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CASE STUDY Radio Modules selected for Laser Combat & Gaming

Postby radiomadeeasy » Fri Nov 16, 2012 3:54 pm

LPRS Radio Modules selected for Laser Combat and Gaming Systems

LPRS, Europe’s leading supplier of short-range radio devices, has been selected by a leading UK manufacturer of high-quality, professional Laser Combat and Gaming Systems, to supply easyRadio low power wireless modules for its latest range of gaming products.

“easyRadio modules were selected by us to provide low power radio communication between the gaming units as they offered the best mix of price and performance for our needs” comments Dave Morris. He continues, “They are simple to configure, reliable and available off the shelf, ready to go, from LPRS.”

The original Hangar 51 Laser Tag System may be purchased for permanent installations or hired for individual events. Laser Bug has been developed for use in domestic gardens for children aged 6 and up and Laser Storm is intended for adventure play for all ages. The latest product from Hangar 51 to use LPRS easy-Radio modules is Battle Storm CQB, which offers the ultimate in realistic laser combat games and is designed especially for paintball sites. Battle Storm CQB uses real replica weapons, giving users high quality game play and the ultimate experience in Laser Combat.

Peter Cubbage, (previous Sales Director of LPRS) comments, "This is a good example of an easyRadio solution to a unique wireless communication requirement. easyRadio provides an out-of-the-box and stress-free solution ensuring a reliable gaming system. Our software is simple and easy to use and ensures reliable, error free wireless communication, even in this difficult and unpredictable environment."
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