Sample of Completed Projects

  • Design and adjustment of many 1 kW to 50 kW AM broadcast facilities all across Canada
  • Preliminary, Final and Supplementary Proofs of Performance for AM broadcast facilities
  • Design of specialized phasing and matching networks for co-located and diplexed AM broadcast facilities
  • Planning and design of more than 50 FM broadcast transmitting stations across Canada
  • Planning and design of multi-hop microwave systems for TV transmission
  • Technical briefs for 54 mandatory DTV conversions to facilitate August 31, 2011 conversion milestone in Canada.
  • Licensing for conversion of TV microwave STLs to accommodate DTV conversion
  • Measurements/listening tests for 2nd-adjacent FM station
  • Completed Safety Code 6 measurements and reporting for broadcast sites, building rooftops, condominium developments
  • Elliptical polarization analysis for antenna selection for DTV conversion
  • Synchronous FM analysis for coverage improvement in terrain-limited environments
  • Site selection and coverage prediction for DTV conversion planning in Caribbean
  • Design of temporary broadcast facility to facilitate continued operation of existing broadcast operations during facility rebuild and antenna replacement.
  • Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) rollout analysis and plan.
  • Design and feasibility analysis of co-siting cellular transmitting facilities on AM broadcast transmitter sites.
  • Studies to determine the impact of wind turbine generating systems on communication and broadcast facilities
  • Safety Code 6 studies at a multi antenna satellite uplink facility
  • Studies and analysis of power lines, towers  and other re-radiating objects within the vicinity of AM broadcast transmitter sites
  • Study to determine the impact of water storage tanks on local communication facilities
  • Design, specification, and commissioning of a wireless SCADA system for a major water utility.
  • Design and specification of Multi-point distribution systems operating at 2.5 GHz
  • Specification and acceptance testing for the multi-station FM combiner at Master FM on the CN Tower, Toronto, Ontario as well as at the multi-station facility at Camp Fortune, Ottawa, Ontario