Radio Systems > Two-way

Kenwood TK-5810 FM/P25 radio

16 October, 2009

The Kenwood TK-5810 premium, high-specification, heavy-duty radio offers conventional FM and P25 digital operation for law enforcement, fire and emergency services.

Enhanced two-way

19 August, 2009 by

Additional features have been included in the GME TX4800 IP67 ingress rated 25 W mobile.

Upgraded two-way

22 June, 2009 by

GME has included several new features in the TX4800.

Radio, phone and data links

28 May, 2009

Ergon Energy of Queensland, one of Australia’s largest electricity companies, has partnered with Zetron to develop and implement a new, integrated, customised communications system for the utility.

Duplex wireless system

28 April, 2009 by

The Simultalk 24G is a full duplex wireless system that provides hands-free, two-way voice communications.

9712Plus audio adapter

28 April, 2009

CRS Accessories has manufactured the 9712Plus adapter for Motorola users upgrading their radio fleet and who want to continue using their 2-pin accessories. It is a cost-saving device especially beneficial for two-way radio hire companies or organisations using a wide variety of accessories from earpieces, remote speaker microphones, headsets, etc.

Portable terminal

01 April, 2009 by

The SRP9180 is the newest addition to the Simoco range of mobile radio terminal products. It is based on the existing SRP9100 series Xmode platform.

Speeding up public transport

27 March, 2009

A Nebula TETRA solution supplied by Teltronic to Transmilenio is helping to transform the Colombian capital’s public transport system and reduce traffic congestion by providing reliable, secure voice, data and slow data services to its entire fleet of buses.

Spectrum management under discussion

10 March, 2009

The Australian Communications and Media Authority’s third annual conference on the management of Australia’s radiofrequency spectrum, Radcomms09, will offer an opportunity to hear the latest developments, future trends and challenges in radiofrequency spectrum management.

Random antenna arrays boost emergency communications

02 March, 2009

According to NIST, radio communications could be boosted at a disaster site by setting out four extra transmitters in a random arrangement to significantly increase the signal power at the receiver.

BlackBerry picks Sydney

06 February, 2009

Research In Motion, the company behind the BlackBerry wireless solution, has opened a regional headquarters in Sydney to serve customers in Australia.

Spectrum use updated

29 January, 2009

The Australian Communications and Media Authority has released an Australian radiofrequency spectrum plan.

New managing director to join Tait

21 January, 2009

Tait Electronics has named Frank Owen as its new Managing Director to replace Michael Chick when he retires from the company in 2009.

Tait’s handheld radios

01 December, 2008

Tait’s TP8100 series of conventional and trunked portable radios claim to set new standards for build quality and industrial design. Dustproof, waterproof and shockproof beyond IP67 and military standards (MIL-STD 810 F), all models in the TP8100 series deliver reliability and durability.

Tune in to RadioComms Connect for a great reception in November

03 September, 2008

It’s bigger, it’s better and it’s longer, and it’s unique in the Australasian two-way radio world. It’s RadioComms Connect 2008, which is back for its second year and set to take the radio industry by storm when it comes to Melbourne in November.

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