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The new Ethernet Crescendo Radio performs smart polling features that increase communications speeds up to 64x faster than a poll/response cycle with a conventional 19.2 kbps data radio.
STI Engineering has completed the manufacture and supply of a total of 175 x 250W VHF FLEX™ paging transmitters to upgrade a State Government Emergency simulcast paging network.
STI Engineering has released an Ethernet enabled version of the Crescendo radio modem, allowing for both serial and IP networks.
STI Engineering has been selected to supply 175 paging transmitters for an Australian emergency services project
STI Engineering has been awarded a large supply contract for a European critical messaging system.
STI Engineering's RFI-148 250 Paging Transmitter has been approved for use in Europe.
STI Engineering has in collaboration with Greenspan-MCE, developed a complete Remote Irrigation Controller operating in the 433 MHz license-free band.
STI Engineering has won a contract to supply 480 high power VHF paging transmitters for the Victorian Emergency Alerting System, managed by ESTA and operated by Visionstream Pty Ltd.
Continuing its focus on international expansion, STI Engineering has obtained FCC approval for a range of products.
The Crescendo series of UHF and VHF radio modems, the 900MHz RFI-9256 and RFI-148 250 paging transmitter are now approved for sale into North and South American markets
January 2012 will see a rebranding of RF Innovations to STI-Engineering, marking a closer cooperation with the STI-Global group of companies.
The re-release of the RFI-MSIO Modbus capable low-cost I/O module allows for simple point-to-multipoint operation for small SCADA networks.
RF Innovations has released an Ethernet to Serial Bridging Module (RFI-ESM), for use with our licensed and license-free data radio modems
RF Innovations has released a new version of the Cruise Control configuration and diagnostics software. The new revision is 100% compatible with Windows 7.
RF Innovations' radio SCADA receivers have been used in upgrading a wide range of level crossings in a large rail network in Australia.