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Dustin Chen, sales manager for SWIT Electronics, said: "In addition, SWIT Electronics integrated dynamic frequency selection (DFS) support, which allows the wireless systems to detect radar interferences, and automatically move the wireless network to another frequency with no interference.
Equipped with 14dBi gain, the S-4900 is compatible with SWIT Electronics' S-4904 and S4914 transmitters, and is capable of achieving 1km line-of-sight transmission distance.
Besides its wireless systems, SWIT Electronics also showcased its flagship range of broadcast monitors at IBC2017.
State property will be provided, with due approval of commissioner office, to SWIT for establishing updated water system plant and provide purified and clean "sweet water," absolutely free of cost, to the inhabitants of the concerned areas.
SWIT will bear all the expenses to be incurred on the construction, maintenance and all those covered under the head of utility.
Sales have increased rapidly in recent years, Chen reported, as SWIT has successfully won tenders and new clients in Singapore and Australia.
High-load cine-camera Li-ion battery: The line of SWIT High Load batteries offers up to 180W/15A constant power output, and can easily drive high-power cine-camera, high-power lightings and other critical equipment.
With rapid changes in technology and growing demand for skills in the automotive industry, this new centre will enable SWIT to respond effectively to the sector s needs.
In addition to the existing training in automotive light vehicle servicing and heavy duty mobile plant and road transport, the new centre will allow SWIT to offer auto electrical qualifications in 2014.
The striker has been ruled out for six to eight weeks after being stretchered off in England's 3-1 Euro 2012 qualifying win in Swits zerland on Tuesday.
The Business Permits and Licensing Office (BPLO), led by its chief Gary Llamas, started SWiTs pilot implementation on Feb.