Radio IP Software Inc has reached a technology agreement with The Genesis Group that will develop a stand-alone reporting platform for Radio IP’s family of mobile VPN products, including the MTG, ipUnplugged and Mult-IP software suites.
Daniels Electronics has posted test results and supplier’s declaration of compliance documents to the US government on the MT-4E P25 radios that encompass base station, repeater and transportable repeater configurations for the UHF band with VHF and 700/800 MHz bands to follow.
The fourth, two-day RadComms conference organised by the ACMA, provided an opportunity to hear the latest spectrum developments, participate in open forums and exchange ideas with radio communications professionals from across industry and government.
While spectrum, its accessibility, allocation and use were the all-absorbing topics of the ACMA’s fourth RadComms conference, the authority’s chairman, Chris Chapman, covered a range of other topics in his opening address in Melbourne. This is an edited version of his presentation.
Tait Radio Communications has strengthened its senior management team with two new members.
Andrew Solutions, the CommScope division, has promoted Navin Vohra to be vice-president of sales, Asia Pacific.
APCO Australasia has launched its new website that has been redesigned to include new information and services to better meet the needs of members and industry.
The announcement confirming the size of the spectrum 'digital dividend' from analog television switch-off has paved the way for the ACMA to consult potential spectrum purchasers.
Vertex Standard has appointed Audioxtra as a primary distribution partner for its product range in Australia.
Imec and the Holst Centre have developed an ultra-low-power 2.4 GHz/915 MHz receiver with good sensitivity. The receiver runs on a record low power consumption of 51 µW when on continuously. It occupies 0.36 mm2 in 90 nm CMOS, and for 10 Kbps on-off keying reception it achieves -69 dBm and -80 dBm sensitivity at 2.4 GHz and 915 MHz.
An eight-week trial of satellite-delivered, high-speed broadband for two remote rural South Island schools in New Zealand has been completed. The trial, aimed to test the effectiveness of satellite as a means of providing a high-speed broadband link, was conducted in Winchester Rural School in Canterbury and Haast Rural School on the west coast.