In London at BWCS TrainComms2018, the Wi-Fi on trains conference, David Maxson participated in a panel titled “With all These Things to Worry About, is On-Train WiFi Worth It?”. Panelists included: Emmanuel Dalmar (Thalys), Pierre Eisenmann (21Net), and Malcolm Keys (BAI Communications). The panel was moderated by Graham Wilde from BWCS. Mr. Maxson answered technical […]
David Maxson authored two chapters, 3.4 and 10.2, in the recently published 11th edition of the NAB Engineering Handbook. Chapter 3.4 is about “Managing Workplace and Environmental Hazards“. Chapter 10.2 is about “AM Radio Equipment Performance Measurements“. The NAB Engineering Handbook is the definitive resource for broadcast engineers. Read more about David Maxson and chapter 10.2 in an […]
Isotrope’s David Maxson will be giving a presentation about 2 new kinds of interference in the FM band at the NAB Show 2016, Tuesday April 19th in Las Vegas. A preview of the presentation can be found in the NAB Preview edition of Radio World magazine. Read more here.
David Maxson was interviewed by Fox-TV Chicago on the subject of car key fobs mysteriously not working in a certain area. The situation is similar to one David solved in Yonkers, New York. Here’s an excerpt from the story: So what could be the source of that powerful interference? David Maxson is a wireless expert for […]
One of the great existential conundrums is “How do you know what you know?” I recently have seen a series of unrelated building permit applications for new or modified wireless facilities that were missing key information and the presenters firmly believed in the diligence of their submissions. One thing these applications had in common (and […]
Read David Maxson’s article for “Above Ground Level Magazine” (www.agl-mag.com) chronicling the Isotrope project that measured wireless broadband speeds for the State of Utah. The project was funded by the State Broadband Initiative (SBI) of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA). In the article Mr. Maxson talks about theoretical wireless broadband speeds by wireless […]
A reporter called me to ask about distributed antenna systems (DAS). I told him that was not the right first question to ask. Why? Explanation in a moment. His community is hearing its third wireless facility permit application that includes a new tower. This community is part of a national gem, having a majority of […]
There were several reporters at the public meeting on wireless facilities in North Mianus. Here are links to their stories about David Maxson’s presentation: The Daily Greenwich Greenwich Patch The Greenwich Citizen
Isotrope was hired by the Town of Greenwich, CT to do an assessment of options for the placement of a wireless facility in the vicinity of North Mianus neighborhood. On March 3, Isotrope traveled to Greenwich and presented our findings to the Board of Selectmen at a public meeting. Pictured is David Maxson giving […]
In the November 15, 2010 edition of Radio Ink’s Tech Ink, David was named one of the best engineers in radio. David has been involved in standards setting with the NRSC for many years and he wrote the book on HD-Radio.