IWCE 2020 SHOW POSTPONMENT
With the rapidly developing circumstances around the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and in light of escalating corporate travel precautions, the IWCE 2020 show has been officially postponed by the organizers. Sinclair will update its partners and customers of new event details when a new event date has been announced. Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at email@example.com.
VEHICLE-TO-EVERYTHING (V2X) COMMUNICATION SOLUTION
With over 60 years of industry-leading expertise and a global reputation for its design and manufacturing capability, Sinclair Technologies understands how important reliability and durability are for Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) market application employing the V2X-DSRC technology. Sinclair offers a wide product portfolio of state-of-the-art mobile antennas designed to achieve optimal signal reception and reliable communication in transportation and traffic management systems.
PRESENTING: SINCLAIR’S IN-BUILDING DAS SOLUTION
Sinclair is excited to present its In-Building DAS solution with a wide range of public-safety grade rugged donor antennas, server antennas, couplers, splitters, filters, and custom system offerings. Uninterrupted coverage is critical for daily business, personal and emergency response communications. Sinclair offers a comprehensive line of DAS products designed for optimum coverage and simple installations. With multi-band designs that support a broad range of frequencies, they are ideal for public safety establishments, large venues, airports, and more.
CASE STUDIES/ WHITE PAPERS
CASE STUDY: SINCLAIR CONTRIBUTES TO TIMELY COMPLETION OF ASIA METRO RAIL PROJECT THROUGH QUICK CUSTOMIZATION CAPABILITY
One of Asia’s largest provider of rail transportation control systems had placed an order of ST221 series VHF transportation antennas from Sinclair for an overseas rail project. Based on the purchase order, Sinclair was able to deduce that the customer had planned to use only one antenna on each train. The frequency plan showed a 1.9MHz TX span and a 1.9MHz RX span with a 4.6MHz TX/RX separation. The VHF band antenna ordered only has a 2.5MHz bandwidth, which isn’t wide enough to cover the entire RF frequency range that is 6.5MHz wide. As this project was procured through a public tender and had commenced, no fundamental changes can be made, and any acceptance tests failures could cost the client an expensive penalty. In this case study, read how Sinclair helped its client quickly develop a customized solution to ensure the timely completion of the project.