The GME TX3100VP Starter Kit comes with a 5 W UHF CB radio and a 6.6 dBi ground-independent antenna and mounting bracket.
Icom has announced the New Zealand launch of the IC-M423G fixed-mount VHF/DSC with integrated GPS and white backlit LCD.
The Icom NZ IC-F2000 compact UHF radio features a low-power-consumption circuit design with a slim-type lithium-ion battery pack, enabling it to last up to 14 h while on power-save mode.
The Cambium Point-to-Point (PTP) 650S Small Cell backhaul solution has up to 450 Mbps aggregate throughput, small form factor, and support for 3G and 4G/LTE network timing.
The Sepura STP8X series intrinsically safe hand-portables meet the highly demanding V6 of the IECEx/ATEX standard and come in full-keypad and reduced-keypad variants, with an array of features and a full range of accessories.
Icom's IC-F8101 HF transceiver is a professional HF radio that is hard wearing and suitable for sandy, dusty or wet conditions, with 100 W of RF output power and operable in all modes including SSB and AM.
The Icom digital/analog IC-F3103D transceiver series can receive both analog and digital mode signals on a single channel and automatically selects the received mode to reply to the received call.
When a major mineral resources provider in WA needed to extend its underground comms, it chose RFI to supply and integrate a rebroadcast and combining system using DSP-based repeaters.
The GME TX665 and TX675 lightweight and compact UHF CB handheld radios offer high range coverage with a choice of 1 or 2 W performance providing up to 10 km range.
The intrinsically safe Airbus THR9 Ex TETRA radio from CSE-Uniserve is certified according to ATEX and IEC-Ex specifications and features a man-down alarm for users working in places where the risk of accidents is higher.
The Airbus TH1n from CSE-Uniserve is the first device in a class of pocket-sized Tetra radios whose size and shape enables users to wear it in several different ways.
Motorola Solutions has delivered its 200,000th TETRA digital radio terminal for use by German public safety organisations.
Sepura, along with channel partner VHF Communications, has been selected to supply TETRA radio terminals for Nødnett, Norway's public safety network.
Sepura has won a second contract to supply TETRA hand-portable radios to the Metropolitan Police Agency of Incheon (IMPA) in South Korea.
The Sepura SBP series of hand-portable radios is the cornerstone of the Sepura DMR family of products, with IP67 environmental protection rating, ruggedness and robustness, advanced functionality and high-quality audio.