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By Desmond Phillips: Wednesday 25th February, 2015

Life under the ocean waves

Although vast and inhospitable, the oceans are an active frontier for industry and commerce – such as the quest to exploit the last remaining reserves of oil and gas. Digital technology is at the heart of the sophisticated control systems of the modern ‘intelligent oil field’ (IOF). Data communications is the underpinning ‘glue’ which binds […]

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By Tim Whittaker: Friday 23rd January, 2015

A new wave of digital radio?

As someone who started his career in broadcasting and then live sound, the Integrated Systems Europe show in Amsterdam is one where I especially enjoy meeting past colleagues as well as new contacts. This year at ISE 2015, Hall 2, Stand 2-E60 we will be exhibiting something quite revolutionary: Pizzicato™, the world’s first completely digital radio […]

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By Monty Barlow: Wednesday 26th November, 2014

A Radio with No Analogue Parts?

We have built a working radio transmitter with only digital parts, code-named Pizzicato. No analogue filters and mixers. No exotic Gallium Arsenide chips. Just good old regular digital logic. This is a big deal, and no one has done it before. Despite the buzz around an increasingly digital world, so called ‘Software Defined Radios‘ today […]