The Modified & Custom Interconnects Design Guide, available both online and in print, details capabilities for application-specific products, whether simple modifications to standard systems or custom designs.
Daniels Electronics, international supplier of radio base stations, repeaters and paging transmitters for public safety and natural resource applications, was named Technology Company of the Year at the annual Victoria Advanced Technology (VIATeC) awards banquet held on Thursday 13 May.
The widespread growth of WiMAX in India has prompted Berkeley Varitronics to open a sales office in Pune, India.
Remote central locking is among the most convenient aspects of modern motoring. Transmission of the radio signal that activates the system is not particularly secure, however. A new encryption technique increases security without draining the key’s battery.
La Trobe University has signed a contract with Sydney-based semiconductor firm Sapphicon to help build one of the world's smallest and most advanced radio receiver microchips.
Tait Radio Communications is among the first land mobile radio manufacturers able to issue test reports and supplier’s declaration of compliance statements as part of the inaugural P25 Compliance Assessment Program (CAP) tests.
TR Bearcom has been named the 2009 Motorola Australasian Dealer of the Year.
The ACMA has released a discussion paper as part of its review of the pricing, planning and licensing arrangements for spectrum in the 2.5 GHz band. The 2.5 GHz band is currently used primarily by free-to-air TV broadcasters for electronic news gathering (ENG).
The chairman of the Daniels Electronics board, Terry G Daniels, is this year's recipient of the Radio Club of America's Fred M Link Award, "For his substantial contribution to the advancement and development of Land Mobile Radio and Communications."
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has released a discussion paper containing proposals for establishing radiocommunications licensing arrangements for in-flight mobile communications on aircraft.
The 2009 Industry Gala Dinner, hosted by ARCIA, at the Palladium in Melbourne drew over 370 radio communications professionals from far and wide this year, demonstrating the industry’s strength despite growing concerns of stability during the financial crisis earlier this year.