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.