A handheld mobile phone detector called the Wolfhound-PRO has been introduced to the American Correctional Association’s 2011 Winter Conference in the US. The Wolfhound-PRO is the third in a line of BVS's advanced, award-winning cell phone detection products and the most advanced in terms of sensitivity and features.
Zetron is celebrating 30 years of operation in the Asia-Pacific.
The DMR Association has welcomed five new members: Atlantic Telecommunications, Fisher Wireless Services, Repeater Network LLC and Saia Communications, based in the US, and Etherstack, based in the UK.
Andrew Solutions, a CommScope division in the US, has upgraded its GeoLENs mobile location centre to version 10.1 with additional and expanded functionalities.
Laird Technologies has expanded its global distribution with Digi-Key to include its infrastructure antenna systems product range.
I keep on saying it and now I’m going to say it again - RadioComms Connect was the busiest, the biggest and the best in its relatively brief four-year history. From small beginnings it has grown to last year’s size that even forced onto the concourse of the stadium two companies. But they didn’t seem to worry as people passed to and from on their way to the presentations.
Electronics design house Aiotec has acquired embedded systems and ARM technology company Bluewater Systems. It enables husband-and-wife team Shayne and Jeanne Crimp to extend their business with specialist skills, complementary technology and a more diverse and international user base.
Low Power Radio Solutions (LPRS), a European supplier of short-range radio devices, has provided a high-sensitivity, omnidirectional Yagi antenna to four amateur space enthusiasts who have now managed five successful high-altitude balloon flights into near space.
The DMR Association and the European Telecommunications Standards Institute have signed a letter of intent to work together in the area of digital mobile radio.
KiwiRail and Xworks Radio Interoperability Systems won the Information, Communication Electrical and Electronic Technology category at the New Zealand Engineering Excellence Awards in Wellington.
Radiometrix is strengthening its position within the Indian market by collaborating with the distribution firm APC Technologies.
Berkeley Varitronics Systems has won an award for the Wolfhound family of security products at the 2010 Innovation Awards.
Garmin and ASUSTeK will alter their current co-branded business model for location-centric mobile handsets.
Wireless Telecom Group has signed a service agreement with Electroservices, Telford in Britain to become a fully authorised Wireless Telecom Service centre for the EMEA region.
The ACMA is replanning part of the 2.5 GHz band to facilitate new uses such as wireless access services while retaining parts of the band used by current licensees for electronic news gathering.