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Microlab Releases New SMART Passives System for Real-Time Public Safety DAS Monitoring

Microlab today introduces the SMART Passives System, an innovative, patent pending solution for monitoring transmission lines, components, and antennas for in-building Emergency Services Communications Systems. These capabilities are enabled by Microlab’s new System Monitor, Alarm, Report Technology (SMART), first being deployed in the SMART Coupler. The SMART Coupler consists of a specially designed broadband, passive, directional coupler for 130 – 960 MHz combined with active, diagnostic tools for system monitoring with failure detection and isolation capabilities. The real-time monitoring capabilities that the SMART Coupler provides will ensure that Public Safety DAS owners can depend on the operation of their critical communication systems.

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Microlab Announces the Release of a New Digital GPS Repeater Product Line
Provides Advanced GPS Network Timing Solutions

Microlab, a Wireless Telecom Group Company (NYSE MKT: WTT) today announced a new product line of Digital GPS Signal Repeaters and Splitters. The GPSR series repeaters and GPSS series splitters incorporate Microlab’s new patent-pending Digital SkyTiming Technology™ which provides advanced GPS timing and location distribution. These new products are ideal for network timing applications that require GPS signals with high precision and accuracy.

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Microlab Offers New Line of Public Safety Components

Public Safety

Public Safety 
Public Safety communications worldwide are becoming increasingly important to ensure that first responders communicate reliably during emergencies for the protection and preservation of life and property. Public Safety agencies like the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the International Fire Code (IFC) have created safety in-building communication requirements and best practices. Local municipalities and authorities at different government levels in the U.S. are now mandating these safety codes for new and existing buildings and facilities. 

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