Sinclair Technologies was chosen as a trusted supplier of private wireless communication systems for global events. G8 and G20 are two of the most important international forums where leaders from the world’s most powerful countries meet to discuss global issues such as economy, environment and human rights, etc. According [...]
Access to reliable communication equipment is essential for law enforcement agencies where a short response time is critical in what could be a life or death scenario. Sinclair Technologies understands that reliability is always a major consideration in the design process for public safety products. A key law enforcement agency [...]
NASA had an aging radar infrastructure that needed to be replaced and upgraded. Radiometrics took on this project, but soon realized that they needed to partner with an antenna manufacturer who could meet the specifications of their custom engineered design. Radiometrics contacted several suppliers but only a few could meet these [...]
Updated: 04/28/2017 In 2005, NAV CANADA’s radar coverage of Hudson Bay was limited to line-of-sight (LOS) and did not cover the entire Hudson Bay area. The Company used VHF communication sites around Hudson Bay and HF communications for areas that were not covered by VHF. During a testing phase, the [...]
WHITEPAPERS / APPLICATION NOTES
Written by Michael Macki Product Design Engineer, Sinclair Technologies Introduction The cavity combiner is an important tool for joining multiple signals onto a single path or for separating these [...]
A new white paper is available for download! Written by Mike Macki of Sinclair Technologies, this white paper provides an overview of the basic types of cavity combiners. In order to understand how combiners operate, it is important to have an approximate idea of how cavities and transmission lines work.
A practical and helpful whitepaper on filtering radio signals is now available for free to download on IWCE's Urgent Communications website. The title of the white paper is "Introduction to [...]