Integral antenna gets nod from New York Police

The Emergent Technologies Corp. subsidiary of Integral Technologies Inc. of Morgantown, W.Va., is receiving approval from the New York Police Department for the company`s contrawound toroidal helical antenna, which police find is able to send and receive radio signals in conditions that often make even police radio transmissions impossible. This antenna is part of the Tactical Video Communications System from Geisas Technology Inc. of Mill Valley, Calif. New York police are deploying the video s

The Emergent Technologies Corp. subsidiary of Integral Technologies Inc. of Morgantown, W.Va., is receiving approval from the New York Police Department for the company`s contrawound toroidal helical antenna, which police find is able to send and receive radio signals in conditions that often make even police radio transmissions impossible. This antenna is part of the Tactical Video Communications System from Geisas Technology Inc. of Mill Valley, Calif. New York police are deploying the video system to transmit wireless pictures and sound for anti-drug operations. Likewise, members of the U.S. Coast Guard are using the video system for drug enforcement. For more information on the antenna, contact Integral Technologies by phone at 888-666-8833, or on the World Wide Web at http://www. itechfin.com/. - J.K.

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