IEEE and the IEEE Standards Association have released the 2017 National Electrical Safety Code (NESC). The NESC is the authoritative code for ensuring the continued practical safeguarding of persons and utility facilities during the installation, operation, and maintenance of electric supply and communication facilities. Some impactful changes to the code include revised requirements for substation impenetrable fences, required consideration of Aeolian vibration for conductors, changes to accommodate new industry insulator ratings, as well as revisions to the rules in Part 4 that align with changes made to 29 CFR by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
Qualcomm and Rohde & Schwarz Unveil India’s First Live End-to-End Operational 5G Broadcast System at IMC22
Clear demonstration of the potential of 5G Broadcast/Multicast to redefine content delivery and create new revenue streams
Lithe Audio’s New iO1 All-in-One Wireless Indoor and Outdoor Speaker to Debut at CEDIA Expo 2022
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Theory Audio Design Introduces Two High-Power 4-Channel IP Amplified Distribution Loudspeaker Controllers
Available to order now, the DLC-1000.4 and DLC-1500.4 are high-power and extremely flexible amplifier/controller solutions for residential and commercial distributed audio applications.
AtlasIED Names Kim Porter Director of Mechanical Engineering to Advance Product Development
AtlasIED Names Kim Porter Director of Mechanical Engineering to Advance Product Development Phoenix, AZ – Wednesday, September 28, 2022 – AtlasIED, a global electronics manufacturer providing comprehensive audio, communications,...