Posted by Ben on May 11, 2009 at 15:00:02:
In Reply to: Re: CC Madison Automation posted by Jake on May 11, 2009 at 11:35:56:
: : "Not true at all. That requirement was lifted several years ago. You can run completely unattended."
: : Wow really? Is that because of new technology that auto-records? Or are transmitter readings just not required anymore?
: From my understanding, if you are an EAS station, you need someone there in the building at all times. If you have multiple stations, one person would suffice.
: Transmitter readings need to still be done, however I think the engineers typically take care of that now.
: That's just my 2 cents... Chris, let me know if I am wrong....
In my day we had to do transmitter readings every few hours.. and unless you're blessed to have a really dedicated geek, engineers are usually only at the station from 9-5.. so I'm not sure how the transmitter reading policy could have been changed.. hopefully Chris Tarr clears this up with more info.
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