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About David Layer

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

Car Radios at the 2019 Automobility LA Show

By |December 13, 2019|Blog|

The 2019 Automobility LA Show was held just before Thanksgiving, with thirty-four car manufacturers (in auto parlance, original equipment manufacturers or OEMs) displaying the latest and greatest in automobiles. While this show focused primarily on [...]

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Which AM Station will be Next for All-Digital?

By |October 1, 2019|Blog|

Radio broadcasters from around the country converged on Dallas last week for the 2019 Radio Show, co-produced by NAB and the Radio Advertising Bureau (RAB).  Kicking things off was the first-ever “Tech Tuesday,” a full-day [...]

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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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