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New two-way from Icom UK

New two-way from Icom UK

Icom UK has released the IC-F29DR, its new two-way digital radio. The product is described by the company as suitable for organisations looking for a simple, waterproof, licence-free system, built with a high degree of encryption. The IC-F29DR utili…

Philip Mason, 27th January 2017
Kenwood’s NX-5000 series now supports DMR, together with NXDN and P25

Kenwood’s NX-5000 series now supports DMR, together with NXDN and P25

Kenwood has added DMR (digital mobile radio) support and compatibility to its NEXEDGE (NX)-5000 series of portable and mobile radios. The NX-5000 series is now compatible with three different digital protocols: NXDN, DMR (Tier II conventional mode) and P2…

Sam Fenwick, 16th November 2016
Hytera releases entry-level DMR radios

Hytera releases entry-level DMR radios

Hytera has released the BD series, a “cost-effective” entry-level series of Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) handhelds, and added an array of enhanced features to its PD3/4/5 series. The BD series initially consists of four models, BD30X, BD…

Sam Fenwick, 1st November 2016
Order of the golden drone

Order of the golden drone

Drones Direct has launched a £20,000 made-to-order gold-plated drone, for those wanting to add ‘extra bling factor’ to their airborne observation activities. The DJI Phantom 4, which is bedecked with 24-carat gold-plating, offers a …

Philip Mason, 21st October 2016
Simoco Group expands its DMR range, adds full duplex calling

Simoco Group expands its DMR range, adds full duplex calling

Simoco Group has launched its Xd 700 Series range of digital mobile radios (DMR). The 700 Series’ portable radio, the SDP760 (pictured right), offers full duplex calling, digital and analogue operating modes and an application partner interface (A…

Sam Fenwick, 18th October 2016
Next generation of AirCheck handheld wireless tester hits the market

Next generation of AirCheck handheld wireless tester hits the market

NetScout has launched the next generation of the AirCheck handheld wireless tester, the Aircheck G2. This tool includes important new enhancements, such as troubleshooting and diagnosing Wi-Fi networks built using the increasingly adopted 802.11ac …

Mark Venables, 5th September 2016
Hytera launches the PD98X DMR handheld radio

Hytera launches the PD98X DMR handheld radio

Hytera has launched its latest DMR (Digital Mobile Radio) handheld radio, the PD98X. It has been designed to offer a “an exceptional audio experience through noise cancellation technology” and includes new features such as full duplex calls,…

Sam Fenwick, 30th August 2016
Cobham Wireless’ idOBR: An on-train repeater with MiMo and multi-band support

Cobham Wireless’ idOBR: An on-train repeater with MiMo and multi-band support

Cobham Wireless has launched idOBR; an on-train repeater for in-carriage cellular communications. It is designed to offer high-bandwidth in-carriage services for the railway communications market enabling passengers to connect to 4G, 3G and 2G services.…

Sam Fenwick, 23rd August 2016
RiskBand personal safety device to use u-blox’s SARA-U201 cellular module

RiskBand personal safety device to use u-blox’s SARA-U201 cellular module

A wearable, live-monitored personal safety device called RiskBand will be launched by Whereable Technologies during the fall of this year. The bracelet-like device will be one of the first devices to incorporate u-blox’s new cellular module to allow weare…

Laurence Doe, 25th July 2016
Hughes Electronics' Anti-PIM connector

Hughes Electronics' Anti-PIM connector

A research project between the Biomedical and Communications (BiMEC) research group at London South Bank University and Hughes Electronics to develop technologies to combat Passive InterModulation (PIM) in cellular networks has resulted in a white paper o…

Laurence Doe, 21st July 2016
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