Proving compliance at a broadcast site added to RF Safety Course

Richard Strickland of RF Safety Solutions is presenting the SBE RF Safety Course on September 25.  Registration has been simplified so that attendees can participate from any location with Internet access. Strickland will explore how to prove compliance at a broadcast site, the biological effects of RF radiation and the distinct differences between RF radiation and ionizing radiation, FCC and OSHA regulations, RF hazard protection equipment, workplace hazards, SNG and ENG trucks, transmitter sites and more.  For more information and to register click here.

Take an in-depth look at IP Networking on your own time

The next Webinar by SBE focuses on the OSI model, as well as the physical, network and transport layers related to IP networking.  This webinar is the first in a series that focuses on various aspects of IP Networking.  Subjects explored in this webinar include how network models related to the development of standards and practices; the physical layer of implementation of Ethernet technology in wired and wireless environments; physical network addressing and role of the network layer in Ethernet networks; TCP & UDP and the role of the transport layer in IP networks; and why UDP is utilized in the broadcast network environment.

This webinar, which takes place next Tuesday, September 11, is one of many geared toward helping broadcast engineers prepare for the SBE Certified Broadcast Networking Engineer™ (CBNE) certification exam. Presenting this webinar is Wayne Pecena, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNE, who frequently presents for the SBE. Visit the SBE website for more information and to register.