Antenna Compendium Volume 3 by American Radio Relay League

By American Radio Relay League

Quench your thirst for brand new antenna designs, from Allen's Log Periodic Loop Array to Zavrel's Triband Triangle. find a 12-meter quad, a discone, modeling with MININEC and VHF/UHF ray tracing.

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To an array of African American commentators, the danger was racially driven: the narrow control of the airwaves did not allow blacks to join in public discussion. These two groups of critics did not speak directly to one another on this issue; they saw very different particular forces undermining democracy in the United States. But on a Radio’s Challenges: Public Intellectuals and Mass Culture 31 fundamental level, both agreed on and were right about the underlying risk: the centralized control of culture they saw in radio threatened to deny individuals voices in the modern world.

As that mass culture, and the social changes it represented, intruded into everyday lives these critics worried it would melt individual excellence and distinction into a common sludge. If the only standards that counted were those of the populace as a whole, such thinkers wondered, were individuals no longer relevant? If so, what did democracy mean? Others assailed radio from a more radical position, focusing on the impact a mass-produced culture had on social power in America. Commentators 20 Chapter One such as James Rorty blamed the new broadcasting system for sharply concentrating authority.

And even turning off your set might not solve the problem; radio allowed one nowhere to hide from the new mass culture. ”21 You breathe them in—and once you do so, Orton and others feared, you might virtually cease to count as an individual in your society. A homogeneous culture designed for a homogeneous populace was inescapable, they suggested, and it hallmarked modern life. Broadcasting treated separate individuals and groups as part of an undifferentiated collective. The mass media demanded passive conformity and rejected distinction, and, in turn, the values of liberal democracy and progress.

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