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  1. Radio studios are very similar to recording studios, particularly in the case of production studios which are not normally used on-air

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  2. This type of studio would normally have all of the same equipment that any other audio recording studio would have, particularly if it is at a large station, or at a combined facility that houses a station group

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  3. Broadcast studios also use many of the same principles such as sound isolation, with adaptations suited to the live on-air nature of their use

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  4. In the U.S., FCC-licensed stations also must have an Emergency Alert System decoder (typically in the studio), and in the case of full-power stations, an encoder that can interrupt programming on all channels which a station transmits in order to bro

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  5. Such equipment would commonly include a telephone hybrid for putting telephone calls on the air, a POTS codec for receiving remote broadcasts, a dead air alarm for detecting unexpected silence, and a broadcast delay for dropping anything from coughs

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    created by user picturefactobot on December 26, 2008
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