Wireless Link attends IDAS training

Wireless Link in Icom Japan 2015
Engr. Ralph Waldy J. Soguilon, General Manager of Wireless Link Technologies, Inc., together with Engr. Marc Erwin D. Regalado, GenSan Branch Head, Engr. Veejay L. Espuerta, GenSan Branch Technical Head and Mr. Brian Lualhati, Radio Communication Division Technical Support, attended this training which was also highlighted with a factory tour at Wakayama and a visit to Icom Head Office in Osaka.

To further enhance its technical competency for radio communication industry, Wireless Link Technologies, Inc. once again underwent a technical training at Wakayama Icom Inc. in Wakayama, Japan last June 15 – 19, 2015.

Wireless Link, authorized distributor of Icom in the Philippines, joined other distributors from other Asian countries in this five-day seminar about Icom Digital Advanced System (IDAS). IDAS offers a complete system of handheld radios, mobile radios, repeaters, network interface / trunking controller, remote communicator, system manager software and various accessories. IDAS is a complete solution that system owners or operators can grow into as their time and budget allows.

The seminar consists of three courses. Single-site conventional system, which enables you to communicate in a wider area than Peer-to-Peer communication was tackled on the first day. Multi-site Conventional system followed on the next day. Multi-site conventional system has a centralized IP network from which one can connect and communicate from different sites and respond like a single site. It can provide long distance communication from different radios connected to the IP network. Single site trunking, the last IDAS course, provides an affordable multi-channel digital radio system. It can create a selective or group call and short data messages over the trunking system.

A brief introduction for Marine Radar and Mobile HF Transceiver was also discussed on the last two days of the training. Marine Radar provides a clear target discrimination, which can be seen on the radar screen. The marine radar would help prevent collision and accidents while at sea.

This technology would help companies who provide communication links to give a higher quality communication with less problems and issues. In turn, it would be a big help for the users to have better quality and hassle-free communication and a safer road to face.

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