The ACMA has released a draft of a new Australian Radiofrequency Spectrum Plan for public comment. When completed, this will replace the current spectrum plan developed in January 2005.
Andrew has won a major contract to upgrade the existing communications infrastructure on one of Singapore’s mass rapid transit rail lines to support a third-generation wireless network — the first 3G service for an underground radio network in Singapore.
Tait Electronics is the first radio manufacturer to become an accredited ARCIA (Australian Radio Communications Industry Association) member.
A scholarship for an advanced diploma of electronic communication engineering will be provided by Tait at RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology).
Impinj has acquired Intel’s RFID operation, a business created by Intel’s New Business Initiatives incubator and which developed the R1000 RFID reader chip.
Major changes to land mobile frequencies and modes of operation are up for consideration in two papers released by the ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Authority) just before its RadComms conference. The two discussion papers, ‘Spectrum Options: 403-520 MHz band’ and ‘Five-year Spectrum Outlook 2009-2014’ were of particular interest to many in the audience and came in for a good deal of discussion.
Coronis Systems and CMC Ekocon have announced a partnership to deploy Coronis wireless technology in the first large-scale automatic metering network in Eastern Europe.
The 2008 Emona Test Instruments Catalogue covers 72 pages of instrumentation and equipment for electronics, manufacturing, service and education, as well as general electrical testing and specialist electrical compliance testing.
Rohde & Schwarz says it has the first laboratory in Australia to be accredited to perform measurements of radio disturbance and immunity testing receivers to the AS NZS CISPR 16.1.1 . 'Radio Disturbance Measurement Apparatus' Standard.
An engineer from Korea is seeking Australian and international distributors for his solar-powered mobile device rechargers, which he expects will change the way we use mobile devices.
Aeroflex has opened a regional service centre in Singapore that enables the Aeroflex Test Solutions (ATS) division to provide instrument service support to its users within the major growth markets in Asia.
Electronic component distributor Digi-Key Corporation and Nearson have signed a global distribution agreement.
Fluke Australia has announced three new distribution agreements. The newly formed Testing Equipment Solutions (TES) has been appointed the distributor of Fluke precision measurement instruments in Queensland, while NSW distribution will be handled by IPI. Triple Point Calibration (TPC) will service Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Northern Territory and Western Australia.