In conjunction with Tait, Zetron has developed an interface that complies with Telecommunications Industry Association P25 digital fixed station interface standards.
Andrew, through its South African affiliate company Systems Designs, will provide indoor wireless coverage and capacity solution, the Intelligent Optical Network (ION) fibre distributed antenna system, in five of the 10 South African stadiums to be used for the 2010 World Cup.
The NXU-2 is a general-purpose standalone VoIP extension for analog radios using radio over internet protocol to send and receive digital voice audio.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has signed a contract with the Wireless Institute of Australia (WIA) to provide a range of services to the amateur radio community.
Bluewater Systems, a Christchurch-based ARM solutions developer, has delivered a communications retrofit to the New Zealand navy.
Anritsu has introduced the MG3690B series synthesisers that provide power, faster switching speed and improved phase tracking measurement.
The rugged Ramline PIII and GeneSys family computers are fully portable and feature removable wireless communication media, serial/IR/USB links, specialised docking station interface and voice command options.
The IAC (Internet Access Controller) 4000 is aimed at organisations that need to manage large numbers of people online across both wired and wireless networks.
WaveRider's LMS4000 NLOS (non-line-of-sight) broadband wireless system is designed specifically for the 900 MHz spectrum. It delivers the high speeds, reliability and advanced management features needed to serve both business and residential subscribers.