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Multiple spectrum analyser display from Radixon UK’s latest WiNRADiO; and, below, the software-defi ned radio module itself

Cost-effective radio surveillance tool S

howing a new, all-inclusive wideband software-defi ned radio (SDR) receiver was Radixon UK, British arm of the Australian-

based Radixon GroupDesigned for cost-effective radio communication surveillance with government and commercial end users in mind, the WiNRADiO WR-G39DDC DR has a frequency range extending from 9 kHz to 3500 MHz. It features a 16 MHz wide real-time spectrum analyser and two independent channels of 4 MHz instantaneous bandwidth for recording and further digital processing. “In our increasingly complex and unsafe world, surveillance and monitoring in multi-disciplinary domains is essential to ensuring safety and protecting our society against destabilizing threats”, said UK managing director Ian Bateman. “In these economically straitened times where national governments are looking to cut corners while preserving the safety of its citizens, the WR-G39DDC is a perfect solution, combining a future-proof leading technology that is cost-effi cient.”

mong safety innovations for military and civil users was the new ResQLink 406 MHz Personal Locator Beacon (PLB) from ACR Cobham, displayed by Merseyside-based International Safety

Products (ISP) in the UK pavilion area. Measuring just 10cm tall, ResQLink is claimed to be the smallest 406

MHz GPS PLB in the world. Despite its compact size, the waterproof device packs three levels of integrated signal technology comprising GPS positioning, a powerful 406 MHz signal, and 121·5 MHz homing capability.

At the push of a button, the ResQLink not only

broadcasts the sender’s location, but also who they are, from the beacon’s registration details. T e onboard 66-channel GPS fi xes the sender’s position to within 100 metres and the powerful 406 MHz signal relays the distress call to the Cospas- Sarsat international satellite rescue system. When local rescue teams

are deployed, a separate hom- ing signal combined with an integrated LED strobe light

guides them to the sender’s exact position.

Dates for the next DSEi exhibition are September 10–13, 2013

Rugged video recording for demanding uses A

new range of rugged mobile digital video recorders (DVR) designed to meet demanding CCTV recording requirements in defence, rail

and transport was demonstrated by the London-based manufacturer Sascal Displays. The company’s main business comes from the design, manufacturing and assembly of products for the UK Ministry of Defence. Models on display included a video recorder which transmits encrypted live or recorded images over a wireless network connection.

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The DVRs are designed to integrate with video management software from Wavestore, also a part of the Sascal Group. The Linux-based software, developed primarily for applications

in professional security and counter-terrorism, allows simultaneous recording and display of high-quality images from combinations of different CCTV camera types. Sascal Displays says the software is proving very popular and generating rapid sales to international government and major industrial customers.



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