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Society of Broadcast Engineers

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Society of Broadcast Engineers

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The Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) is a engineers in broadcast radio and television. The SBE also offers certification in various radio frequency and video and audio technology areas for its members.


Operator Level Certifications

Broadcast Networking Certifications

Engineer Level Certifications

Specialist Certifications

Previous Certifications

These certifications are still in use but are no longer issued.

  • Certified Senior Broadcast Engineer (CSBE)
  • Certified Radio and Television Broadcast Engineer (CBRTE)
  • Certified Senior Radio and Television Broadcast Engineer (CSRTE)

External links

  • SBE Official Website
  • Society of Broadcast Engineers Hong Kong Chapter(SBE HK Chapter Official Website)

See also


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