Radio Systems > Two-way

GPS for two-way

05 March, 2008

CRS Accessories has launched the GPS-speaker microphone, claimed to be a marriage of two-way radio systems and GPS technologies giving improved communications for groups, such as the emergency services.


Successful acquisition

04 March, 2008

Codan Limited has acquired Australian-based metal detection and electronics business, Minelab Electronics Pty Ltd.


Accreditation program kicks off

22 February, 2008

The Australian Radio Communications Industry Association (ARCIA) has started receiving applications for its industry-wide accreditation program.


Harsh conditions radio

07 February, 2008

The Motorola GP628 Plus is a non-keypad, two-way radio and said by the company to be one of the toughest units it has produced. Rated IP67, dust-tight and water-submersible, the radio is resistant to knocks and drops.


They came, they saw, they conquered

08 January, 2008

They came, they presented, they exhibited, they networked and they dined. They said they were "impressed", "delighted", they said it was worthwhile and then they asked where the 2008 event will be.


Another sell-out dinner!

08 January, 2008

Held in conjunction with the RadioComms Connect 2007 conference, the ARCIA gala dinner brought together over 350 industry professionals, including manufacturers, suppliers, designers and system users, to celebrate the industry.


Handheld radios

05 December, 2007

The VX-820 series of commercial handheld radios are IP57 submersible and come standard with a powerful 2000 mAh Li-Ion battery for long talk times. A 3000 mAh Li-Ion battery is also available. Designed for use in hazardous environments, the devices each exceed the military specification 810C/D/E/F. They are claimed to be the smallest digital APCO25 radios in the world.


The strengths of mobile radio

03 October, 2007 by Paul Elmes, Tait Electronics

When Cyclone Larry ripped through the northern Queensland coast last year, crops were left ravaged, homes destroyed and local infrastructure severely damaged


Wireless speaker-microphone

05 September, 2007

FreeMic has been released following the launch of FreeMotion, claimed to be the world's first secure wireless headset for two-way radios. Both devices use 'near field magnetic communications' that uses the magnetic field component of radio waves to create a small communications 'bubble' that envelops the personal space of the radio user.


Through-the-earth radio keeps miners in touch

27 August, 2007

A digital two-way radio system that can send signals from the surface to depths greater than 300 m will allow voice and text communication especially for miners.


New way for two-way

22 August, 2007

Imagine a virtual 24 h drive-through for professional radio products and accessories from the comfort of your home, office or field location. Finally, true convenience, choice and real savings has arrived with the opening of Radio Warehouse this month.


TX3440 - GME UHF Radio

03 August, 2007

The TX3440 is a complete new design with all the controls and display screen incorporated into the microphone. Designed and built entirely in Australia, this model again sets the standard offering a most comprehensive list of features and specifications.


South African Police on the ball with Tait radios

21 June, 2007

The South African Police Service (SAPS) has chosen to use Tait radios and has committed to a new two-year multi-million dollar contract.


Motorola dealer of the year award

20 June, 2007

Bearcom has received the 2006 Motorola Australasian Dealer of the Year Award for the 12th consecutive year at the annual Motorola Dealer Conference in Melbourne last month.


470-520 MHz radios

05 June, 2007

Daniels Electronics has expanded its UHF analog and digital P25 radio product range to operate in the 470-520 MHz T-band.


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