RF Synthesized Radio Frequency Signal Generator

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device communication serverToronto, Canada – GAO website recommends its synthesized signal radio frequency (RF) generator which can be used in applications such as scientific research, production and general RF testing.

On UHF Walkie Talkie receivers, it can measure selectivity, sensitivity, inter-nodulation distortion, AM rejection, AGC response, audio hum, noise and distortion and STAND ratio. Its flexible step sweep and list sweep functions provide control over output frequency and power.

This synthesized RF signal generator, model A0200001, offers abundant modulation functions including amplitude modulation, frequency modulation, phase modulation and pulse modulation. It works over a wide frequency range of 250kHz to 2GHz at an accuracy of ±0.5dB and from 2GHz to 4GHz of ±0.9dB.

The built-in modulation signal generator features a GPIB remote control function, 10MHz frequency resolution, and a wide output power range from -136dBm to 7dBm. When its source power output is less than 4dBm, its spectral purity is less than -30dBc, and when its source power output is less than 7dBm and frequency deviation is more than 3kHz, its spectral purity is less than -53dBc.

Its flexible step sweep and list sweep functions provide control over output frequency and power.
This synthesized RF signal generator, model A0200001, offers abundant modulation functions including amplitude modulation, frequency modulation, phase modulation and pulse modulation. It works over a wide frequency range of 250kHz to 2GHz at an accuracy of ±0.5dB and from 2GHz to 4GHz of ±0.9dB.
The built-in modulation signal generator features a GPIB remote control function, 10MHz frequency resolution, and a wide output power range from -136dBm to 7dBm. When its source power output is less than 4dBm, its spectral purity is less than -30dBc, and when its source power output is less than 7dBm and frequency deviation is more than 3kHz, its spectral purity is less than -53dBc.

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Broadcast Production with Kenwood Nexedge Walkie Talkie

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Outside broadcast units, location filming and film sets are often difficult environments with so many variables to take into account, from background noise, weather, demanding directors, temperamental talent and equipment, to coordinating a small army of crew, specialists, cast and extras to be in the right place at the right time.

Its an industry that understands that time is money and that mistakes cost whether in missing that crucial news shot or interview, having to do an additional take or paying for overtime.

Its no wonder that in spite of the ubiquity of mobile phones, Earpiece communications reign supreme in broadcast production. The ability to communicate between director, producers, technicians, talent and the myriad of support personnel within and across groups, clearly and instantly, can often make the difference between chaos and success.

Kenwood communications equipment has featured strongly in the broadcast production industry for many years, whether ProTalk PMR446 license-free radios in outside broadcast units or on location, analogue radios on permanent sets or digital radio systems across entire film and studio facilities, customers have come to rely on Kenwood to deliver the reliable and economical voice and data communications that help to keep productions on schedule and budgets in check.

Its worth noting that Kenwood NEXEDGE is a fully scalable digital system in terms of users, groups and effective coverage and importantly, features Mixed Mode, allowing all NEXEDGE hand portable walkie-talkies and mobile in-vehicle units to communicate automatically with any existing analogue radios whatever the make; providing the additional benefit of a straightforward and economical migration path to digital technology an especially important feature for companies hiring radios to the clients in broadcast production.

CONNECTING STAFF SEAMLESSLY AT SOUTH FLORIDA’S PREMIER RESORT

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Lauded for its stunning oceanside location, impeccable service and sophisticated Mediterranean villa-style architecture, Acqualina® Resort & Spa on the Beach is one of the premier luxury destinations on Florida’s Riviera coast. Guests expect a flawless five-star experience at Miami Beach’s only AAA rated Five Diamond resort and Acqualina sparkles, year after year.

Service at this jewel on the Atlantic is legendary and a legion of staff attends to guests with immediacy and discretion. As industry accolades grew, Acqualina looked inward to see how it could enhance its award-winning service and improve productivity throughout the resort.

The Challenge

IMPROVE THE WAY STAFF COMMUNICATE AND COLLABORATE

Interacting across four and a half acres, from intercoastal suites to residential mansions, the staff at Acqualina Resort & Spa on the Beach depend on clear, reliable, digital communications to support their activities and help them respond seamlessly to guests.

“Walkie Talkie communication at our resort is critical,” explains Juan Velez, Acqualina’s IT Director. “We need all our employees to be informed what happens, all through the resort. Our resort is divided into four main departments – engineering, security, housekeeping and the front desk. They all use two-way radios for internal as well as interdepartmental communication.”

In the past, Acqualina’s different departments used the same radio with the same features to communicate and collaborate. This one-size-fits-all approach wasn’t ideal for the individualized and nuanced nature of their tasks. Maintenance’s duties, for example, were distinctly different from management’s. While an engineer would want the audio on his radio to automatically adjust as he walked from a quiet corridor to a noisy boiler room or read work order tickets without scrolling through screen after screen, resort managers sought a more stylish device to complement their professional attire. And security personnel and the front desk required a portable so discreet, it was virtually invisible to guests.

No matter the device, the department or the staff member using it, Acqualina wanted to make sure all their different radios worked seamlessly together.

MOTOTRBO DELIVERS THE

RIGHT DEVICE FOR THE RIGHT USER

MOTOTRBO’s expanded portfolio offers the ideal solution for Acqualina’s different people and diverse needs. Rather than relying on a single device for multiple departments, MOTOTRBO provides the breadth and depth of two-way digital radios with industry-exclusive features. Only MOTOTRBO puts the right device into the hands of the right user.

Acqualina’s management is excited by the way MOTOTRBO radios work seamlessly together – from the feature-rich XPR™ 7550 to the ultra-thin SL 7550. “When I first saw the MOTOTRBO SL Series, I thought it was a cell phone,” says Velez. “It fits absolutely well with all our uniforms. It looks professional when it’s in sight, and it can be discreetly concealed.”

Security Officer Max Jenue-Gens believes the innovative features on the new MOTOTRBO portables, such as Intelligent Audio which automatically adjusts the volume based on background noise, increase his department’s efficiency.

“One of my favorite features is Intelligent Audio because we don’t have to keep on readjusting the volume on the radio,” Jenue-Gens says. “It helps us not deviate from the matter at hand by reaching to try to adjust the volume.”

ENHANCED DATA IMPROVES

THE HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE

Acqualina’s Director of IT appreciates how MOTOTRBO’s enhanced data applications make workflow more efficient and personnel more productive. “The new color screen is a big improvement because we use this radio to receive HotSOS¹ tickets. We used to have a monochromatic screen with only one line. Now we

can read the entire message at one glance. This is helping us to improve our operations and become more efficient,” as Velez points out the large screen with five lines of text.

Maintenance Engineer Alberto Ruiz agrees. “It’s a lot easier to look at the LCD screen and look at the call and go to the room as soon as possible without interrupting anybody. Because of the LCD screen, you’re able to see a lot of calls a lot clearly. You’re able to get on

to the HotSOS ticket really quickly and close out the call and leave a memo on there as well. So it’s really convenient.”

INNOVATIVE FEATURES KEEP STAFF FOCUSED

MOTOTRBO’s industry-exclusive features are a first for a two-way radio, and Juan Velez underscores their importance in helping different departments perform

their duties and remain unobtrusive to guests. “We find the vibrate alert very useful. All our employees can use it while they’re in the public areas, or the directors and managers can use it while they’re in meetings or areas they don’t want to be alerted with a regular beep from a regular radio. The SL Series handles that really well.”

The photosensor on MOTOTRBO, which automatically adjusts the screen brightnes to ambient light, is a boon for staff who work in and out of the bright Florida sunshine. “It’s incredibly helpful when my team is moving between low light areas and high light areas,” says Velez. “The radio adjusts itself to display the buttons on all the layouts. And with night mode, you can actually switch the colors on your display so it shows a crisper image.”

CLEAR INFORMATION AND LESS CHATTER

As Juan Velez sees it, enhanced data applications are driving greater efficiency throughout the resort. Communication is clearly transmitted and voice traffic is significantly reduced. “With the new data communications, we’re using less voice, meaning our channels are more free of voice and chatter. All our employees are more focused on the job and they are able to perform a lot better and faster.”

Not only are more jobs completed each day without back-and-forth conversations, but MOTOTRBO eliminates confusion. “The work order tickets provide precise instructions on what needs to be done. There is no room for misunderstanding.”

FASTER RESPONSE

AND GREATER PRODUCTIVITY

“We use HotSOS to send messages to all our employees. Normally, the message takes one to two minutes to reach us,” describes Velez, versus the immediacy with which MOTOTRBO delivers the same application. “It’s a lot faster than we normally get even using cell phones. We get the messages faster and with this new screen, it’s a lot easier to read all the communications.”

What’s more, he points out, “We have noticed an increase in productivity because the messages reach our users faster and they are able to reach the guest request a lot faster than before.”

“With the data communications, we’re reducing the voice chatter and able to send one message without having to talk for two minutes. This has improved our communications tremendously. Especially when you have 120 orders each day.”

Juan Velez

Director of IT, Acqualina Resort & Spa

FLAWLESS FIVE-STAR SERVICE

From the front desk to the back office, MOTOTRBO is fortifying Acqualina’s ability to deliver an exceptional experience to every guest. “It’s about providing great customer service and making sure our guests feel safe,” says Max Jenue-Gens, Security Officer. “The bottom line for this radio and how it helps me do my job in a great way is clear communication. And for security that’s very important. We’re able to distinctively hear what is being transmitted loudly and clearly.”

“It means a lot that we have a radio that can provide that service because at the end of the day, I want

to be satisfied knowing I’ve given our guests and residents a five star Five Diamond service. And the new MOTOTRBO radio helps us accomplish that.”

Extended warranty increases E-911 costs

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Lake County commissioners bought the extended warranty package Wednesday on the county’s new E-911 radio hardware.

The 15-year deal will cost $18.1 million $6.5 million more than the amount made public last month when commissioners first chose Motorola as the best, but not cheapest bidder, from among three potential vendors.

E-911 Director Brian Hitchcock said most of the difference is a result of the county buying seven more years of Motorola maintenance services than originally planned. The agreement is scheduled to run until 2030.

The costs include:

$8.4 million for Motorola’s interoperable 700 megahertz P25 Trunked Voice two Way Radio system, a state-of-the-art digital radio network designed to more efficiently link 17 separate county and municipal police and fire departments communications.

$862,000 for additional radios, sirens and other equipment not mentioned in last month’s price summary.

$8.8 million for the 15-year maintenance agreement that averages $469,000 each year for equipment maintenance as reported last month and $119,560 annually for software maintenance not in last month’s summary.

“The price is extremely competitive,” Hitchcock said.

Hitchcock said Motorola was willing to cut its usual costs to win one of the state’s largest E-911 consolidation efforts in Motorola’s backyard. Hitchcock said E-911 consolidations of this size have run well more than $20 million in other communities.

Commissioners said their insistence on demanding competitive bidding for radio equipment, despite time pressures, saved taxpayers $1.3 million over buying Motorola equipment through a state-run process that some police chiefs insisted would be the cheapest alternative.

Lake County Attorney John Dull said the county employed Federal Engineering, of Fairfax, Va., as a communications consultant, at a cost of less than $3,000, to help negotiate the best deal on maintenance costs.

Commissioner Mike Repay, D-Hammond, who voted for the contract Wednesday, said Federal Engineering warned the county maintenance costs could easily exceed the original equipment’s price.

Dull said the deal the county agreed on freezes maintenance costs despite whether Motorola’s equipment and service costs increase over the years.

Hitchcock said having the contract signed is a big step in making consolidation a reality after more than five years of official indecision in the face of the state’s mandate to launch E-911 by next year.

The county still must spend more to build, furnish and equip the primary call center to be located in Crown Point and a back-up center in East Chicago, construct two new communications towers and rent five others around the county, and buy about $3 million in personal radio receivers to be used by county police officers and ambulance and fire services working for township trustees.

Commissioners again said they will borrow up to $21 million for the capital expenses. Dull said the county will pay for the maintenance costs from operational revenues it will receive from property taxes and telephone user fees.

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A Look Back At Air’s ‘Talkie Walkie’ Ten Years Later (Recap)

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two way radio janesville mnOn Tuesday A Look Back At Air’s ‘Talkie Walkie’ Ten Years Later was a top story. Here is the recap: (Radio.com) Radio.com takes a special look back at Air’s 2004 full-length Talkie Walkie which turned 10 this month, and will be the focus of a special anniversary reissue package due later this year.
When the band Air emerged from Versailles, France, in 1998 with their debut album Moon Safari, the group’s dreamy sound swept over the music world like a cool summer breeze. From the opening instrumental, “La Femme d’Argent,” to the album’s appropriately cheeky left field hit, “Sexy Boy,” the duo’s mlange of lounge-intensive ’60s sounds with the whimsy of fellow countryman Serge Gainsbourg was an immediate hit in hip, dimly-lit bedrooms around the world.

Following Moon Safari, Air released the highly successful film score for Sofia Coppola’s gauzy 1999 movie, The Virgin Suicides. The duo’s upward trajectory stalled a bit with the release of the experimental 10,000 Hz Legend (2001). Heavy with Daft Punk-like vocoder and a dizzying variety of sounds, the relatively muted response to the record gave the duo a renewed sense of purpose when approaching its’ follow-up full-length.

“We were kind of pretentious going into 10,000 Hz Legend,” admitted Air’s Nicolas Godin during a recent phone call from France to discuss Walkie Talkie, now 10 years old (it was released on Jan. 27, 2004). “We were kind of full of ourselves after Moon Safari, so there was a lot of ambition on [10,000 Hz Legend]. I think we tried too hard with it. So for Talkie Walkie, we didn’t have any expectations or particular ambitions. It was just JB and I, no collaborators,” he said in regards to the band’s other half, Jean-Benoit Dunckel. “We just wanted to make something simple.”

Over the course of two interviews, both Godin and Dunckel looked back on Talkie Walkie with palpable fondness, placing it high in their personal rankings of the band’s discography. They answered questions honestly and frankly, particularly Dunckel, whose personal recollections of the time bordered on the TMI (more on that later).

Both members agree that Air is taking 2014 off to work on individual projects, including the first solo release from Godin (“all I can say is that it sounds nothing at all like anything I’ve ever done”) and Dunckel releasing the second album by Tomorrow’s World, a collaboration with vocalist Lou Hayter) but plan to reconvene for a new Air album and tour in 2015. In the meantime, they’re sifting through outtakes and live tracks from the era for a special 10th anniversary Talkie Walkie reissue.

Read more at http://www.antimusic.com/news/14/January/ts28A_Look_Back_At_Airs_Talkie_Walkie_Ten_Years_Later.shtml#uFLOo8uWPsyeDgOh.99

two Way Radios in Motorsports

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Every employer has a duty of care under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, to ensure so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of all its employees in the workplace and equally that persons not in their employment are “not exposed to risks to their health and safety so far as is reasonably practicable” – with the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act introduced in 2007, the implications for enterprises in the public and private sectors of not taking lone worker protection seriously have escalated.

two Way Radios are already widely in use in lone worker applications across chemical and manufacturing plants, utilities, mining, security and transport industries where personnel often cover large, remote areas or operate in hazardous environments.

However, with the increase in flexible working times, care in the community services, home deliveries and reductions in workforces operating from fixed locations, more people than ever are now operating as lone workers, often in situations where they may be exposed to potential accidents and inappropriate or violent behaviour.

While the reliability and quality of any Kenwood two-way radio would prove to be an asset in most lone worker scenarios, the NEXEDGE® range of digital two-way hand portable walkie talkies and mobile in-vehicle two-way radio units offer much more than the ability to transmit voice and data instantly and efficiently.

All models feature Emergency Key and Emergency Call features as standard, while some advanced models additionally offer Lone Worker and an Emergency Advanced Motion Detection Function, which make them ideal for incorporating within a robust health and safety and lone worker policy.

NEXEDGE® Digital Two-way Radios with Lone Worker features include both hand-portable walkie talkies and mobile in-vehicle units.

Keeping You Safe 2 way radios in High Security

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These are troubling times for our nation and indeed for the world at large. Our little corner of the history books will be blighted by a global recession and civil unrest as political opportunists fan the flames of religious and racial tensions. In the midst of all this turbulence, there’s us, the regular people, caught up in the middle of the maelstrom.

In a world fraught with buzzwords like ‘terrorism’ ‘counter-terrorism’ ‘contamination’ ‘organized crime’ and ‘data theft’, its easy to feel like you’re always at risk, only ever one diplomatic blunder or power hungry madman away from World War 3. In such a world, an increase in security is often felt to be the only way to achieve peace of mind. Enter the world’s high security professionals.

Whether providing security for public figures, guarding prominent buildings, patrolling national boundaries or keeping the Internet safe from hackers, high security is an enormous and varied industry that demands much from its workers. Public and private security firms are stretched to deal with all the issues and potential problems that they have to tackle.

Fortunately, two-way radios make their work a lot easier. The same type of radios that are used by the military can be affordably purchased by the security services, as and when needed.

These radios are rugged and durable, they can withstand almost any weather type and they have strong, long lasting batteries that allow for hours of field work. Two-way radios are by far the quickest and most reliable form of portable communication, not as clumsy as a pager or as temperamental as a phone. In addition, two-way radios are incredibly easy to use, meaning that training is a doddle.

Working alongside state-of-the-art surveillance technology, non-lethal weaponry and bleeding edge computer security programs, the simple, effective (and simply effective) two-way radio is still the security services first and finest friend.

Whether on foot or in vehicles, whether standing guard or co-ordinating the efforts of a team, two-way radios are an absolutely indispensable part of the high security industry, making them a vital component of the nation’s peace of mind.

You’ll find two-way radios helping to keep secure our data centres, cash warehouses, government buildings, military bases, secure storage facilities and even more sites than we have the space to name.

The world may be a conflicted, sometimes frightening place, but the high security workers around the globe are helping us to sleep at night and using 2 Way Radios to do it.

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