Hittite Microwave Corporation has released two GaAs pHEMT MMIC low noise amplifiers which are suitable for mobile/3G base station and repeater applications. The HMC376LP3E and the HMC382LP3E operate from 700 to 1000 MHz and 1700 to 2000 MHz. They require little or no external matching and are footprint/pinout compatible such that a single PC board design can be used to implement either part number.
A British rail operator is on track to expand its wireless internet service across its entire fleet of trains. The plans will transform every GNER train into a 'mobile office'
The SonicWall Distributed Wireless Solution enables secure, centrally-managed wireless network deployment for businesses of all sizes and eliminates the need for separate, parallel infrastructures to support wired and wireless security and productivity services.
Pacific Wireless Communications has released the RDX3588 Rapid Deployment X-Ponder covering the 403-520 MHz band. Designed specifically for use by Law Enforcement and Emergency Response Agencies worldwide, the ruggedised unit can operate on either P25 digital or analog 12.5/25 kHz channels. Secure users can take advantage of the digital DES-OFB and/or Motorola XL series algorithm capabilities.
Westel Wireless Systems has announced the release of voice over internet protocol (VoIP) connectivity as an option for its DRB-25 base station. VoIP connectivity enables the base station to be connected to a standard ethernet LAN or WAN and to be controlled by a remote PC console.
MicroOptical Corporation has released its SV-6 PC Viewer, the first eyewear-mounted display specifically designed for use with mobile personal computers. The SV-6 is a small, ultra-lightweight and highly ergonomic display that provides head-up, hands-free viewing of information from Tablets, laptops, wearable computers, ruggedised computers or other mobile computing devices with a VGA output.