Radio console

Omnitronics unveiled the DX-64 radio console with voice-over-IP capabilities and a touch-screen interface. The console integrates telephone and radio communications transported over an IP network, according to the company.

Mobile data terminal

NeoTerra released the neoTrack mobile data terminal, a messaging- and GPS-based automatic vehicle location software solution for fleet management. The product includes an issues reporting system, which lets a mobile operator identify issues with date/time stamps and GPS location data, according to the company.

Wireless bridge supports IP video

HauteSpot Networks unveiled the HauteRoute HR-IXPSXPi, an ultra-compact wireless bridge developed for live video streaming over IP networks. It is designed for use in indoor and portable applications where wireless link performance is required, such as video surveillance, according to the company.

GPS fleet management system unveiled

Networkcar launched the Networkfleet 3500 product line, a wireless vehicle-management system developed for fleet managers. The line features the Siemens TC63 module that transmits GPS location and engine diagnostics information directly from the vehicle. Fleet managers log on to a secure Web page to view and manage information, such as vehicle location, fuel consumption, mileage, speed, emissions and idle time. Customers using the product also receive instant e-mail notifications when a diagnostic trouble code is present in a vehicle or when a vehicle is due for its scheduled maintenance, according to the company.

Pyramid launches notch filter

Pyramid Communications unveiled the BRF-1602, a high-Q notch filter designed to reduce interference in the SVR-200VB vehicular repeater when used with a VHF mobile radio. The notch filter is tuned to the SVR-200 vehicular-repeater frequency and supports VHF in-band repeating as close as 2 MHz from the mobile-transmit and receive frequencies, according to the company.