The NFS-220 plus is a low-cost GPS time and frequency standard with a large display that reads time and date. This unit can be used for WI-FI, Wi-Max, satellite communications, telecommunications and military communications.
When NT police planned an $8.612 million closed-circuit television system to monitor trouble hotspots in Darwin, it deployed a self-healing wireless network designed by MIMP connecting solutions to manage 109 cameras covering 6 sq km of the city’s streets.
The PMM 9010/9030P EMI test receiver has two RF inputs, one covering compliant EMC RF emission testing between 9 kHz and 30 MHz (conducted emissions) and the other for precompliant (radiated) testing between 30 MHz and 3 GHZ.
Claimed to be the world’s smallest TETRA base station - the TEDS-ready (TETRA enhanced data service) MTS1 has been launched. Motorola is also launching the world’ first multi-band base station - the high-capacity MTS4E.
Daniels Electronics has received its largest single order in the company’s 60-year history - $7.1m.
The SD61 is a multiport wireless base station that provides a secure connection (ISCP protocol) between multiple Intermec industrial scanners and the host device. The SD61 allows up to seven Intermec Bluetooth-equipped scanners to operate in the same work area, connected wirelessly to the same mobile cart solution, PC or Intermec printer. By reducing the number of hosts, the SD61 delivers a quick ROI and a less cluttered work environment.