Re: Mysteriöse Funkanlage

Rund ums Thema Zeugen Jehovas

Geschrieben von Bauer am 27. Mai 2001 23:40:06:

Als Antwort auf: Mysteriöse Funkanlage geschrieben von Drahbeck am 27. Mai 2001 17:18:54:

Das erinnerte mich an das was ich vor ein paar Tagen aufgestöbert habe. Da geht es ebenfalls um modernste Funktechnologie. Daten-Funk quasie. Die WTG traut wohl nur der eigenen Kommunikationssysteme. Ich glaube nicht, dass die WTG als Kunde aufgeführt wird, wenn sie nur eine Anlage für 10.000$ erworben hätte. Die WTG wird neben kommerziellen Telefongesellschaften als Abnehmer genannt. Womöglich gelangen die Anlagen weltweit zum Einsatz (sind jedoch nur regional nutzbar!).

Derartige Anlagen werden auch vom Militär genutzt.

The Company's principal wireless products are summarized in the following

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Analog and digital data Point-to-point and $1,000 to Mobil, Phillips Petroleum, Florida
radios (450 and 900 MHz) point-to-multipoint, remote $10,000 Power & Light, PG&E, Georgia Power,
monitoring, data collection El Paso Gas, Amoco, China National
Petroleum Corporation
LAN microwave radios (23 Local area network interconnection $10,000 to Pacific Communications, Watchtower
GHz) $12,000 Bible and Tract Society of NY, HSC
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The Company participates in selected areas of the U.S. government market
which are closely related to the Company's commercial technological and product
base. In recent years, as U.S. defense spending has declined, the Company has
competed effectively by offering adaptations of its technologies and
commercially available "off-the-shelf" products to stable and growing segments
of the Department of Defense market at significantly less cost than would be the
case under military specification procurement procedures. The Company integrates
electronic and electro-optical systems for both airborne and ground-based
applications. These systems collect, process and disseminate intelligence and
reconnaissance information using advanced radio communications hardware and both
special-purpose and off-the-shelf computers and software. The Company maintains
and upgrades these systems throughout their useful lives, which can be a decade
or more. The Company has developed a series of products with secure, portable,
ruggedized suitcase-sized packaging that incorporate key intelligence
information collection, processing and analysis capabilities contained in its
larger systems.

The Company also designs and develops state-of-the-art multisensor imaging
systems and sophisticated electronic intelligence collection systems which it
integrates into inexpensive commercial aircraft. In fiscal 1991, the Company
received contracts totaling $19.6 million as a prime contractor for the U.S.
Army's Air

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microwave radios to interconnect microcells in new cellular and personal
communications systems. The majority of these orders are for new 23 GHz and 38
GHz radios.

Land Mobile and Utility Communications. CMI, through TTS, manufacturers
and sells digital and analog microwave radio systems for the interconnection of
statewide public safety mobile networks. Most of these sales are made through
Motorola, with whom TTS has an equipment supply agreement. TTS also sells
products to large utilities to provide voice and data communications along major
rights of way.

Television Broadcast. MRC is a leading supplier of analog microwave radios
to U.S. and international broadcast and cable television markets for use
principally in portable electronic news gathering and studio-to-transmitter

Wireless Data Networking. CMI, through its MDS division, manufactures
point-to-point and point-to-multipoint microwave data radios. MDS point-to-point
radios are used to extend the reach of a communications system in areas where
low capacity, multi-channel voice or data communications links are required.
Point-to-multipoint radio systems are used principally to connect central
computers to remote computer terminals or to physical measurement and control
devices. Typical applications include remote monitoring and automated operation
of oil and gas production and distribution, water-wastewater treatment systems,
and control of electric utility power generation facilities. Approximately
100,000 MDS data radios have been sold since MDS commenced the sale of radios in

CMI's MRC subsidiary manufactures a short-distance microwave radio system
that provides point-to-point high speed data connection of local area networks.
Typical users include companies operating multiple local area networks within a
metropolitan area.