SBE Publishes Broadcast Engineering Handbook

April 21, 2016

The Society of Broadcast Engineers and McGraw-Hill Education have released the SBE Broadcast Engineering Handbook: Hands-on Guide to Station Design and Maintenance. With close to 1,000 pages, this new book offers detailed practical information on video, audio and broadcast transmission systems from dozens of the field’s foremost experts. Featuring everything from basic principles and formulae to the latest technologies and engineering trends, this hands-on resource offers practical and up-to-date coverage of all major broadcast technologies for radio, television and related fields.SBE.BroadcastHandbook

The SBE Broadcast Engineering Handbook features in-depth tutorials that stress key topics throughout, complete coverage of radio and television technologies, and is written from the perspective of the broadcast engineer. More than 50 authors, authorities in their field, have contributed their expertise to create this valuable resource. The handbook has been deftly assembled by Jerry Whitaker, CPBE, 8-VSB, editor-in-chief, and the author or editor of more than 40 broadcast technical books. Mr. Whitaker is a Fellow of the Society of Broadcast Engineers and past national vice president.

The book covers every aspect of broadcast engineering in seven sections: Regulatory Issues, RF Transmission, DTV Transport, Information Technology Systems, Production Systems, Facility Issues, Broadcast Management, plus three reference annexes.
The SBE member price is normally $159 (it retails for $199), but now through Thursday, April 21, you can purchase it for just $139.30 through the SBE Bookstore

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