Radio Systems > Earth systems

Ericsson, Qualcomm and Thales to take 5G into space

14 July, 2022

5G non-terrestrial networks could provide global 5G coverage, including areas currently not served by terrestrial networks.

Chinese astronauts rely on Hytera for safe return

05 May, 2022

Hytera provided communication support for both the safe landing of the Shenzhou-13 return capsule as well as the astronauts.

Satellites overcome Russian interference in Ukrainian comms

14 March, 2022

Starlink Internet service arrival in Ukraine highlights future potential of low earth orbit satellites, says GlobalData.

Capricorn Space expands WA capabilities

11 March, 2022

Two five-metre S/X-Band antenna systems are being utilised providing services to global satellite constellation operators.

Providing global private wireless networks

08 February, 2022

With Intelsat no business location is too remote to contribute to the potential of the digitised organisation.

Intelsat FlexEnterprise Hosted networks

03 February, 2022

Organisations use private wireless networks to bridge gaps of Wi-Fi and public cellular networks.

First of seven Inmarsat satellites launched

19 January, 2022

Intended to deliver enhanced L-band and Ka-band for the Indo-Pacific.

Motorola to deploy TETRA network for Romania's emergency services

04 November, 2021

The digital radio technology will support all police, fire, ambulance and national security services frontline teams.

Tassta ends support for TR.Pro

11 June, 2021

Two products introduced to replace the dispatcher system.

Molex power connectivity solutions

18 May, 2021

Molex provides connectors designed to support power supplies and systems requiring high-current transfer in challenging and thermal-constrained spaces.

Best of 2020: Lightning protection for radiocommunication sites

06 January, 2021 by Phillip R. Tompson

A total system approach can protect radiocommunication sites from even direct lightning strikes to towers, antennas and powerlines.

Thunderstorms revealed to disrupt satellite tracking

03 November, 2016

'Thunderstorms' in the ionosphere may be the cause of satellite blackouts when they fly over the equator between Africa and South America, new research shows.

Protection pays — guarding against lightning and surges

27 January, 2016 by Jonathan Nally

Lightning strikes are inevitable, so it's important to make sure your facilities and equipment are appropriately protected.

EPR Safety Mat

30 October, 2015

The EPR Safety Mat provides a simple means for mitigating step and touch voltage hazards via a three-layer design that complies with IEC61111, IEEE Std.81 and ENA EG1 standards.

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