Mobile Radio Technology Staff

Mobile Radio Technology
Changing Channels
Changes at Kathrein, Scala Division, Medford, OR. Harry Ekelund, previously the marketing manager at Richard Hirschmann of America, Riverdale, NJ, joins
Pack Your Suitcase
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Transcrypt escapes financial penalty in SEC ruling
Transcrypt International, Lincoln, NE, has settled with the Securities and Exchange Commission in the SEC's investigation into errors in some of the company's
Phone link extends lines to remote area The i-WLL from Carlson Wireless Technologies is an Internet-ready, all-digital remote telephone link. It runs
Product Focus - Base Station Antennas
Antenna offers flexible weather seal Antenex's Mountaineer family of vertical, fiberglass base station antennas feature flexible, 50-year rated weather
Base station controller
The DSPatch base station controller from Avtec is a processor-based remote radio controller capable of providing voice communications and radio control
Notebook computer offers Pentium III
The Gobook from Itronix is a notebook PC designed for rugged indoor and outdoor use in field-based mobile workforces. The computer offers an Intel Pentium
Wireless headset
The PowerCom head set from Peltor allows for clear two-way communications in noisy environments. It is a self-contained unit operating on the license-free
Tower-top amplifiers
TX RX Systems' Smart-backup system for the 746MHz-901MHz range provides redundant pin diode-switched LNAs and a default bypass mode with switching and
Utilities considered `public safety'
The FCC ruled in favor of UTC when it announced that non-commercial systems used by utilities and pipelines should be included in an expanded definition
Coax connectors offer silver-plated contacts
The 7/16 DIN series coaxial connectors from RF Industries are designed for use with LMR-600 low-loss cable from Times Microwave and CSW600R low-loss cable
IBM, Infineon unveil magnetic memory chip
IBM, Armonk, NY, and Infineon Technologies, Munich, Germany, announced the companies' joint development of magnetic random-access memory chips that use
Earpiece works for surveillance
Motorola's Completely Discreet Earpiece (RLN-4922A) is for use with Motorola two-way radios and surveillance kits. It is designed for police officers,
Speaker microphone
Shure Communications' 810 Modulink speaker microphone features a sealed, gasketed splash-proof design with a rugged Armour casing. It also offers a million-cycle,
Internet-ready dial tone
The i-WLL Trailblazer from Carlson Wireless Technologies delivers network dial tone to remote users with wireline-quality dial-up modem speeds and voice

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