Vishay VFR resistors program

23 August, 2011 | Supplied by: Braemac Pty Ltd

Vishay says its Foil Resistors division (VFR) has introduced a technical program for users in the US, Europe and Asia that helps in selecting resistors by clarifying the differences among precision resistor technologies beyond the basic information offered on datasheets.

Emergency responses under scrutiny

23 August, 2011

NSW State Emergency Services has been assessed by Tait Radio Communications.

South Australian dinner

08 August, 2011

ARCIA is hosting a networking event at the National Wine Centre in September.

Motorola expands global services

08 August, 2011

Motorola Solutions is expanding its current services.

Tait facility opens in China

05 August, 2011

Tait Radio Communications has opened a new facility in Beijing, China.

Mobile location centre boosted

04 August, 2011

CommScope has upgraded its GeoLENs Mobile Location Centre in the US.

Vital signs monitor wins $70,000 grant

03 August, 2011

The UTS has received $70,000 in grants to help take the Lachesis vital signs monitor to the global market.

APCO welcomes digital strategy

03 August, 2011

APCO Australasia has welcomed the release of the National Digital Economy Strategy.

DMR gains new member

02 August, 2011

Fixed and wireless communications and financial electronics provider Eastern Communications has become the latest DMR Association Category 1 member.

Optical link proves SKA feasibility

01 August, 2011

Radio astronomers used six telescopes to observe a radio source that may be two black holes orbiting each other.

Tait scholarship

29 July, 2011

ARCIA is seeking applications for its Sir Angus Tait Memorial Scholarship.

Industry dinner

27 July, 2011

ARCIA is holding the next industry dinner and networking event at the National Wine Centre in Adelaide.

Partner prospectus

27 July, 2011

ARCIA has released its Partnership Prospectus for 2011-2012.

ARCIA annual meeting

27 July, 2011

ARCIA is holding its fifth annual meeting at Wheelers Hill International in Melbourne, Victoria.

Students focus on firefighters

26 July, 2011

Tait Radio Communications has helped fund four students from the University of Canterbury's New Zealand Institute of Language, Brain and Behaviour.

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