NAB Engineering Handbook, 10th Ed., National Association of Broadcasters, 2007.
NAB Engineering Handbook, 10th Ed.,National Association of Broadcasters, 2007. A comprehensive resource for engineers, the NAB Engineering Handbook provides information about the latest technologies and issues affecting broadcast production from standards and practices, broadcast towers and systems, production and transmission facilities, signal measurement and testing, and technical management and safety.
Current issues and topics are discussed, including HD Radio, HDTV, 2 GHz broadcast auxiliary services, EAS, workflow, metadata, digital asset management, advanced video and audio compression, audio and video over IP, and Internet broadcasting. Subjects of particular relevance to engineers and managers are:
This fully revised and updated edition includes 104 chapters, over 2000 pages and CD-Rom. The NAB Engineering Handbook provides the single most comprehensive and accessible resource available for engineers and others working in production, postproduction, networks, local stations, equipment manufacturing or any of the associated areas of radio and television.
Skip Pizzi’s contributions to this book include chapters on “Audio Contribution and Distribution Channels” and “Radio Remote News and Production.”