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Re: Burk Problems
To: jeffg@wzxv.org, crtech@crtech.org
Subject: Re: Burk Problems
From: billhurne@pilgrimradio.com <billhurne@pilgrimradio.com>
Date: Tue, 9 May 2017 10:22:20 GMT



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    Could a monitor FM receive yagi at your studios been blown sideways in the wind?   This would effect Belars and SCA receiver.
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------ Original message------From: Jeff GallatinDate: Mon, May 8, 2017 12:15 PMTo: CRTech;Subject:RE: [CRTech] Burk Problems
Thank you all for the input and Bill, I apologize for the scant information, it came from a scant brain. We are using a microwave and we use Martis for that and we have checked all connections. The Belars and Martis are in the studios. The computer aka. Auto Pilot doesn’t see any data and we have checked all those connections. Could tree growth be an issue. I have always been under the impression that trees would not be a problem for microwave?   Jeff GallatinWZXV1777 Rochester Rd.Farmington, NY 14425P-585.398.3569F-585.398.3250www.wzxv.org From: Shane Toven [mailto:shanetoven@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, May 08, 2017 2:11 PM
To: CRTech >
Subject: Re: [CRTech] Burk Problems Hey, Jeff… “Blinky light syndrome” on an ARC-16 indicates the link has been lost. Check your data link from transmitter to studio—or if it’s an SCA, you’ve somehow lost the SCA signal. --Shane Tovenshanetoven@gmail.comshane@broadcastengineer.org On May 8, 2017, at 12:06 PM, Jeff Gallatin <jeffg@wzxv.org> wrote: Reaching into the well of wisdom… We have been using the Burk  Arc-16 Version 4.6a system to link our studios to the transmitter for the last 24 years. As of late we have had issues with the system that perplex us. We have lost all readings from the transmitter. All the LED alarm lights are randomly blinking on and off, even the ones that are not assigned to anything. Also the needles on the Belars are pegging out. Has anyone experienced this before and if so what did you do to correct it? We have not been able to monitor levels or remotely control the transmitter since the 5th of May. Seeking His wisdom and yours,Jeff  
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