“The main objective of the AFCCE shall be to aid and promote the proper federal administration and regulation of those engineering and technical phases of communications which are regulated by the Federal Communications Commission, to uphold the honor and dignity of engineers before the Federal Communications Commission, and to provide for the mutual improvement and social intercourse of the members of the Association.”
The 2014 Annual Meeting of the Association was a major success, assisted by mostly cooperative late spring Nova Scotia weather and a wonderfully comfortable venue–The Prince George Hotel, Halifax. Members enjoyed a bus ride through the Atlantic Coast countryside to the Nautel transmitter plant, where they were treated to a no-holds barred plant tour and… Read more »
The 2014 Annual Meeting of the Association promises to be a big success, with a beautiful venue, temperatures in line with the spring that it still is, and interesting topics to discuss. Please come and help shape AFCCE policy and direction for the coming years, and enjoy the fellowship of other members of the AFCCE… Read more »
Many thanks to the very talented Chris Ruggia of Vast Graphics, and Mike Rhodes (also very talented), for the help in bringing this new AFCCE website to cyberspace. I hope that it will serve as a community-builder for a freer-flow of information between members, and as a forum for topics that are of importance to… Read more »
On October 29, 2013, the FCC adopted a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that included various suggestions for the revitalization of the AM service. AFCCE and a number of its members were active in filing comments and reply comments for this important docket. AFCCE’s comments are available via the links below.
It has been observed that a one-year term for President of the Association may be too short to get meaningful objectives accomplished. The Board has wrestled with this for several meetings, trying to decide just how a two-year term would work, constitutionally, and the sticky issue is that the president comes from the full members… Read more »
AFCCE membership met at the Holiday Inn, Rosslyn, VA for lunch and to hear a presentation by Jerry Armes on the electric utility smart grid and the frequency allocation issues related to it. Prior to the luncheon meeting, the AFCCE Board of Directors and the Scholarship Board met in their usual monthly meetings to discuss… Read more »