Life & Technology – 2GB 23rd July, 2022

Kurt Bonnicci, Head of Motorola for Australia and New Zealand, joined us this week. 

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Also on the show this week, Dr. Lee Spitler Principal Investigator of the Huntsman Telescope from Macquarie University.

Located at the Siding Spring Observatory near Coonabarabran, NSW, the Huntsman Telescope will perform deep southern sky surveys to provide researchers with a unique understanding about galaxy formation and evolution; how galaxies form, how they grow, how they engage with structures that surround them, and what happens when galaxies collide. This information could help determine the fate of the Milky Way with Scientists theorising that our Galaxy is on course for a head-on collision with the Andromeda Galaxy in around 4.5 billion years.

Front of Huntsman Telescope, showing 10 lenses

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Life & Technology – 2GB 16th July, 2022

Mike Boyd CEO, Founder from Contact Light, joined us this week to talk about IOS Beta. 

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Also on the show was Matt Farmer Retail Sales Director from TP-Link who shed some light about what WiFi 7 is. Matt also discussed WiFi 6E products from TP-Link.  We did a review on one of them which is the TP-Link Deco X73 DSL AX5400. 

The TP-Link Deco X73 DSL AX5400 router is what every NBN FTTN (Fibre-to-the-node) customer needs. It is the fastest NBN VDSL2/VOIP-enabled modem you can get. What’s more, it works flawlessly with any TP-Link Deco mesh router/satellite – highly and easily expandable.

To position this, it costs $399; it is Wi-Fi 6 AX5400; it has two VOIP FXS RJ-11 ports (for the phone over NBN); four WAN/LAN Gigabit Ethernet ports; USB 3.0; and the standard telephone socket for NBN VDSL2. You can also use this as a gateway for NBN FTTP, FTTC, FTTB and HFC.

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Life & Technology – 2GB 9th July, 2022

Alex Choros Managing Editor from Whistleout joins us this week to discuss about the price increases on phone plans. 

Also on the show this week, we had Phil Simmons International Sales Director from Universal Electronics about One for All app to simplify antenna placement and keep audiences connected in all seasons. 

One for All has launched an innovative augmented reality (AR) app to help audiences simplify the placement of antennas within their homes for better broadcast connections.  
Investing in an indoor television antenna can provide a useful back-up if the main outdoor television antenna is impacted by weather events or external factors, such as powerlines or streetlights or to support additional TV’s without a main aerial connection.
With the One for All Assistant available on the Apple store and Google Play, users can now simplify the placement of their One for All indoor antenna to achieve the best possible connection for television broadcasts. The innovative AR app guides users through every relevant step to install their One for All indoor antenna with features including:

– smart location: lets viewers identify their location to confirm available channels and select channels most important to them
– augmented reality: used to find the best transmitter and reposition the antenna to face it


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