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above1ghz

This list is used for Frequency Coordination ABOVE 1GHz. SBE15 and all parties that post to this list assume no responsibility for the accuracy of the information here. This list is provided as a free service to the NYC broadcasting community by SBE 15.

Last Message: Fwd: Heads-up on Globalstar filing for TLPS for Chicago, DC and NYC

FYI....Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone-------- Original message --------From: Louis Libin Date:02/09/2015 7:41 PM (GMT-05:00) To: Jeff Smith Subject: Fwd: Heads-up on Globalstar filing for TLPS for Chicago, DC and NYC FYI- Louis Begin forwarded message: From: *Dane Ericksen <dericksen@h-e.com> To: *Louis Libin <louislibin@broad-comm.com> Subject: *Fwd: Heads-up on Globalstar filing for TLPS for Chicago, DC and NYC* Date: *February 9, 2015 at 7:05:56 PM EST Begin forwarded message: From:...

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below1ghz

This list is used for Frequency Coordination BELOW 1GHz. SBE15 and all parties that post to this list assume no responsibility for the accuracy of the information here. This list is provided as a free service to the NYC broadcasting community by SBE 15.

Last Message: FW: NYC Above 1GHz Frequency Coordinator

*From:* Jeff Smith [mailto:jeffsmith@sbe15.com] *Sent:* Thursday, January 22, 2015 2:27 PM*To:* 'members@sbe15.com'; 'under1ghz@sbe15.com'; *Subject:* NYC Above 1GHz Frequency Coordinator As many of you know, the SBE has taken on the responsibility of frequency coordination around the country. This is a free volunteer service that helps broadcasters license auxiliary spectrum. With that said, In NYC we had two fantastic coordinators, sadly Leo Rosenberg passed away late last year. He served for many years as o...

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SBE 15 EAS

NYC EAS information and idea sharing

Last Message: NYC NOAA Radio Extended Outage

The short story here is that they have to relocate the transmitter and don’t even have a new location yet – and when they do find one, they’ll need to test for performance and interference issues.   So, if you’re using the NYC NOAA radio on 162.550 MHz, you’ll not get be getting NOAA alerts for a long time.   Just passing it along.  See Below.   *George Marshall  CSRE, CPBE* Playout Systems Supervisor | Chief Engineer – Z100 iHeartMedia 32 Avenue of the Americas, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 1...

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sbe15

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Last Message: NYC NOAA Radio Extended Outage

The short story here is that they have to relocate the transmitter and don’t even have a new location yet – and when they do find one, they’ll need to test for performance and interference issues.   So, if you’re using the NYC NOAA radio on 162.550 MHz, you’ll not get be getting NOAA alerts for a long time.   Just passing it along.  See Below.   *George Marshall  CSRE, CPBE* Playout Systems Supervisor | Chief Engineer – Z100 iHeartMedia 32 Avenue of the Americas, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 1...

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