Radio Systems

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.

Observatory equipped with antenna

05 January, 2009

The first of many antennas has been handed over to the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) project.

Programmable noise generator

01 January, 2009 | Supplied by: ASD Technology Pty Ltd

ASD Technology has released the NW-ATE series of rugged programmable noise generators for automatic test applications.

RFID reader

01 January, 2009 | Supplied by: Arrow Electronics Australia Pty Ltd

austriamicrosystems, in partnership with BeeDar Technology, has released the latest BDUR-002 mid-range UHF RFID reader.

Antenna technology

01 January, 2009 | Supplied by: Maser Technology Group

Kathrein has created ultra broadband antenna technology which allows deployment of a single antenna, covering not only existing network requirements in the 1710-2170 MHz bandwidth, but also next-generation networks such as WiMAX 2.5 and LTE 2.6.

Technique finds gaps in wireless networks

02 December, 2008

A technique developed at Rice University and Hewlett-Packard Laboratories allows Wi-Fi architects to test and refine their layouts using readily available information.

Tait’s handheld radios

01 December, 2008 | Supplied by: Tait Communications

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.

Electronic DNA enables unclonable RFID chips

27 November, 2008

Security technology exploits uniqueness of individual silicon chips for authentication and secret key generation.

How spread spectrum could spread

26 November, 2008 by Paul Harriss

Traditionally, telemetry and SCADA data radio users have opted for narrowband licensed channels, primarily for protection from possible interference sources and the security of bandwidth for critical infrastructure.

Australian technology to provide live video link to Mars

31 October, 2008

When a manned mission is eventually sent to Mars, the whole world will be able to watch ‘live’ television coverage of the mission using the Deep Space Array Based Network Beamformer developed by an Australian research scientist.

Antenna for ultra-wideband communications

31 October, 2008

Virginia Tech researchers have developed a compact ultra-wideband antenna for a range of home, motor vehicle, medical and military applications.

Ultrawideband antenna for low energy, short range

08 October, 2008

Virginia Tech researchers have developed what they claim is an efficient, compact, ultra-wideband antenna for a range of home, motor vehicle, medical and military applications.

Protecting RFID security

26 September, 2008

Contactless RFID is well established for access control for buildings; simply wave a pass near the reader and the door opens. However, it is generally not realised just how easy it is for unauthorised people to access the information on these devices without the owners even realising, warns Peratech, a designer of new materials for touch technology.

Wireless network monitors cows' health

17 September, 2008

A wireless measuring system, consisting of sensors and transmission units, helps to keep livestock healthier with a minimum use of resources.

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