Radio Systems

Wireless speaker-microphone

05 September, 2007 | Supplied by: Defcon Technologies

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.


Contract for 700 MHz WiMAX equipment awarded

20 August, 2007

Berkeley Varitronics Systems has been awarded a contract to develop 700 MHz Gator Transmitter and Coyote Receiver drive study systems.


ACT helps improve radio communications in Dili

15 August, 2007

The ACT government will provide a grant for the installation of essential radio communication facilities in the East Timorese capital, Dili, according to Chief Minister Jon Stanhope.


Net Clarity Inc distributor announced

10 August, 2007

Net Clarity Inc has appointed Comsol as the distributor for security products across Australia and New Zealand.


Marine transceiver

03 August, 2007 | Supplied by: GME Pty Ltd

The GME GX620 handheld marine VHF transceiver has most of the features of larger 25 W fixed-mount marine VHF radios, including channel scan, instant channel 16 access, dual and triple watch.


Leased line loss may be VoIP gain

03 August, 2007 by John Florenca, CEO, Omnitronics

Leased lines have played a fundamental part in the transmission of voice across radio communications networks


TX3440 - GME UHF Radio

03 August, 2007 | Supplied by: http://www.gme.net.au

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.


New features on the spectrum and regulatory database

01 August, 2007

The WiMAX Forum and AT4 wireless have announced the implementation of additional features on the WiMAX Forum Spectrum and Regulatory Database, a database developed in collaboration with AT4 wireless, providing WiMAX Forum member companies worldwide spectrum licensing and regulatory requirements.


Success for Australian EPC/RFID pilot

17 July, 2007

Radio frequency identification (RFID) using GS1 global standards can improve productivity, reduce delivery processing times and open up visibility throughout the supply chain for the benefit of all trading partners, according to a multi-industry Australian consortium.


Microwave system

04 July, 2007 | Supplied by: Nera Networks Australia Pty Ltd

The Nera Evolution series is a point-to-point microwave system in licensed frequency bands from 5 to 38 GHz. Its transmission capacity is scalable between 6 and 600 Mbps based on a common software-defined platform.


WiMAX at 4.9 GHz for disaster relief

04 July, 2007 by Grant Stepa, Airspan

The band 4940-4990 MHz has been identified by the ITU as important in achieving harmonised spectrum for advanced public protection and disaster relief. The band is currently used for this purpose in the US


500 W fishfinder

04 July, 2007 | Supplied by: GME Pty Ltd

Garmin has released the Fishfinder 400C. This colour unit with a 4" QVGA colour display is driven by a 500 W RMS dual frequency dual beam sonar to depths of 460 m.


Wireless platforms for biomedical monitoring

29 June, 2007

IMEC and IMEC-Nederland at the Holst Centre created two body-monitoring wireless sensor nodes which collect and process data from human body sensors and wirelessly transmit the data to a central monitoring system.


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