The South African Police Service (SAPS) has chosen to use Tait radios and has committed to a new two-year multi-million dollar contract.
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.
Richardson Electronics has received a contract from Globalstar to produce antenna assemblies for a line of Satcom asset tracking products. The contract represents a total of 60,000 antennas to be delivered over the next two years.
Radio and satellite have combined to provide a service that will set up a virtual radio network virtually anywhere in the world. It is specifically designed for firefighters, state emergency workers, police and life savers
Kathrein has released a modular concept, similar to a three sector pipe antenna form factor with azimuth adjustment. It also incorporates a retrofit principle for existing A panels including dual and triple-band base station antennas.
Global wireless solutions group, Radio Frequency Systems (RFS) has announced the appointment of Fred Rees to the key position of vice-president, sales and marketing for RFS Asia Pacific.
Astronomers from CSIRO, the Swinburne University of Technology (SUT) and the University of Tasmania have made the first broadband hook-up between Australian radio telescopes, completing in just hours an experiment that would previously have taken weeks.
Can taxis and buses measure wireless network quality? According to Andrew Corporation yes, taxis and buses are important extensions of a wireless network operator's efforts to measure network performance and improve service levels.
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.
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.
We've heard a lot about RFID - it's used in supermarkets, implanted in pets and even by blood banks - but is it actually secure?