhattan

By |June 28, 2017|Blog, Radio, Television|

Broadcasting is back in lower Manhattan! At a ribbon-cutting ceremony held on Friday,  June 23, 2017, Telemundo 47 / WNJU turned on its state-of-the-art, solid-state 100 kilowatt transmitter situated on the 90th floor of New York's One [...]

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What We Built at the GM Hackathon

By |March 14, 2017|Digital Dash, Blog, Radio|

Connected cars, like smartphones, use apps to provide access to a variety of features and capabilities. Also like smartphones, connected cars support a variety of different platforms for supporting apps. For example, Ford vehicles use [...]

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HD Radio Diversity Delay Field Observations:

By |March 27, 2016|Blog, Radio|

Audible blending artifacts, caused by timing and level misalignment between the analog and digital versions of the main channel audio signal, are the top complaint from auto manufacturers and consumers regarding the HD Radio listening [...]

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