Surge protection is an important consideration for any network, but it can be particularly challenging for a 10 GbE PoE++ protocol data network due to the high speeds and power involved.
As threat actors shift their focus towards disrupting OT environments, it's important that OT operators, including those maintaining professional radio systems, strengthen their resilience strategies.
The collection of vulnerabilities, named TETRA:BURST, are claimed to allow for real-time decryption, message injection and user de-anonymisation.
A shield that can block interference but allow for optical communication channels could help to optimise electronic device performance in a variety of civilian and military settings.
The product is designed to provide a native ZTNA experience that offers simplicity, efficiency and granularity for Cradlepoint deployments.
The polyphthalamides combine high thermal stability with excellent electrical insulation and low water uptake.
Novaris Surge filters are made in a wide range of sizes for all conditions to provide a high level of protection to critical equipment, from 6 to 2000 A.
Metcase's Technofeet from ROLEC OKW Australia New Zealand are universal case feet that can be fitted, with or without legs, to any plastic or metal enclosure.
METCASE has launched an extra-deep 24″ version of its COMBIMET 19″ enclosures, suitable for server rack type applications.
CommScope’s DryLine Sahara provides a reliable way to get a handle on humidity. It features an air circuit path that can support large volume systems in a fraction of the space of traditional solutions.
Moxa has released the AWK-3131 wireless access point, equipped with M12 connectors to protect wired connections from the wear and tear of vibration, moisture and dust.
The CSMA-LAMBDA/4-2.0-BS-SET coaxial protective adapter protects radio system antenna connectors for narrowband signals with a frequency range from 1.7 to 2.3 GHz.
A recent ACMA investigation has identified two people who were unlawfully using a commercial radiofrequency for their own personal communications channel.
A chemical milling process is being used to manufacture RF and EMI shielding in long or short runs, enabling a reduced development and delivery times.