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WHO ARE WE?RACOM is one of the leading global players in SCADA & Telemetry data transfer.
RACOM is a significant development trend-setter in this field.
RACOM is a private company still owned by its Czech founders.
RACOM has enjoyed steady growth and profitability throughout its entire existence.
Every year, for a quarter of a century.
WHAT DO WE DO?RACOM is involved in the development and production of equipment for wireless data transfer. Our three main product lines are Radio modems, GPRS/EDGE/UMTS routers and Microwave links. RACOM is a modern company with its own technological centre for SMT and hybrid assembly, a subsidiary company, RACOM SLOVAKIA, and an extensive network of international partners, who ensure that we continue to export the majority of our products.
HOW DID WE GET HERE?RACOM’s foundations were laid in 1989, shortly before the fall of Communism in the former Czechoslovakia. Initially, we were making equipment for radio amateurs in a small workshop. It wasn’t long before we were successfully exporting our products.
The local radio amateur market soon became too small for us.
We made a conscious decision to enter the wireless data transmission market.
In 1990 we began by manufacturing radio modems.
In 2005 we entered the GSM data transfer market.
In 2009 we entered the microwave links market.
But we know we have our many customers to thank for our success.
HOW ARE WE DOING?RACOM has no debts of any kind and maintains a seven-digit USD reserve fund. This excellent record not only proves the merits of RACOM ‘s technology and continued market success, but lasting customer satisfaction; and the right level of management skill to take RACOM forward in this progressive technology market.
SO WHAT?RACOM products clearly do work.
The supplier has to be as reliable as the products.
The acid test is your supplier’s success record.
RACOM facts speak for themselves.
Let’s build success, together.
|1989||R2CW – CW/SSB transceiver for the 145 MHz band|
|1991||RD160, first radio modem – 1.2 kbps, 160 MHz|
|1994||RD300FS – 9.6 kbps, 300 MHz|
|more than 1000 modems manufactured and installed|
|MR25 – 21.68 kbps|
|entry to foreign markets, establishment of RACOM SLOVAKIA|
|1997||first mobile MORSE network|
|1999||MODANET – public nationwide packet data network|
|2000||MR25ET, version of MR25 with Ethernet interface for IP environment|
|2001||RANEC – software for management of MORSE system network|
|2005||MR400 – new generation of narrowband radio modems|
|MG100 – GPRS modem|
|2006||MX160 – 132 kbps / 200 kHz|
|2007||RE400 – new transparent ECONOMY modem|
|2009||MG102 – GPRS/EDGE/UMTS modem|
|RAy – microwave point-to-point bridge|
|2011||RipEX – Radio modem & Router|
|2012||M!DGE – GPRS/EDGE/UMTS router|
|RAy – 11 GHz|
|2013||RAy – 17, 24 GHz|