The Wavion WBSn range of beamforming wireless solutions is said to offer significant performance gains in terms of range, throughput and interference mitigation.
Analog and digital PMR (professional mobile radio) base station sites can be reliably and efficiently linked using narrowband point-to-point wireless networks operating in the UHF band.
New UWB technology, being researched in Europe, may be able to transmit data at speeds of up to 1 Gbps and determine the location of a person/object to within 50 cm.
The latest industrial wireless access point from Quatech, the AirborneAPT APXG-Q5420, enables M2M equipment to become the centre of a self-sufficient Wi-Fi network.
Daniels Electronics has passed testing to provide digital radio repeaters to Taiwan’s CDCC.
CommScope has supplied active antennas to use in field trial.
Aprisa SR point-to-multipoint SCADA radio from 4RF Communications has been selected by Northern Ireland Water.
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.