Radio Systems

Smart label printers

25 May, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.peacocks.com.au/

Zebra's R402 printer enables users to create smart labels on demand and encode variable information in the tags. The printer uses label stock that incorporates blank RFID integrated circuits, sandwiched between the face stock and the adhesive layer. These smart label printers can function as traditional printers when creating barcodes, graphics and human-readable text. However, they also have RFID encoders and readers embedded inside.


HF antenna

28 April, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.bushcomm.com.au/

JPG Specifically designed for those with limited space, the Bushcomm SWC-100S is a shorter version of the popular SWC-100 model. It has a frequency range of 3.5-30 MHz and is an antenna designed and built for long life.


RFID: Changing the way we work with data

11 April, 2004 by Niel Powers, VP of App Dev & Deployment Products, Progress Software Pty Ltd | Supplied by: Progress Software Pty Ltd

Radio frequency identification (RFID) is the new generation of automatic identification and data capture. These wireless systems allow for non-contact reading and are effective in manufacturing and other hostile environments


RFID: Changing the way we work with data

11 April, 2004 by Niel Powers, VP of App Dev & Deployment Products, Progress Software Pty Ltd | Supplied by: Progress Software Pty Ltd

Radio frequency identification (RFID) is the new generation of automatic identification and data capture. These wireless systems allow for non-contact reading and are effective in manufacturing and other hostile environments


Digital access radio

22 March, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.4rf.com/

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 | Supplied by: http://www.icom.net.au/

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.


Handheld battery tester

30 January, 2004 | Supplied by: Valen

The ACT Meters Intelligent Battery Tester allows rapid testing of 12 V SLA batteries. Within seconds of applying leads to the battery terminals an indication of the capacity is displayed on an LCD screen preceded by the voltage and temperature measurement.


Two-way radio charger analyser

30 January, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.premierbatteries.com.au/

The IQpac is a charger analyser for Ni-Cd/NiMH batteries providing the option of constant current or pulse charging. Technology featuring a rapid charge with battery capacity display provides the user with complete information on battery condition.


Point-to-point radio

30 January, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.4rf.com/

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.


Rechargeable NiMH batteries

30 January, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.sanyo.com.au/

Sanyo Australia has released two nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) rechargeable batteries. The batteries feature a 25% increase in capacity compared to previous models.


Manufacturers need to find value in RFID applications

11 January, 2004 by Rick Fox | Supplied by: Matthews Australasia Pty Ltd

RFID has major applications in supply-chain management, but those burdened with implementation costs don't receive much of the value. Manufacturers need to find ways to benefit from RFID technology other than forced compliance


Tiny nanotube antennas may yield better signals

08 January, 2004

In the future, mobile phone calls and television pictures could become a lot clearer thanks to tiny antennas thousands of times smaller than the width of a human hair. At least that's the speculation of a University of Southern California researcher who has been investigating nanotube transistors.


Two-way radio charger analyser

17 December, 2003 | Supplied by: Premier Batteries Pty Ltd

The IQpac is a charger analyser for Ni-Cd/NiMH batteries providing the option of constant current or pulse charging. Technology featuring a rapid charge with battery capacity display provides the user with complete information on battery condition.


Multi-band mobile/GPS antenna

17 December, 2003 | Supplied by: RFI Technology Solutions

The Quintet 'global capable' telematics antenna includes a true multi-band, mixed polarity cellular antenna with an integrated active GPS patch antenna incorporated in the same housing.


Super gain antennas

17 December, 2003 | Supplied by: ZCG Scalar

There are two models in the SG range of mobile phone antennas, both standing 900 mm tall with a stainless steel spring base and identical appearance. The SG835 for CDMA and SG900 for digital GSM mobile phones offer 4 dBd of gain.


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