The state market regulator of the post and electronic communications in the Republic of the Congo (Arpce) heard about DZH300 from CDDZ overseas staff in an exhibition, attracted by its functionality, they showed great interest to see the product and its real performance.
The Covid-19 regrettably made their visit to China difficult. Considering there were no travel restrictions between Africa and Europe, we turned to our old customer EETT (Hellenic Telecommunications and Post Commission) and they kindly agreed that CDDZ would take Arpce on an onsite visit and demonstrate the radio monitoring & direction finding system DZH 300.
At EETT’s office, our Greek friends demonstrated various functions of DZH 300 to Arpce, highly praised the portability of our equipment in terms of its size and weight, as well as the accuracy of signal analysis and locating. To better display the DZH 300, EETT connected the handheld device to their TV screens, explaining each function in greater detail.
There are two major cities in the Republic of Congo, the political center Brazzaville and the economic center Pointe-Noire. The cities are not large but signal locating and analysis are usually required in many different districts. The fixed spectrum monitoring stations cost too much but work in low satisfaction. After the session, Arpce immediately ordered our latest product DZW300, separately for Brazzaville and Pointe-Noire.