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Companies all over the world know they can rely on the Laird team to develop smart technology from product conception through to manufacture. Learn how we work closely with customers as design, test and manufacturing partners to solve their critical product and technology challenges.
A company leading the market in automotive safety is working with DaimlerChrysler and Mercedes to provide a high-end protection system to decrease the number of auto accidents.
MtronPTI (www.mtronpti.com), a full service manufacturer of frequency control devices sought to encapsulate several toroidal inductors in one of their 250 MHz High Power RF Filters. These inductors (shown after potting below) undergo extreme vibration throughout its lifespan and without being properly staked in place, they would eventually vibrate loose causing the equipment to malfunction.
Blue Maestro has invented the Tempo, a smart thermometer that sends data from the ergonomic sensor to a smartphone or tablet application via Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). This product can be used in a variety of ways ranging from home applications such as monitoring a baby`s nursery through to business applications where one Canadian customer is using Tempos in his caviar business.
The California Highway Patrol’s (CHP) mission is to provide the highest level of safety, service and security to the people of California. As the largest state police agency in the United States, the CHP serves a large geographic area.
In 2010, a major government public safety agency set out to improve and enhance their current radio communications system. In order to continue to carry out their mission, improved interoperability between regions was necessary. In cases where units from multiple regions were deployed to support an incident, a need for frequency pairing operating on wide spacing was crucial to minimize interference. A vital part of this project was increasing the separation between transmit and receive frequencies which then required the installation of high quality wideband lowband antennas.