The Acromag VWB2000 is a point-to-point wireless signal bridge that takes analog, discrete or Modbus signals and reproduces them at a second location.
The deal signifies an ongoing relationship with the USA's state and federal governments.
A saltwater antenna capable of steering VHF and UHF signals could help improve maritime, IoT and 5G communications.
Deployable mobile radio transmission sites in bushfire-affected areas aim to strengthen communications coverage for Queensland emergency responders.
American Tower Corporation will reportedly proceed with the US$584 million purchase of approximately 9000 towers from India's Idea Cellular.
Germany's telecommunications watchdog blocked about 460,000 unsafe devices from entering the country in 2017.
The TWIG Intrinsically-Safe Protector Pro Ex is a ruggedised personal duress and man-down lone worker unit.
A $50,000 grant will help a South Australian engineering business develop a high-powered geophysical transmitter system.
The Simoco LinX 200 meets DMR standards and operates on Tier II digital conventional and analog modes, making it suitable for organisations planning to upgrade to digital radio communications from their analog systems.
The Cobham Explorer PTT is a purpose-built L-band satellite RoIP solution designed to be bandwidth efficient on the Inmarsat network to provide a global solution, with the option of using GSM when available.
Thousands of wireless microphones which are set to be sent to the scrap heap on 31 December due to new government regulations may now be saved.
Researchers have achieved wireless rates of 40 Gbps at 240 GHz, a feat that promises to seamlessly span wireless and optical technologies.
Sir John Ambrose Fleming is regarded as the man who established the practical fundamentals of the thermionic valve era of radio and electronics.
Indiana Technology and Manufacturing Companies (ITAMCO) has released the iBlue - a handheld bluetooth transmitter that gathers crucial production data and sends it to bluetooth-enabled smartphones, tablets and computers.
The Lachesis vital signs monitor, developed by researchers at UniQuest’s commercialisation collaboration partner, the University of Technology Sydney, has received $70,000 in grants to help take the invention to the global market.