Dielectric has changed how FM broadcast antenna manufacturers validate directional pattern studies for new FM broadcast antennas. The company’s groundbreaking research has resulted in the recent FCC filing of a Petition for Rulemaking, written with leading broadcast consultancy, Merrill Weiss Group, and expected to be approved this fall.
The new rule paves the way for the first directional FM pattern verification rule change in 58 years — a rule change that passes the torch from physical to AI-driven simulated modeling.
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast, David Rusch talks with Keith Pelletier, General Manager of Dielectric, about the ramifications of this rule change for broadcasters in both the U.S. and Canada.
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