Antennas

An often unsung component – good and properly selected antennas are essential if you're going to get the best from your RF equipment

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Panorama Antennas opens French subsidiary

Panorama Antennas yesterday (October 18) announced that it has opened a French subsidiary with the aim of expanding its business in the western continental European region.

Panorama’s new subsidiary, located at 16 Allée des Acacias, 33700 Mérignac, Bordeaux, has an ...

Amphenol Procom formed through brand consolidation

On 15 May, Amphenol Private Networks and its portfolio of brands (Procom, Jaybeam and Skymasts) were streamlined into a single brand and company: Amphenol Procom.

Mette Brink, CEO of Amphenol Procom said: "We are so fortunate to have three strong brands in Procom, ...

RadioTrade and Panorama Antennas team up

RadioTrade Ltd became an accredited distributor for Panorama Antennas' range of antennas and accessories on 3 April. The distributor will have the most popular items stocked and ready for next day delivery.

Richard Searle, RadioTrade's managing director said: “We are ...

Glasgow rolls-out UK's first outdoor digital DAS

Infrastructure company Arqiva has partnered with Dali Wireless to improve mobile coverage and capacity in Glasgow city centre

Dali has provided what it claims to be the first UK outdoor digital distributed antenna system (DAS) to the project. The roll-out also ...

In-Depth

60 seconds with John Thomson

John Thomson, technical sales and support manager at Panorama Antennas and non-executive director at FCS, discusses his time in the two-way radio industry

How do you spend your time at work?I work in the development team and provide product support to our internal and ...

Radios to the rescue

Sam Fenwick joins a Berkshire Lowland Search and Rescue exercise to learn more about how rescue organisations use radio to better coordinate their operations and improve volunteer safety

Emma Brookes was reported missing at 6pm by her mother. Depressed after her exams ...

The art of radio maintenance

Whether it’s a one base-station system or a nationwide emergency setup, two-way networks are more robust than ever. However, that doesn’t mean maintenance can be ignored. Vaughan O’Grady discovers what can go wrong

When it comes to two-way radio networks there’s no ...

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