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Thursday, 12th December 2013
As you may be aware, Ofcom is currently consulting on the future use of TV white space and the best approach to co-existence with incumbent users such as DTT and PMSE. This is an issue of huge importance to the PMSE sector as, at present, it is the only secondary user of white space, coexisting with Digital Terrestrial Television. Here to download is BEIRG's response to the Ofcom consultation on "TV White Space: Approach to coexistence". The BEIRG response reflects contributions and views from across the PMSE sector and BEIRG.
Tuesday, 5th March 2013
Published by OFCOM 05/03/2013. 2.5MB, PDF
Thursday, 25th July 1996
In response to complaints from Production Sound members regarding on set noise problems that inhibit the recording of usable sound and cause undue stress on sound crews, AMPS called a meeting of members to discuss the matter and offer solutions. Resulting from this meeting, a cross-section of members was asked to reply to a survey seeking their opinions and experiences. This document was composed from these replies.
Tuesday, 1st July 1975
Scan of Post Office Electrical Engineers Journal. Details of the anechoic chamber in the London Test Centre of the British Post Office. 3.6MB. PDF.
Friday, 1st September 1972Scan of Post Office Telecommunications Journal describing the operations of the Post Office Cine Unit. 2.7MB. PDF.
Monday, 1st January 1962THE BBC Television Centre , opened in June 1960, is the hub of Britain's national television network. It houses the world's senior television service in the most up-to-date, self-contained broadcasting centre in Europe-the first in Britain to be designed specifically for television. 5.2MB. PDF
Friday, 1st June 1934Circuits for Broadcasting: What "Transmission by Landline" means to the Post Office. 2.1MB PDF.
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