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.
Andrew Solutions has released its SmartBeam base station antenna system that makes adding capacity and optimising coverage responsive to user demand.
Skyworks Solutions has introduced what it claims is the first suite of high-performance broadband synthesisers spanning ultra-wide frequency ranges from 375 MHz to 5.6 GHz. The device, designed to cover all GSM, WCDMA and LTE frequency bands, supports 3G and 4G base station providers including Ericsson, Huawei, ZTE, Alcatel/Lucent and Nokia/Siemens.
The ACMA’s field operations section has a broad range of responsibilities and undertakes a number of activities around Australia, including signal monitoring, compliance investigations and identifying and investigating domestic and radiocommunications interference. The section has also been engaged to take measurements for the digital switchover.
The CMW270 WiMAX device supports a variety of WLAN technologies and Bluetooth, allowing additional non-cellular measurement functions to be supported to match the test requirements of wireless network technologies in demand.
Berkeley Varitronics Systems has updated its Yellowjacket b/a/n/g tablet analyser for 802.11n Wi-Fi networks.
National Semiconductor has announced an IF sampling receiver reference design for multi-carrier, multi-standard wireless base stations addressing GSM/EDGE, WCDMA, LTE and WiMAX standards.
Femtocells - small low-power base stations designed for indoor use in residential or small-business environments - are expected to grow tremendously in the coming years as they march closer to commercial deployment.
Radio technologies that promise blisteringly fast Wi-Fi have been given a boost by a team of European researchers’ work on miniscule microchips.