Inovor is set to deliver a satellite bus that will house equipment for the Buccaneer Main Mission after winning a $2.5 million Defence contract.
The GID-M90T series of cellular UHF antennas, from ZCG, are useful for wireless data link applications in Next G (825–890 MHz) or GSM (890–960 MHz) bands of frequency.
The MiMOMax dual bandpass MiMO antenna duplexer is a high-performance, tuneable cavity RF filter, with low insertion loss and a compact footprint.
The NI 5792 RF receiver adapter module and NI 5793 RF transmitter adapter module with 200 MHz of real-time bandwidth extend NI’s portfolio of RF FlexRIO adapter modules and software defined radio products to deliver wide instantaneous real-time bandwidth solutions.
Antenova M2M has appointed Glyn High-Tech Distribution as its distributor in Australia and New Zealand.
New research will enable on-metal RFID tags to use the structure of the tagged object as the antenna.
Unique Micro Design has released the Casio IT-9000 rugged handheld terminal with built-in printer.
The GeoLENs indoor location system makes it easier for emergency services personnel to locate mobile phone users inside large buildings, potentially saving lives and reducing risk of harm to rescuers.
This article introduces multipath fading and describes the results of experiments conducted by Alciom on short-range 2.4 GHz RF links in indoor environments.
Step Global has added the Tallysman Wireless products to its range of GNSS (global navigation satellite systems).
Available to rent, the Marconi/IFR 2945 Communications Test Set features a high-performance LCD for easy monitoring and real-time adjustment, and a 50 kHz digital storage oscilloscope.
The Tallysman Wireless range has been added to the global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) portfolio of Step Global.
ASD has introduced the Thincore range of waveguide isolators and circulators designed for point-to-point base station application with ultra compact size and reliable performance.
Traditional land-mobile radio networks have not seen the scale of development and indeed opportunities experienced in other technologies. Radio-over-internet protocol (RoIP) will change that.
The internet changed the world. We can find information, gain visibility and communicate - basically anytime, anywhere. Not unlike why our predecessors built radio networks in the first place.