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Held in September every year since 2012, The Distinguished Gentlemen’s Ride is a charity motorcycle ride held in over 500x cities across the world.

Participants must ride classic or vintage styled bikes and are encouraged to dress ‘dapper’ in this event to raise funds for men’s health, specifically prostrate cancer. This year, over US$4.5m was raised and Logic Wireless was delighted to play a small part, sponsoring one of our key WA based dealers, Chris Dickie from Earth 2 Ocean in Bunbury on his vintage 1951 Triumph Thunderbird. Looked like an incredible day.
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Logic Wireless director Paul Brooks visits Highlands Motorsport Park in Cromwell New Zealand today. The control room team were very happy with their new Hytera DMR portables, but Paul was less than happy after a fast lap in the Highlands Porsche Taxis!

Visit buff.ly/2w2B0R6 #highlands #hytera
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Further to our successful partnerships in NZ and the UK, we are really pleased to announce we are partnering with Hytera for distribution in Australia. With significant stock held in our Brisbane office, we can offer the full Hytera DMR & Analogue range to Australian resellers, complemented by our broad technical and solution capabilities.
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Wireless Innovation, a system integrator and development company specialising in Satellite PTT solutions, have integrated the Radio Activity Kairos repeater into their deployable SatPTT system. Wireless Innovation recently showcased this solution with the Kairos running in P25 mode at the Sydney Comms Connect exhibition, proving how small and powerful the Kairos repeater truly is.
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New Zealand dealer Adamson & Holland taking advantage of new safety barrier equipment supplied by a recent health and safety promotion run by Tait and Logic Wireless. Well done guys, keep the team safe. Overall, Tait and Logic Wireless gave out over x200 safety cones and barrier arms.
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Logic Wireless dealer Ashley Electronics have supplied a photo from a recent high site visit in the South Island of New Zealand.
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Logic Wireless dealer Skycom find one of their Tait tough hire portables after being lost for 18 months in New Zealand high country bush. Battery replaced, plus a general clean and its back up and running - now that's Tait tough.
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Logic Wireless NZ dealer Skycom Ltd at the America’s Cup, Bermuda as the event's radio communications provider. Tough job but someone has to do it. Kit includes x320 Hytera PD782 DMR T2 Portables, plus associated Hytera DMR mobiles and repeaters.
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Logic Wireless director Paul Brooks collecting his innovation in the industry award (sponsored by Motorola Solutions) at the RFUANZ Awards 2017. The award was given in recognition of his dedication to continually introducing innovative solutions and devices to the LMR industry. Paul has designed, developed, built, sold and supported a range of rugged vehicle mount portable charging cradles which now sell in NZ, Australia, UK and the USA. The award was presented at the RFUANZ Gala Dinner, Wellington New Zealand. We are very proud of him! http://buff.ly/2rdrKmp
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We have lift off! Logic Wireless NZ dealer Colvins recently installed a system to assist with operations for the launch of the first orbital-class rocket launched from from a private launch site. The system supplied to Rocket Lab includes a marine repeater, a second repeater in the hills and over 20 Tait radios. The first rocket successfully lifted-off at 16:20pm on Thursday 25 May (NZST).

Image (supplied by Laurie Colvin): Marine repeater installed by Colvin, looking towards the launch site.
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