SM2601D TRANSPORT ANTENNAS
The SM2601D is the leading multi-band, multi-port Transport Antenna in the industry. It comes with 5 ports, one for PTC band, one for GNSS, one for WiFi and two broadband ports for 694-2700 MHz full band. The SM2601D series antenna is intended primarily for wireless coverage in transportation applications. This antenna is designed for ease of installation and minimal visual impact. It features a low profile and unobtrusive black housing that is perfect for mounting to a typical metal vehicle rooftop.
ST221 EXCALIBER RAIL ANTENNAS
Sinclair’s Excaliber ST221 series of antennas are low-profile, mobile omni antennas designed for a wide range of mobile applications. The rugged cast aluminum design ensures consistent dependable performance, relatively inconspicuous appearance and is resistant to damage. They have become a North American standard antenna for railroad locomotive service.
STAY ON THE RIGHT TRACK WITH OUR TRANSPORTATION COMMUNICATION SOLUTIONS
With over 60 years of experience on a global scale, Sinclair has the product line and technical experience to keep your transport grid running smoothly, with customizable rail, road and air communication solutions. Many of Sinclair’s antennas are low profile for discreet implementation and can fit into virtually any type of land mobile, transit, or transport vehicles. Sinclair antenna, RF signal conditioning and filter products provide solutions for data collection, tracking and controlling on a real-time basis to support mission and business critical services.
SINCLAIR ENHANCES TECHNICAL COMPETENCY OF PARTNERS THROUGH TWO-DAY WORKSHOP
The Sinclair Technologies team conducted a two-day intensive, technical workshop for the Production Electronique team and customers in Quebec. There was a diverse group of 70 attendees involved in various fields like 911 responders, telecommunications, cellular networks, police, transport authorities, large public safety and integrated system manufacturers. We believe that ongoing technical training and upskilling of our partners and customers, especially in this industry, can encourage creativity and productivity.
WHAT IS PIM AND WHY IS IT CRUCIAL FOR ANTENNAS?
PIM-certified products from reliable sources are becoming increasingly critical as cellular systems age and carrier count increases. PIM tests that were not considered important a few years ago when cellular and public safety systems were loaded lightly is suddenly becoming a vital part of current maintenance. Read our blog on what exactly is PIM, and why network PIM performance and product PIM testing are now imperative.
CASE STUDIES/ WHITE PAPERS
SAMPLING THE DEPTHS: MODERNIZING MINING THROUGH INNOVATIVE SYSTEMS DESIGN
With tower space at a premium and frequency congestion on the rise, mining communication projects have turned into complex systems that demand high levels of isolation and interference protection. Read the case study to learn more about how Sinclair Technologies’ custom Engineering Systems Design extended support to an iron ore mining project.
RECEIVER MULTICOUPLERS 101- THE BASICS ON THE USE OF MULTICOUPLERS IN THE RECEPTION OF RADIO SIGNALS
This whitepaper was written by James Reville, Systems Engineering Manager at Sinclair Technologies. It is an introduction to receiver multicouplers that are used in the reception of radio signals, and discusses their application to various situations, explaining how they operate. It features example specifications and key terms associated with receiver multicouplers as well.
TRADE SHOW HIGHLIGHTS
HAND IN GLOVE WITH PUBLIC SAFETY AT APCO CANADA 2018
Being a leader in public safety for the past 60 years, Sinclair was proud to be part of APCO Canada 2018. Our team met with important customers, distributors and partners who supply, install and operate emergency communications systems globally, to discuss product needs, new technology and challenges. APCO Canada 2018 proved to be a great learning experience with insightful training sessions, networking and learning opportunities for professionals involved in the public safety and critical communications sector.