Codan has expanded its satellite communications business with the purchase of Pennysylvania-based Locus Microwave for AU$4.3 million.
AWR and the James Cook University School of Engineering & Physical Sciences have announced that an RF and microwave electronic engineering course developed by assoc prof Keith Kikkert is now available free to other universities worldwide.
Zenitel is supplying a Motorola TETRA system to the Ormen Lange gas refinery in Aukra, on the west coast of Norway.
Aeroflex has agreed with Icom to provide automated test and alignment capabilities for Icom radios on the Aeroflex 3920 digital radio test set.
Alpha Micro Components has signed a new distribution agreement with Sierra Wireless.
The Bridge Networks has been awarded the Interim Anchoring contract for the JP2008 Phase 4 program by the Defence Material Organisation.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority is seeking public and industry comment on the effectiveness in Australia of the secondary market for radiofrequency licences.
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).