Radio Systems

Wireless backhaul product range

27 September, 2004 | Supplied by:

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).

High gain antenna for 802.11

27 September, 2004 | Supplied by:

RFI has released the CD2410, a slimline antenna supporting the 802.11 standard at 2.4 GHz. The antenna features 10 dBi gain and is supplied with a mounting bracket allowing installation to both a mast and wall.

Long distance wireless networking

27 September, 2004 | Supplied by:

WaveRider's Solectek SkyWay 5101 is a 5.8 GHz frequency band product with rapid data rates for long distance wireless networking. Immunity to common impairments and an extensive bundle of software features combine with data rates up to 72 Mbps to deliver more data capacity per sector than previously. Users can download large data files, high-resolution images, video clips and MP3 files within a matter of seconds. Even streaming multimedia can also be delivered seamlessly.

WLAN kit

30 August, 2004 | Supplied by:

Radio Frequency Systems' radiating cable-based WLAN kit, designed for plug-and-play connectivity to all commercially available 2.4 GHz radio access points (RAP), provides a solution for precisely controlling in-building WLAN coverage.

High gain 5.8 GHz grid antenna

30 August, 2004 | Supplied by:

PacSat Microwave (Pacific Satellite) has successfully completed beta testing on its 5.8 GHz parabolic grid antenna - the 5830, and it is now available for order.

Power dividers

30 August, 2004 | Supplied by:

A complete line of 2, 4, 8 and 16 way power dividers covering the 2 to 26.5 GHz frequency range in multioctave bands is now available from Miteq.

Outdoor GPS audioguide

27 July, 2004 | Supplied by: Hoppy Austalia

Mirroring the audioguides used indoors in museums, Hoppy is a system of audio information that permits the distribution of commentaries to users who are walking or driving within a city, a park or a region.

Microwave antenna series

27 July, 2004 | Supplied by:

The three-foot (0.9 m) diameter CompactLine SB3 microwave antenna completes the RFS CompactLine suite in the one- to four-foot diameter area. Suitable for point-to-point applications, the antenna incorporates all the standard features of the single and dual polarised CompactLine range including a short shroud for low visual impact and a modified Cassegrain feed system with shaped subreflector for optimum gain and pattern performance. The feed system is protected by a solid radome.

ISM antenna family

30 June, 2004 | Supplied by:

RFI has released its range of 2.4 GHz antennas for Wi-Fi and ISM markets. The range caters for indoor or outdoor applications, varying gain requirements and distributed pattern requirements.

GPS18-A GPS antenna

30 June, 2004 | Supplied by: RFI Technology Solutions

The GPS18-A high performance GPS antenna is suited to automotive use and a variety of OEM system integrator and end-user applications. It features: a low noise figure of 1.0 dB - suitable for use in high foliage and urban valley areas; operation from 2.5 to 5.5 VDC; 31 dBi gain; 22 mA consumption; a magnetic base for easy mounting; and a 5 m RG174 and terminated SMB connector.

Battery presence testing

30 June, 2004 | Supplied by:

Innovative Energies' No-Break 3 battery backed-up DC power supply system employing 'smart' testing for battery presence does not rely solely on charge current sensing or power supply output interruption. The NB3 system continuously monitors charge current and initiates a full test if current falls below a set value for any reason; within a set time interval.

Wireless digital music player

25 May, 2004 | Supplied by:

With Netgear's MP101 Wireless Digital Music Player, users can now enjoy their digital music files from their computers and unlimited, worldwide Internet radio with their friends and family throughout their home.

Smart label printers

25 May, 2004 | Supplied by:

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:

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

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