Radio Systems > Digital

Long-range wireless network

22 June, 2009 by

The FlexWave Millimetre Wave (MMW) point-to-point millimetre wave transmission system operates in the licensed 71 GHz to 86 GHz spectrum and provides fibre-speed wireless line-of-sight communication links within a 6 km range.

2.4 GHz starter kit

08 April, 2009 by

Jennic has released a low-cost starter kit allowing developers with little or no wireless experience to develop products.

Digital link

06 April, 2009 by

MiMOMax has released the series II network digital link for rackmount indoor and pole-mount outdoor applications. In the outdoor application IP67 dust and moisture protection is provided.

WiMAX network for Thai university

08 September, 2008

TT&T is deploying the first Cisco WiMAX network in Asia–Pacific at Mae Fah Luang University. It is expected to help bridge the digital divide as this will also be the first production WiMAX network in Thailand once the rollout is completed.

DX-64 management system

07 February, 2008

Omnitronics has released DX-64 with voice over IP (VoIP) capabilities.

Taxis and buses measure wireless quality

04 May, 2007 by Elizabeth Latham, Journalist

Can taxis and buses measure wireless network quality? According to Andrew Corporation yes, taxis and buses are important extensions of a wireless network operator's efforts to measure network performance and improve service levels.

Putting rail back on track

11 October, 2005

While Australia's railways continue to be riddled by different, often incompatible communications systems, the efficiency and continued development of the network are at risk. Antoine Rouot of Nortel discusses a new digital radiocommunications system.

Networking reference guides

26 October, 2004

Available from Anritsu are three reference publications relating to IP and Next Generation Networking and Wireless Communications.

Wireless digital music player

25 May, 2004

With Netgear's MP101 Wireless Digital Music Player, users can now enjoy their digital music files from their computers and unlimited, worldwide Internet radio with their friends and family throughout their home.

Moving radio into the digital age

11 December, 2003

A breakthrough discovery by DSTO scientists will have a significant impact on future technology in many areas of sensing and communications, bringing the potential for dramatically improved wideband RF surveillance

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