Radio Systems > Two-way

Distribution deal for Daniels

27 April, 2007

Daniels Electronics has signed a distribution agreement to have EF Johnson distribute Daniels radios as part of the Project 25 compliant solution throughout North America.

Trunked mobile

13 March, 2007

Tait Electronics has released the latest additions to its TM8000 trunked mobile series with the TM8235 and an enhanced TM8255 dual mode trunked/conventional mobile. The TM8235 is an MPT 1327 radio that simplifies the functionality of the more sophisticated TM8255.

Public safetymobile

01 December, 2006

Tait Electronics has launched the TM8260 mobile radio - a dual band system.

UHF CB GPS handheld

27 April, 2005

Using GPS and UHF, the GPS205 enables the user to send, receive and navigate a position to a friend, communicate up to 6 km and provide a level of nationwide protection.

Waterproof handheld

26 October, 2004

The iFinder H2O is a totally waterproof handheld, rugged enough to handle any harsh environment. It comes with sporty styling and a sure-grip rubber welt seal, along with dual processors and a high-res screen.

Wireless backhaul product range

27 September, 2004

The airHaul Nexus intelligent wireless backhaul family of LongRange broadband wireless products from smartBridges is designed to provide an alternative to expensive, leased T1/E1 lines and multiple T1 circuits. The backhaul radios provide a solution for near-line-of-sight applications in enterprise point-to-(multi)point wireless wide area networks (WAN) or service provider extensions (full-repeater).

Digital access radio

22 March, 2004

The Aprisa XE point-to-point digital access radio solution provides point-to-point radio links with up to 16 Mbps of capacity over distances up to 100 km.

Submersible, portable land mobile radios

22 March, 2004

Icom's F50/F60 series of waterproof (submersible), portable land mobile transceivers meets JIS-7 standards (equivalent to the more commonly known IEC IPx7 Ingress Protection Standard), just like many marine VHF handheld radios. This brings waterproof durability to tough work environments and meets the diverse needs of the government, utilities, transportation, and business and industry markets. This is useful for anyone whose communication needs place them indoors and outdoors, as well as first responders for whom tough environments may limit communications in do-or-die situations.

Point-to-point radio

30 January, 2004

4RF Communications engineers point-to-point radio technologies for use in low-capacity linking and network-edge applications. The Aprisa range of digital access radios are intelligent, standalone solutions for transporting voice, data and high-speed Internet.

HF radio bridges the gap between peacekeepers and NGOs

11 December, 2003 by Rod Macduff

Peacekeepers and NGOs are confronted with many similar communications problems when they find themselves in trouble spots where public order has broken down

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