Gearing & Watson Electronics Limited has been established since 1973 as designers and manufacturers of:
Vibration test equipment
Underwater acoustic systems
Our vibration test equipment can be found operating in more than 30 countries around the world, in industries as diverse as:
Medical electronics and surgical
Vibration testing systems include shakers with force outputs from 9N to 53kN with the following features:
Permanent magnet shakers
Shakers with 50mm and 63mm displacement
Low noise shakers for squeak and rattle testing
Load bearing platforms and head expanders
Specialist fixture design capability
Slip plates with high performance guidance bearings
PC based multi-channel control systems
Automatic load support
Our biggest feature is RELIABILITY, if you want low maintenance, low through-life cost and a high level of availability then GW’s product range will meet your needs:
Underwater Acoustic Systems
Sonar training for active and passive sonar operators
Sonar performance proving
Oceanographic and propagation research
Transducers operating from 4Hz to 1MHz
Since 1973 Gearing & Watson has built an impressive range of underwater products. GW now offers complete turnkey solutions including transducers, drive electronics, towfish, tow cables, full handling systems, trials support and through life service
The product range is led by Subtrack - a sonar target system which may be towed from a craft of opportunity, hull mounted on a submarine, deployed statically or mounted on the seabed.
Subtrack is a sound source which generates the acoustic signature normally associated with a submarine or surface target. The system may also include an echo repeat capability to provide a realistic target for active sonars.
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Kingdom | Dynamic Signal Processing
Kingdom Pty Ltd was incorporated in 1972 and arose out of an engineering and surveying consultantcy in Sydney which is still practising.
Under the guidance of Richard Lovegrove (Dick) as Managing Director, Kingdom entered into engineering software development using Hewlett-Packard's Enhanced Basic and Pascal to produce programs in civil engineering and surveying.
In 1982 a move was made to the emerging programming environment of UNIX and C. A spatial database, mapping and GIS product was produced. This led to contact with Data Physics in California 1984 and an association was established.
The first joint project in 1986 - 87 was Satellite Dish Calibration software based on Data Physics software, H-P Unix platform and Kingdom's mapping software for OTC which was then mounting Australia's first satellite communication system.
After supplying "Telecom" and the Army with Phase Noise and Jitter analysis software in 1991, Kingdom moved seriously into DSP products for FFT analysis and in 1992 upon the release by Data Physics of the first Intel PC based Vibration Controller; to Closed Loop Vibration Control products.
In 1993 Kingdom invited Data Physics to conduct a seminar series on the new PC based DSP products in Australia and New Zealand. The seminar series was very successful and orders from the Army, the automotive industry and manufacturing industry followed.
Kingdom has always based its offering on scientific and technological products which are chosen for the highest quality, exclusive selection and superior reliability and then folded in with exceptional support.
All those manufacturers provide the best known and highest quality product in their respective areas.