The RD962 is Hytera’s digital/analog portable repeater, compatible with the DMR standard. Compact and embedded with a mini duplexer, the device is equipped with a wide selection of components.
Enhancements have been made to Axell Wireless’s CSR438 TETRA repeater.
Daniels Electronics has passed testing to provide digital radio repeaters to Taiwan’s CDCC.
Creowave has expanded its range of TETRA repeaters with a new high-power device.
Daniels Electronics has received its largest single order in the company’s 60-year history - $7.1m.
Two companies have created a solution that takes into account the needs and goals of a variety of system users as well as management.
PWC has released Wireless Pacific’s RDX Pico series of rapid deployment suitcase repeaters.
Fitting in the palm of the hand, the LPR2100-7, 3G/2100 indoor repeater from RFConnect Wireless Solutions is claimed to be the smallest but most powerful and economical product of its kind.
“Rapid deployment solutions should be smaller, lighter, easier to use and more cost effective,” said David Cox, PWC operations director, speaking at the launch of Pico, an ultra-compact lunchbox-size portable repeater which is said to be a ‘world record' for product miniaturisation.
Andrew and Siemens have jointly designed a wireless communications system for the CRH3 Harmony multiple unit trains, which were developed specifically for the Olympics and have maximum speeds of 350 km/h.
Andrew, the CommScope division, has won a multi-year contract for communications systems that will provide improved wireless coverage inside Deutsche Bahn AG's high-speed train ICE in Germany.
Wireless Pacific’s PDX3522 portable deployment X-Ponder is claimed to redefine package size and capability for P25 digital code transparent repeaters.
Andrew Wireless has introduced a digital, multi-band selective repeater that enables indoor coverage.
The Simoco SSR9000 digital P25 suitcase repeater is suitable for tough conditions. The SSR9001 and SSR9002 are self-contained, suitcase-based, repeater base stations designed for rapid deployment.
Macarthur Coal wanted to install a new repeater, MV122 100 Mbps plus 4 x E1 licensed frequency link from Moorvale Mine site to Coppabella Mine, both open-cut workings.