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FRIDAY - APRIL 13, 2007 - ISSUE NO. 257

Dear Friends of Wireless Messaging,

My father used to say, “give them enough rope, and they will hang themselves.” There are many familiar similar sayings and clichés like, “what goes around, comes around,” “they will always get what is coming to them,” etc. The dictionary definition is, “the effects of a person’s actions that determine his/her destiny.” cause and effect (Cause/Effect) So, that Comverse got into trouble, was no surprise to me.

Chutes and Ladders:
Comverse names Dahan pres.

Comverse has named Andre Dahan as its new president, CEO and director, effective April 30. Dahan previously served as the president and CEO of AT&T Wireless's Mobile Multimedia Services unit from July 2001 to December 2004. Comverse's previous CEO, Jacob Alexander fled to Namibia to avoid charges of stock-option backdating. Comverse's former senior general counsel William F. Sorin and former CFO David Kreinberg resigned in May during an investigation by a special committee of the board. [source]

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On to the news. . .

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There is no charge for subscription and there are no membership restrictions. Readers are a very select group of wireless industry professionals, and include the senior managers of many of the world's major Paging and Wireless Data companies. There is an even mix of operations managers, marketing people, and engineers—so I try to include items of interest to all three groups. It's all about staying up-to-date with business trends and technology. I regularly get reader's comments, so this newsletter has become a community forum for the Paging, and Wireless Data communities. You are welcome to contribute your ideas and opinions. Unless otherwise requested, all correspondence addressed to me is subject to publication in the newsletter and on my web site. I am very careful to protect the anonymity of those who request it.

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Comverse Technology names new CEO

Andre Dahan, who will also serves as president, will take up the appointment on April 30.

Shiri Habib 11 Apr 07 18:51

Comverse Technology (Nasdaq: CMVT) has announced the appointment of Andre Dahan (58) as president and CEO of the company. Dahan will take up the appointment on April 30, and thereby bring to an end a period of five months in which the company has been without a chief executive.

Comverse Technology., through its Comverse, Inc. subsidiary, provides software and systems enabling communication and billing services. The group also includes Verint Systems (Nasdaq: VRNT), which provides solutions for communications interception, networked video security, and business intelligence; and Ulticom (Nasdaq: ULCM), a provider of service enabling signaling software, and mobile roaming technology company Starhome.

Incoming CEO Dahan began his career in technical jobs at MALAM, Israel Aircraft Industries, and IBM. He has more than 30 years of experience in the wireless and technology sectors, and was formerly president and CEO of AT&T Wireless' Mobile Multimedia Services. He has also held senior executive positions with Dun & Bradstreet, Teradata Corporation (now NCR), and Sequent Computer Systems.

Comverse technology chairman Mark Terrell said, "Andre Dahan is an exceptional leader with the vision, global experience and deep industry and technical knowledge to help make Comverse Technology even stronger for its investors, customers, partners and employees.

"In particular, Andre's operational background in key global markets for our products and services will be of great benefit as we move forward. Andre gets results, and as we continue to focus on building the value of our business, we are confident that he is the right leader at the right time."

"I am honored to have this opportunity and excited by the possibilities that lie ahead for Comverse Technology," Dahan said. "Comverse has earned a powerful reputation for technological innovation, commercial success and relentless focus on customers. I look forward to working with Comverse's talented board and employees to continue to build on this record of outstanding performance, with a focus on delivering superior shareholder return."

There have been many changes in Comverse Technology's management in recent months, since the departure of founder Kobi Alexander, CFO David Kreinberg, and senior general counsel William Sorin, in the wake of the options backdating scandal. Since then, interim CEO Raz Alon and chairman Ron Hiram have also been replaced, while Zeev Bregman resigned as CEO of subsidiary Comverse CNS, to be replaced by Yaron Tchwella.

Comverse Technology, which is traded on the Pink Sheets, has a market cap of $4.4 billion.

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RIM drops on SEC probe, earnings

Results fail to impress investors

Published: Thursday, April 12, 2007

TORONTO -- Shares of Research In Motion Ltd. (TSX:RIM) fell almost 8% on Thursday as investors reacted with concern to the BlackBerry maker's results, which met but didn't exceed expectations.

The shares gave up US$11.05, or 7.6%, to US$134.97 on the Nasdaq, catching up with the after-hours trading drop marked by the stock late on Wednesday. On the Toronto Stock Exchange, the shares were down $13.34 at $153.12.

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Late on Wednesday, RIM reported a fourth-quarter profit of US$187.9-million, or 99 cents a share, in line with its earlier forecasts. That was a surge from US$18.4-million, or 10 cents a share, in the same quarter a year ago.

It also said that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission had upgraded its informal inquiry into stock-option grants at the company to a formal investigation. News of the investigation was noted by most analysts, but not raised as a top concern.

"We believe that RIM's opportunity for strong growth remains entirely intact and that their ability to execute also remains intact," Paradigm Capital analyst Barry Richards wrote in a note to clients.

"Relative to expectations, these results will disappoint some, but in absolute terms, the performance has been spectacular and there is no reason we think that will change going forward."

Ittai Kidron, an analyst at CIBC World Markets, wrote in a note that he expects a pullback in the stock, adding that a buying opportunity could arise depending on the magnitude of the selloff.

"The key questions are: have consensus estimates caught up with RIM's true earnings potential? And, is there more upside?" Kidron wrote. "We believe the answer to both is yes — yet we would wait for the stock to correct before re-evaluating our rating, and thus maintain our neutral rating at this point."

However, analysts Brian Modoff and Jonathan Goldberg at Deutsche Bank pointed out that Waterloo, Ontario-based RIM ended the quarter with an inventory buildup of 250,000 units.

"While management highlighted that the main reason for that was a delay in shipments to some carriers, we wonder whether it is a cause of concern," they wrote to clients. "The launch of new products could be crimping demand for older products, but could also be a sign of slowing upgrade cycles."

RIM counts on existing BlackBerry users upgrading and replacing their devices to help new sales.

The Deutsche Bank analysts also said they view the fall in RIM shares in after-hours trade on Wednesday "as a sign of over-the-top expectations going into the (earnings conference) call.


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A Failure to Communicate

By Chuck Goudie

April 11, 2007 — Five and a half years after 9/11, Chicago's most important emergency communications vehicle is parked and valuable city radio frequencies are in jeopardy.

When Chicago's emergency communications system flunked the test by federal Homeland Security officials this year, Mayor Daley blamed the media. But the ABC7 I-Team has uncovered evidence that Chicago failed to make the grade after city officials neglected to renew the licenses for dozens of emergency radio frequencies and after a serious flaw turned up in the mobile command center that was supposed to be the crown jewel of Chicago's emergency communications system.

"Chicago is far ahead of most other cities when it comes to using state of the art technology," said Mayor Richard Daley in September 2006.

Mayor Daley unveiled a state of the art communications truck eight months ago and it took center stage at the city's first high-rise evacuation drill. But the vehicle has never had the ability to do what the city paid $2 million for: send video, provide secured internet access and an emergency radio communications system.

According to a letter obtained by ABC7, the Federal Communications Commission last month denied Chicago use of its satellite transmitter that sits atop the much-heralded emergency communications vehicle, stating that the city did not satisfy several FCC requirements necessary to operate such equipment.

Chicago emergency management officials, who held a news conference Tuesday about weather safety, declined to be interviewed about serious problems with their primary communications truck.

A statement sent to the I-Team late today claims the truck "has been fully operational . . . since last year." But that's not true. It was just today — and only after our inquiries — that the city sent this emergency request to the FCC, citing "the safety of all citizens and property" in asking for an extraordinary, temporary FCC permit to operate the satellite truck in a crisis. But the FCC is allowing only a partial permit for processing 9-1-1 calls, not for video or data. This is the latest communications failure to embarrass the city since the I-Team began investigating four years ago.

In 2003, Mayor Daley claimed ownership of this first command center called InfraLynx. Despite the mayor's proclamation, the city never owned it. When the ABC7 I-Team found the truck in Washington, DC, and asked for an explanation in September 2005, the city's former emergency director responded:

"There were some challenges that we experienced with the procurement process," said Andrew Velasquez, former Chicago OEMC director.

Fast forward to last September, when they just bought a new truck:

"No city in the nation can boast of such a vehicle," said Velasquez.

But, as we discovered, neither could Chicago. The latest $2 million vehicle was unable to take part in a tactical communication exercise, because of at least 30 major high-tech problems, and last fall we found it stashed in DuPage County.

"At the time it was still being tested we were testing all the components," said Velasquez in September 2006.

So here's the communications breakdown: two unveilings, five excuses and six years of good luck that there was no citywide catastrophe.

In January, the US Department of Homeland Security ranked Chicago among the worst prepared for regional disaster communications. But its defunct 9-1-1 center on wheels was apparently only part of the reason. When the city blasted the report as inaccurate, an irate Mayor Daley blamed the media for tying up too many radio frequencies that the city could use to improve communications.

"We need the cooperation of your industry to give something up. If you gave a little bit up, then of course, not just Chicago but across the country, we'd basically have a better system," Mayor Daley said on January 23.

But the I-Team has examined federal records showing that the licenses for 37 City of Chicago radio frequencies will soon be terminated by the FCC because the city never utilized them, even though they have owned and paid for them since 2001. Despite Chicago receiving tens of millions of dollars in Homeland Security money, OEMC sources tell the I-Team the city has chosen not to upgrade its radio communications systems, which would allow them to use these frequencies. They say that has hindered interoperability between city departments and emergency agencies outside of Chicago.

City officials said Wednesday they have now applied to keep those long-lost radio frequencies and that they are not in jeopardy of losing them. But such confusion at a crucial city agency in charge of communication has some OEMC insiders wondering "who's on first?" Mayor Daley has yet to name a permanent replacement for former director Andrew Velasquez, who is now running emergency operations for the entire state.


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The RC Series Wireless Wall Clocks incorporate the most advanced movement available on the market, automatically adjusting for Daylight Saving Time and power outages that can reduce operational and maintenance costs. The clocks are available in a wide variety of easy-to-install models with heavy-duty steel construction or impact-resistant ABS plastic, providing long-term quality and durability.

Illinois Time Recorder, Lathem's premier dealer in the greater Chicago area, has already begun to offer the RC Series Wireless Wall Clock System to its customers. Patrick Neville, president of Illinois Time Recorder, said, "The RC Series Wireless GPS Clock System is representative of the quality solutions we've come to expect from Lathem. Other wireless clock systems use low band or short-range signals, which typically require multiple transmitters to achieve adequate coverage, often resulting in additional system components to eliminate 'dead spots'. We are excited to offer Lathem's new wireless wall clock system because its single transmitter system design provides a highly reliable and scalable solution for campus-wide coverage."

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GTES is offering SHERLOC™ services both directly and through authorized resellers. If your company has an interest in finding out how location services can enhance your revenue stream, and has the contacts and expertise to make you successful in the location marketplace, please contact us for further information at and select “Reseller Opportunities,” or call us at 770-754-1666 for more information.
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Call (217) 653-8200 Fred Pakosta or Jim Neves (660) 341-0304 for your Project Requirements!
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Vonage CEO resigns, cost-cutting moves planned

By Peter Sayer, IDG News Service

Vonage Holdings CEO Michael Snyder resigned, the company said Thursday, at the same time announcing moves to cut costs.

Snyder resigned, and also quit the company’s board of directors, Wednesday. Chairman and Chief Strategist Jeffrey A. Citron will fill in as CEO until a replacement is found.

The company announced plans to cut its costs by $140 million, including $110 million in unnecessary marketing expenses, in order to become more competitive.

Vonage may soon be able to cut back on customer recruitment costs: on Friday it won a temporary reprieve from a court order prohibiting it from signing up new customers as a result of a patent dispute with Verizon Communications Inc., but that order may be reinstated at a hearing on April 24. Vonage spends $275 on marketing for each new customer signed up, it said.

The VOIP (voice over Internet Protocol) operator also plans to freeze staff recruitment, and to lay off 10 percent of its workforce during the second quarter, cutting costs by a further $20 million.

The company expects to report revenue for the first quarter of $195 million and 322,000 new customers signed up during the quarter. Allowing for departing customers, it expects to report a net gain of 166,000 subscribers. The company has around 2.4 million subscriber lines, bringing it an average monthly revenue per line of $28.17, it said.

Source: Macworld

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The Paging Industry expects quality, reliable, and high performance paging products.

We at Unication have listened and delivered.


M90™ Messenger™—Our newest ReFLEX 2-Way Advanced Messaging solution. Finally the Industry has a true replacement for the Motorola T900 but with more features and improved RF performance.

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    • Alpha Elite and Alpha Gold—Our top of the line FLEX™ / POCSAG, 4-line alphanumeric pagers with an identical user interface and comparable RF performance to the Motorola Elite and Gold pagers.
    • NP88—Our newest numeric FLEX / POCSAG pager with the best backlight in the Industry.
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About Unication Co., Ltd.

  • A Taiwan company founded in 1992 with extensive experience designing and manufacturing paging and broadband products.
  • An ODM to major telecommunications companies.
  • More than 300 associates worldwide with Engineering Design Centers in Taipei, China and Vancouver, BC.  The engineering team has years of experience in wireless systems, embedded SW, RF design and protocols for infrastructure and pagers.
  • Our Accelerated Life Testing facility ensures the highest quality of products for our customers.
  • ISO 9001 and 14001 Certified
  • Fully licensed by Motorola for product design technology and the FLEX Family of Protocols.
  • Sales and Engineering support office in Arlington, Texas.
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Hark Technologies

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Wireless Communication Solutions

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ISI-LX Internet Serial Interface with Protocol Conversion

  • Converts Serial TAP message to SNPP, SMTP, or WCTP
  • Pass through Serial Data to TCP/IP and TCP/IP back to Serial
  • Supports Ethernet or PPP Connection to Internet w/Dial Backup
  • Includes 4 Serial Ports for Multiplexing Traffic
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IPG Internet Paging Gateway

  • No Moving Parts Such as Hard Drives or Fans to Fail
  • Supports 10Base-T Network Connection to Internet
  • Accepts HTTP, SMTP, SNPP, and WCTP from Internet
  • Sends TAP or TNPP to Your Paging Terminal


  • Inexpensive method of automating your paging monitoring
  • Uses standard paging receiver
  • Available in 152-158 POCSAG or 929 FLEX (call for others)
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Omega Unified Messaging Server

  • Full Featured Internet Messaging Gateway
  • TAP Concentrator and TNPP Routing Functions w/TNPP over Internet
  • Serial Protocols Supported: GCP, SMDI, SMS, TAP, TNPP
  • Internet Protocols Supported: AIM, HTTP, SMPP (out only), SMTP, SNPP, and WCTP
  • Full Featured, Easy-to-use Voice/Fax/Numeric Mail Interface
  • One Number For All Your Messaging
  • Optional Hot-swap Hard Drives and Power Supplies Available

Please see our web site for even more products designed specifically for Personal Messaging carriers. For example, the Omega Messaging Gateway and Email Throttling Gateway (anti-spam).

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BloostonLaw Telecom Update
Vol. 10, No. 15
April 11, 2007

FCC Seeks Comment On CMRS Market Competition

Comments are due May 7, and replies are due May 22, on the FCC’s Twelfth Annual Report and Analysis of Competitive Market Conditions with Respect to Commercial Mobile Services. This year the FCC hopes to improve the granularity of the report’s data and analysis of coverage and service provision, particularly in rural and tribal areas. The Commission said it recognizes that its historical county-based analysis overstates to some degree the total coverage in terms of both geographic areas and population covered. Thus, this year, the FCC requests data and comment on methods to analyze service provision at geographic areas smaller than counties. Commenters are asked to submit the CMRS coverage maps they already make available to the public in brochures and on their Web sites. The Commission is also interested in detailed information regarding the provision of advanced wireless services in rural and tribal areas. For example, do carriers provide cove rage only in certain parts of these areas, such as near major roads, where they do not market service to residents of those areas? If this is true, could the FCC’s analysis be improved if carriers indicated the parts of their coverage areas in which they compete to offer service and the parts that are used only to provide coverage to traveling subscribers based in other locations? How do infrastructure-sharing agreements, such as those between carriers along highways in low-density areas, affect service availability in rural areas? These are only some of the questions in the WT Docket No. 07-71 proceeding that should be of interest to our clients. Rural telcos may want to file comments if they have seen larger wireless carriers abandon roaming or affiliation agreements that would have lead to rural buildout, because they reached an infrastructure sharing agreement with another large carrier to cover the relevant highways.

Vonage Dodges Bullet, Now Hopes Court Won’t Pull Plug

Once the darling of a fledgling Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service industry, Vonage Holdings Corp. now faces the battle of its life just to survive as a business. After a lower court ruling last Friday that Vonage could continue doing business but no longer market its services to new customers, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit intervened and issued an emergency stay of that decision regarding a patent infringement suit involving Verizon. Thus, Vonage must still convince the appellate court that it should be granted a permanent stay. A hearing has been scheduled for April 24.

The case is an appeal of the recent decision by the U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Va., citing Vonage for infringing on three major Internet telephony patents owned by Verizon. The technology lays out protocols and methods for passing calls between the Web and conventional phone networks. At that time, the court also ruled that Vonage must pay Verizon $58 million, plus possible future royalties, and the court issued but stayed a permanent injunction (BloostonLaw Telecom Update, March 28). Separately, the District Court required Vonage to post a bond of $66 million to secure Verizon's damages judgment.

Rather than a permanent injunction, Verizon last week had proposed a compromise — i.e., that Vonage could continue serving its existing customers but no longer market its services to new customers until it stopped infringing on Verizon’s patents. The district court accepted that compromise. But Vonage did not, and filed its emergency appeal with the Federal Appeals Court. Vonage’s attorney said that the compromise was “the difference of cutting off oxygen as opposed to the bullet in the head." The appeals court is allowing Vonage to dodge the bullet and to continue breathing for the time being.

The appeals court could decide to revise its emergency stay and eventually impose a new one along the same lines ordered by U.S. District Judge Claude Hilton. Either way, existing customers do not face the prospect of an immediate shutdown. In the longer term, however, the company's troubled finances could eventually lead to greater defections among both subscribers and investors, analysts said. The company’s stock has declined 80% since its initial public offering (IPO), which was also considered disappointing. Citigroup, which helped take the company public, recently put out a “sell” recommendation; and analysts are predicting that Vonage does not have the resources to sustain a prolonged court fight. The company’s stock has been hovering around $3 per share this week.

Vonage has claimed that it has a “workaround” solution — i.e., an alternative technology to the patented Verizon technology it has allegedly infringed on. But Vonage has yet to implement this solution. Instead, it has chosen to stake its future on an appeal of a patent infringement suit. This leads some analysts to wonder whether such a workaround solution actually exists. And this does not bode well for other small, entrepreneurial VoIP companies that may be using the same technology that Vonage is using. Without writing Vonage off just yet, analysts are now predicting that the future of VoIP lies with large telephone and cable companies.

Source: Blooston, Mordkofsky, Dickens, Duffy and Prendergast, LLP

For additional information, contact Hal Mordkofsky at 202-828-5520 or


The European Mobile Messaging Association

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Zetron Simulcast System

High-speed simulcast Paging with protocols such as POCSAG and FLEX™ requires microsecond accuracy to synchronize the transmission of digital Paging signals.

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Zetron's Simulcast System uses GPS timing information to ensure that the broadcasted transmissions between the nodes of the Simulcast System and associated transmitters are synchronized to very tight tolerances.

This system is ideal for public or private Paging system operators that use multiple transmitters and wish to create new Paging systems or to build out existing systems into new regions. For more information about Zetron's High Speed Simulcast Paging System, the Model 600 and Model 620, go to: left arrow CLICK HERE

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Nighthawk Systems Announces Sale to Oregon Electric Cooperative

SAN ANTONIO, TX — 4/13/07 — Nighthawk Systems, Inc. (OTC BB: NIHK), a leading provider of intelligent wireless power management and emergency notification solutions, today announced that it has received an order for CEO700 whole house disconnect units from Salem Electric Cooperative of Salem, Oregon. This order was placed by Salem Electric after successfully testing a Nighthawk unit in 2006. Salem Electric serves members in western Salem and Keizer, Oregon. General Pacific, Inc., a distributor of electrical apparatus and supplies in the Northwest U.S., assisted with the sale.

The CEO700 gives electric utilities the ability to wirelessly disconnect and reconnect power to residential electric meters from a centralized location, saving them significant time and money over the traditional manual disconnect method requiring multiple truck rolls and field personnel.

H. Douglas Saathoff, Nighthawk’s CEO, stated, “I’m pleased that we continue to gain new customers in the electric utility market, and that the overall market for our products seems to be growing more rapidly. I’m also happy that we are making progress with distributors and resellers of our products, as they often have longstanding relationships with the customers that we are seeking.”

Individuals interested in Nighthawk Systems can sign up to receive e-mail alerts by visiting the Company’s website at

About Nighthawk Systems, Inc.
Nighthawk is a leading provider of intelligent wireless power control products that enable simultaneous activation or de-activation of multiple assets or systems on demand. Nighthawk's installed customer base includes major electric utilities, Internet service providers and fire departments in over 40 states. Nighthawk's products also enable custom message display, making them ideal for use in traffic control and emergency notification situations.

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Statements contained in this release, which are not historical facts, including statements about plans and expectations regarding business areas and opportunities, acceptance of new or existing businesses, capital resources and future business or financial results are "forward-looking" statements. You should not place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements. Such forward-looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties, including, but not limited to, customer acceptance of our products, our ability to raise capital to fund our operations, our ability to develop and protect proprietary technology, government regulation, competition in our industry, general economic conditions and other risk factors which could cause actual results to differ materially from those projected or implied in the forward-looking statements. Although we believe the expectations reflected in the forward-looking statements are reasonable, they relate only to events as of the date on which the statements are made, and our future results, levels of activity, performance or achievements may not meet these expectations. We do not intend to update any of the forward-looking statements after the date of this press release to conform these statements to actual results or to changes in our expectations, except as required by law.

Nighthawk Systems, Inc., San Antonio
Doug Saathoff, 877-7-NIGHTHAWK, ext. 701

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Nighthawk Systems Inc. manufactures low cost and reliable remote control products for fire house alerting, volunteer alerting, activation of warning signs and sirens, and a number of applications for public safety.  The Company manufactures the EA1 and the FAS-8 which have been designed specifically for these applications.  Both products are paging based and will work with any public or private paging network.  They are available in all VHF, UHF, and 900 MHz paging frequencies.  The products can serve as the primary notification system or an excellent, low-cost backup to existing systems.

Public Emergency Notification & Volunteer Alerting

The EA1 is the solution for remotely activating public warning signage.  Examples include tornado sirens, flash flood warnings, fire danger, Amber Alert, icy roads, etc.  The EA1 can also send text messages to scrolling signs.  This can occur in conjunction with the activation of audible alarms and visual strobes.  This is ideal for public notification in buildings, schools, hotels, factories, etc. The group call feature allows for any number of signs or flashing lights to be activated at the same time over a wide geographic area.  In addition, the EA1 Emergency Alert is the perfect solution for low cost yet highly effective alerting of volunteer fire fighters in their home.  When activated the EA1 will emit an audible alarm and activate the power outlet on the units faceplate.  A common setup is to simply place the EA1 on a table and plug a lamp into the faceplate.  When paged from dispatch or any touch tone phone the EA1 will awaken the fire fighter to a lit room.  As an option the EA1 can be ordered with a serial cable, allowing for attachment of a serial printer.  When paged the alphanumeric message will be printed out at the same time the alarm sounds and the outlet is activated.  The EA1 is an ideal complement to alphanumeric belt pagers common to volunteers.

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Firehouse Automation

The FAS-8 is designed for activating one or more relays in a firehouse and if desired, printing the alphanumeric message to a serial printer.  For this application the FAS-8 is set to activate upon receiving the proper paging cap code sent from 911 dispatch.  Up to eight different devices can be activated all with individual time functions.  The most common devices to turn on include the PA amplifier, audible wake up alarm, and house lights.  The most common device turned off is the stove.  The FAS-8 can accept up to 8 different cap codes and have separate relay and time functions per cap code.  This allows for different alerting to be accomplished at the same physical location depending upon which cap code is sent.  This can be very helpful when fire crews and medical crews are housed in the same building.



Put the innovative technology of Nighthawk to work for you. For more information on any of our products or services, please contact us.

Nighthawk Systems, Inc.
10715 Gulfdale, Suite 200
San Antonio, TX 78216

Phone: 877-764-4484
Fax: 210-341-2011

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The Glenayre GL3000 RXL is a fully redundant paging terminal with 1 million subscriber database, POCSAG and FLEX encoding, TNPP, and 10x2Mbit E1 input trunks.

The terminal supports most paging services including tone, voice (live agent), numeric DDI, and alphanumeric paging. It comes complete with integrated voice mailbox facilities, intelligent call queuing, and a self-contained 1 million mirrored subscriber database. The paging terminal is powered up and can be inspected and tested in a live paging environment.

The GL3000 has proven to be a supremely reliable and stable system.

The three Glenayre GL3900’s have been configured to provide data and voice services to live agents in a call centre environment. The GL3960 systems are integrated into GL3000 RXL to provide 2 fully functional 60 channels live agent systems, with the addition of a 30-channel system for agent training purposes. Voice calls and data pops to agents PC screens are processed by the GL3900 and then cross-connected to the customers inbound calls from the GL3000, creating a fully functioning call centre.

The Glenayre Paging System is complete and housed within 6 cabinets, still powered up and connected to its interfaces with a fully functional arbitrator console.

A large number of unused spares are also included.

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The Daniels training department has scheduled a 2-day technical training course at the Daniels Electronics factory in Victoria, British Columbia on May 16th and 17th, 2007. The courses will be held at:

Daniels Electronics Ltd.
43 Erie Street
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The course will run from 8:00 AM until 4:30 PM on each day.

MT-4E Analog and P25 Digital Radio Systems Course
Wednesday May 16th and Thursday May 17th

The course will consist of:

  • Introduction to P25 Radio System Technology.
  • Discussion of Interface Standards.
  • Practical uses of P25 and definitions of P25 terms.
  • Overview of the new P25 Conventional Fixed Station Interface Standard.
  • Introduction to the New MT-4E Product Line (analog and P25 digital versions).
  • Theory of Operation for all Daniels MT-4 radio systems.
  • Demonstrations and tuning using Daniels MT-4E digital radio product line.

Any and all students are welcome to attend (Federal, Provincial or Local government employees, Dealers, or any others interested in Daniels radio products).

Students can enroll in the class for $575.00 (per student).

Course Enrollment also includes a set of Daniels Instruction manuals, Training Guide, training tool kit and some other goodies. Feel free to bring your laptop computer to have the RSS software loaded into it.

Please contact Daniels Training Section at or 1-800-664-4066 for more information or to reserve your seat. If you know someone who might be interested in this course please pass this invitation on to them.

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