In the Oct. 25 issue of Radio World, James O’Neal asks an interesting question. His article, titled “Doesn’t Anyone Build Anything Anymore?”, showed hand-built electronic equipment at broadcast stations in the 1960s and ’70s. My answer to his question is “yes.” Some of us still do create solutions by hand, even in this plug’n’play world. […]
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