Utilities

Base station power

23 February, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.innovative-energies.com/

Innovative Energies manufactures two types of radio telephone base station power supplies.


Wi-Fi isolator

25 November, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.asdtech.com.au/

Renaissance Electronics is offering a low-profile Wi-Fi 802.11a isolator that is designed to fit into a PCMCIA card, or other small footprint applications.


USB Wi-Fi client adapter

26 October, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.hills.com.au/

The conneX SNAP24b-USB is a wireless access device for Wi-Fi networks. It allows a USB equipped computer to communicate directly with a wireless network at speeds up to 11 Mbps.


Distributed wireless access solution

27 September, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.sonicwall.com/

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.


Digital portable repeater

27 September, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.pwcau.com/

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.


VoIP for base station

27 July, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.westel.com.au/

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.


Eyewear-mounted display for mobile PCs

30 June, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.ndt.com.au/

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.


Status and potential of 802.16a WiMAX

11 June, 2004 by JP Raichura, Product Manager, Intel Corporation | Supplied by: Intel Australia Pty Ltd

The IEEE 802.16a standard, approved in January 2003, provides wireless last-mile broadband access over the frequency bands between 2 and 11 GHz, a range that enables non-line-of-sight performance


Eyewear-mounted display for mobile PCs

28 April, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.ndt.com.au/

PIC 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.


EMC compliance tools

22 March, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.westek.com.au/

A range of analytical tools, manufactured by Langer EMV-Technik GmbH, permits designers to investigate emission and interference phenomena at pin-level. The tools provide E- and H-field signal injection and monitoring, thus making it possible to look at the origins of and susceptibility to interference of dynamic and passive components, and to investigate radiation properties of wiring and circuit tracks.


Point-to-multipoint wireless

22 March, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.integritydata.com.au/

The Tsunami MP.11a point-to-multipoint wireless solution is designed specifically to provide near-line-of-sight wireless access in urban environments. Reliable connectivity between multiple buildings can be implemented easily as well as outdoor extensions to a local area network (LAN).


Portable HF base station

22 March, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.qmac.com/

The Minipack Portable Base Station is a very small radio package with proprietary military-grade frequency hopping offered as a standard option for those applications demanding covert, discreet or secure communications.


Base station/repeater

23 February, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.imark.com.au/

The Kyodo KG510 is a base station/repeater for use on 35 MHz VHF frequency bands.


Base station/repeater

17 December, 2003 | Supplied by: Imark Communications

The Kyodo KG510 is a base station/repeater for use on 35 MHz VHF frequency bands.


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