Royal Navy Referees using AXIWI communications
The AXIWI referee / umpire communication system is used by referees throughout the UK. The system is used and trusted by the RFU and affiliated referee associations as well as the RAF, Army and Welsh Rugby Union.
The AXIWI ref comms system can have up to six people talking handsfree at the same time. One radio needs to be set up as a master with all other radios being followers. There can be up to 250 radios on the system but only five can talk to each other and the master at the same time. Should another radio wish to speak, one of the first five would be muted.
The AWIXI comms system is very lightweight and can be clipped to clothing or carried using armbands or belt packs. AXIWI referee radios are very simple to setup, fit and use. The AXIWI communications system has excellent audio quality and minimal delay between radios. The system really does provide excellent value compared to other system which can be ten times the price.
We have a range of AXIWI headsets to suit all applications. Some referees or umpires prefer the sports headsets while others like the standard headset if sharing as it doesn't go into the ear. Some organisations have two radios, some four or five depending on how many officials need to talk or listen. Many referee organisations have different requirements and budgets, as a result we can put together kits to fit most budgets.
When considering purchasing a duplex system, it is important that the system meets UK regulations in terms of frequency and power output. A system should also be CE approved. There are some systems on the market that advertise up to 1km transmission and unfortunately some of these systems transmit at power too high for the UK free licence frequencies. The AXIWI system meet EU regulations and are CE approved.
For more information about the AXIWI range of products, feel free to get in touch.
Referee associations using the AXIWI AT-320M comms system include:
Rugby Football Union
Welsh Rugby Union
Buckinghamshire Referees Society
Berkshire Referee Society
Bristol Rugby Referees
Oxfordshire Society of Rugby Referees
London Society of Rugby Referees
Warwickshire Society of Rugby Referees
• Royal Navy Rugby Union
Somerset Referees Association
The Army Rugby Union
Sussex Society of RFU Referees
Royal Navy Rugby Union
Northumberland Rugby Referees Society
RAF Referee Association
AXIWI communication systems are used extensively by the Rugby Football Union and affiliated referee associations across the UK to allow referees to talk to assistant referees, linesmen and officials. The Welsh Rugby Union now has 96 radios which will be used in Principality Premier matches.
The AXWI system is very versatile. The system can be used open mic so that everyone can hear or we have a push to talk button which allows referees to talk instantaneously as required. There is an extensive range of headsets and accessories.
Feel free to give us a call for further information or to arrange a demonstration.
|Frequency rage||2403 MHz ~ 2480.5 MHz |
|Frequency response||70Hz ~ 7kHz|
|Signal to Noise||> 55 dB|
|T.H.D. ||< 1 %|
|Operating range||30 meter (line-of-sight)|
|Operating time||appr. 10 hours|
|Battery||one 1.2V Ni-MH rechargeable battery or 1.5V alkaline battery|
|Charging time||appr. 8 hours|
|Dimesion (D x W X H)||24 x 40 x 87 (mm), without antenna|
|Weight||70 g (with battery)|