Emona is ‘highly commended’

Monday, 30 April, 2007

Emona Instruments has received a Highly Commended placing in the "˜Learning' category at the fifth Secrets of Australian ICT Innovation Competition Awards Ceremony held in March 2007 for the company's Australian designed and manufactured internet-based telecommunications learning equipment, net*TIMS.

The award was presented to co-developers, Alfred Breznik and Carlo Manfredini by the Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, Senator Helen Coonan, recognising Australia's most innovative ICT companies.

Breznik says: "TIMS shows that niche high technology products designed in Australia can achieve success in overseas markets. We export TIMS to 25 countries and have over 120 universities and colleges alone in the US using TIMS products, including Princeton University and Johns Hopkins University."

net*TIMS is laboratory equipment designed for university-level telecommunications and signal processing courses, which is controlled by students across the internet or LAN, and can implement practically any form of modulation or coding. It is based on the company's TIMS laboratory lab hardware, used in a traditional laboratory by students building telecommunications modulation and coding schemes.

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