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 is pleased to have assisted the GBS Group on a project to improve the Wi-Fi on the Utah Transit Authority’s FrontRunner commuter rail: The GBS Group Selected to Deliver Passenger Wi-Fi for UTAH Transit Authority on FrontRunner Trains Virginia Beach, VA – October 7, 2016 – The GBS Group, a systems integration and technical […]
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 […]
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 […]
David and I are traveling out to Silicon Valley next week to attend Skip Pizzi’s Radio Tech Summit. This should be a cool opportunity to discuss the future of radio. A lot of folks seem to think radio is dead. I think that it isn’t dead, but needs to evolve to take advantage of all the […]