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HA Design Group was established as an engineering firm that is driven to give our customers the best in design,  engineering, and workflow practice and to give them a design that looks at important technical, operational, and business considerations. We look at innovative approaches to solve the  problems that today's broadcasters face.

One of the projects of our design engineers was GPTV, the first all-digital broadcast facility in the United States.

  HA Design is providing engineering, design and project coordination for Harris Broadcast on a production complex that encompasses Georgia Public Television, Peach State radio, Georgia Distance Learning and other functions of Georgia Public Broadcasting. It involves 3 main TV studios, 6 smaller studios, control rooms, machine core, master control, satellite control center, 4 radio control rooms. 3 editing suites, 1 audio sweetening room, a graphics suite and a teleport with seven dishes.  
At the request of  Harris Broadcast, Willy Halla did the engineering and  design of the DTV Express*, the ground-breaking HDTV truck that traveled the nation as a mobile TV station to educate broadcasters on integrating D-TV, HDTV and NTSC in a single facility. (*DTV Express is a registered trademark of Harris Corporation)
  Our Engineers were instrumental in the design, engineering and integration of WTVI’s new HDTV broadcast facility in Charlotte, NC, including master control, automation, transmitter, 3 editing suites, production studios and control rooms. Beyond HDTV, this is also the first broadcast facility in the U. S. to implement Dolby-E.  
   
The next two projects were in radio, one for NPR in Los Angeles and one for Middle East Radio Network in Dubai, UAE. Both utilized a central routing systems with digital audio boards and centralized server systems.


 
 

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