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Salvation Army Christmas Donation

Merry Christmas from the team at RFI!  

In lieu of Christmas cards, RFI has donated $6,000 to the Salvation Army for their annual Christmas Appeal.

Donation handed to Greg Donovan from the Salvation Army by Jessica Forder, Maxon Coordinator at RFI.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Salvos Christmas appeal gives hope to Australians battling tough times and this donation will go towards:

  • providing shelter to people with nowhere to sleep
  • purchasing gifts for kids who would otherwise get none
  • wrapping hampers for people struggling to afford basic meals

 

To find out more about the Salvation Army Christmas Appeal, click here

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Mark Mezzapica Wins 2020 ARCIA Johnathan Livingston Seagull Award

Congratulations to Mark Mezzapica, recipient of the ARCIA 2020 Jonathan Livingston Seagull Award

With more than 40 years of radio communications industry experience, Mark is a true embodiment of the Jonathan Livingston Seagull Award:

Someone who has risen above the flock – learned more and achieved greatness.

Someone who has taken the knowledge back to the community to help others better themselves

Mark’s extremely sharp scientific mind and high degree of imagination make him the peak industry and globally accredited expert in the field of antenna systems, RF transmission, PIM, multi-coupling, lightning protection and amplifier characterisation.

As Chief Technology Officer at RFI Technology Solutions, Mark has introduced systems and product improvements, leading a team of engineers in the development of new antennas and antenna systems.

Along his path Mark has co-authored six different patents, held countless seminars and mentoring programs, sharing his knowledge and passion for the industry with his peers, graduates, engineers and technicians, making him well-deserving of this award.

 

Mark Mezzapica with Ian Hyde at RFI Sydney Head Office

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mark Mezzapica presented Jonathan Livingston Seagull Award by ARCIA via Zoom.

 

To find out more about the award, click here or visit arcia.org.au 

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Introducing the DSPbR® Edge with TRex

Introducing the DSPbR® Edge with TRex

In-Building UHF Repeater with Trunking Extender (TRex) for Critical Public Safety Communications

Extend your public safety radio network coverage indoors seamlessly, quickly and affordably

• Extend your existing public safety radio network coverage to critical indoor public areas

• Keep your public safety personnel connected and safe in indoor operations

• Compact and cost effective with minimal infrastructure requirements

The DSPbR® Edge with TRex

The DSPbR® Edge with TRex repeater is the newest member of the RFI rebroadcast product family. It provides a cost effective and flexible solution to enhance indoor public safety radio coverage, without compromising the network performance. Flexible deployment options and scalable configurations are available. The Edge requires minimal infrastructure and on going maintenance.

• Smashes the cost barriers for extending public safety radio networks indoors

• Minimises CAPEX and ongoing OPEX

• TRex enables simplified deployment with minimised intra-system isolation design requirements

• TRex provides excellent user experience offering smooth outdoor to indoor transition and rectified border zone coverage degradations

• Designed and manufactured in Australia

• TRex software patent pending

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