Today, there are few prouder staff at Tait Radio Communications than Ian Gardiner. One of the original 12 employees of Tait Electronics, Ian fulfilled the wish of late company founder Sir Angus Tait by developing the company’s historical display.
Laird Technologies has expanded its global distribution product portfolio with Mouser Electronics to include its thermal management product range.
Testadvance has become the ditributor for Thiesen radio-over-IP products in the Asia-Pacific region.
Advantech has partnered with u-blox, a supplier of embedded positioning and wireless communications products, to provide in-vehicle computing solutions for fleet management.
The GSMA 2010 Mobile World Congress will be held from 15-18 February 2010 at the Fira de Barcelona at Montjuic in Barcelona, Spain.
Communication & Wireless Services are ACMA accredited to allocate radio communication frequencies.
ETSI has launched a Wireless Factory Starter Group, aimed at identifying standardisation needs and opportunities in the expanding domain of wireless factory automation.
Aeroflex and w2bi (Wireless to Business Integration) have agreed to pool their test expertise and technology to jointly develop a network certification platform for LTE mobile devices.
Daniels Electronics has renewed its radios distribution agreement with Kenwood USA that will continue to distribute Daniels radios for public safety and government agencies throughout the US.
A focus on technical innovation in transport and how it is driving changes in radiofrequency spectrum planning and use is the topic of the Transport Spectrum Tune-Up in Melbourne on 18 November.
Motorola has won a contract to provide a TETRA digital trunked radio communications network to Urumqi Airport, China, together with Beijing Civil Aviation Tianyu Technology Development.
Several of the world’s device and network suppliers in digital radio services have launched the Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) Association.
With just three weeks until this year’s major radio and combined communications event opens in Melbourne, the list of those involved continues to grow. Exhibitors, speakers and delegates from Europe, the USA and Asia are signing up for what is proving itself to be a worthy addition to the calendar.
MiMOMax Wireless has won first place in the 2009 Federation of Communication Services (FCS) Radio Business innovation award.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority’s (ACMA) next annual RadComms conference will be held from 5-6 May 2010 in Melbourne and will focus on strategic, contemporary radiofrequency spectrum management issues.