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Smeby, L.C. ; Chairman, Recording and Reproducing Standards Committee; formerly, Director of Engineering, National Association of Broadcasting, Washington, D.C.

The general absence of standards for transcription recording and reproducing for broadcasting has resulted in the use of as many as 10 equalizing networks by some stations. The National Association of Broadcasters has co-ordinated the work of a special committee, consisting of representatives of interested organizations, which has prepared and adopted a series of standards covering recording characteristics, mechanical dimensions of turntables, records, and grooves; rotational speeds, and minimum data for labels.

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Proceedings of the IRE  (Volume:30 ,  Issue: 8 )

Date of Publication:

Aug. 1942

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