Broadcast Engineering

We have over 28 years’ experience working in the radio and television broadcasting and telecommunications industry.

Our expertise lies in IP based radio and television network editing systems, servers, workstations, mobile radio and television broadcast systems, AM, FM, satellite and microwave transmission technology. We have worked in all aspects of broadcast engineering over the last 27 years, worldwide.

Here are a couple of our specialized areas and activities:

  • Technical production management of large scale TV and Radio broadcast across the world
  • Broadcast intercom systems, RTS, Trilogy
  • IP based audio/intercom and control systems, like Comrex Access technology, BRIC, ISDN-BRI
  • Broadcast IT network installations, design, operations and maintenance
  • Video, audio and communications distribution systems set-up’s and maintenance
  • Engineering support and management of Digital Desktop Radio and Digital Desktop TV network systems, workstations
  • Microsoft server systems administration certification for Active Directory and MS operating systems
  • Large scale lighting system (indoor and outdoor broadcast lighting set-up’s)
  • Event power systems, specialized grounding set-up’s, transmission tower grounding and lightning discharge systems
  • Emergency power generators and standby power systems
  • TV and Radio / RF broadcast systems, (large scale up to 50.000Watt RF)
  • Industrial electrical distribution systems
  • Diesel-power generated electrical networks
  • Industrial HVAC control systems
  • Security systems, controllers and video surveillance systems
  • Control, instrumentation and automation systems
  • Project management – budget control

Projects and events:

  • 2018 NBC Universal IBC CVT engineering group, Olympic Winter Games, Korea, PyeongChang
  • 2017 FIS (Federation International du Ski) InFront, Lake Louise, AB, Broadcast IT engineering, DX3Media
  • 2017 Calgary Stampede, Broadcast engineering support, temporary edit suite networking system, CBC Sports
  • 2017 NNBY (Northen Native Broadcasting Yukon) CHON-FM, broadcast re-engineering of entire C-band IP uni-cast satellite distribution network, including 23 remote repeater sites
  • 2017 CHON-FM re-engineering of Telos AXIA broadcast routing system and studio installations
  • 2016 FIS (Federation International du Ski) InFront, Lake Louise, AB, Broadcast IT engineering, DX3Media
  • 2016 Summer Olympic Games, Rio de Janeiro, NBC Universal Olympic engineering support group
  • 2016 Calgary Stampede, Broadcast engineering support, temporary edit suite networking system, CBC Sports
  • 2016 CBC Radio Canada – Cross Country Check-Up, live across all of Canada’s CBC Radio One network from Baffin Island, Iqaluit, Nunavut
  • 2016 Yukon Archives, Whitehorse, overall engineering support of video and audio equipment
  • 2016 CHON-FM and NNBY, Yukon Territory FM and TV repeater network engineering support
  • 2015 FIS / InFront WorldCup Skiraces, fibre optice networks, Swiss Timing Systems, overall networking, Lake Louise, Alberta
  • 2015 Calgary Stampede, TV engineering, temporary edit suite networking system, CBC Sports
  • 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s WorldCup, Montreal, QC, IT and fibre engineering support, RTS remote intercom systems, CBC Sports
  • 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, CBC Sports broadcast engineering support team
  • 2012 ISU, World Figure Skating Championships, London, Ontario, CBC Sports
  • 2011 FINA, Aquatics World Championships, Shanghai, China, CBC Sports
  • 2010 Winter Olympic Games, pre-event broadcast location setup and planning, engineering support French services of Radio Canada
  • Pre 2010 CBC Radio Canada, Hockey Day in Canada broadcasts, Whitehorse, Yukon, Iqaluit, Nunavut, Nelson, BC, broadcast engineering support
  • 25 years of broadcast engineering support, technical producer of multiple Arctic Winter Games coverages 1990 – 2014 across the northern hemisphere, Alaska, Northern Canada, Greenland
  • National, Provincial and Territorial as well as municipal elections coverages across Canada