Wireless Dynamics Inc. (WDI) is a global leader in ODM (Original Design and Manufacturing) services in the wireless device industry. We provide one stop ODM services from concept to market, including the development and manufacturing of private-label, semi-custom and custom designs. Customer training and support, in addition to technical support for Pre-FTA, FTA, Regulatory Approval and Carrier accreditation are standard services. Our dedicated, professional engineers work closely together to design, develop and manufacture wireless communications. Our staff includes alumni from Novatel Wireless, Novatel GPS, Nortel and Vtech. They excel in all areas of Wireless Design (WAN and LAN) including RF, hardware, software, architecture and system design, and in the development of wireless applications that are of superb quality and performance. Our specialty is in wide area and local area wireless communications, that utilize the current major communication standards such as GSM, GPRS, CDMA, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Wi-Max and more. Our team has extensive experience in designing all types of devices including mobile phones, Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs), Smartphones, wireless modules, Wi-Fi devices and Bluetooth devices. We use advanced development equipment including: R&S Communication Testers for GSM/GPRS and CDMA, Agilent Network Analyzers, Spectrum Analyzers up to 30GHz and Vector Signal Generators. We are continuing to grow our product expertise with emerging markets and technologies. Our most recent cutting edge solution provides NFC and RFID Reader/Write functionalities for PDA’s, Smartphones and mobility devices. In addition to NFC and RFID products, Wireless Dynamics provides leading edge ODM cellular phone designs for service providers, distributors and manufacturers in North America, China, Hong Kong and Europe. Our partnership with Wong’s Electronics allows us to provide superior quality, competitively priced products that are produced in high-volume manufacturing facilities in Shenzhen and Suzhou, China. Currently, we do not directly sell products to consumers. However, our products are available in Asia from our customers. Wireless Dynamics Inc. is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, in the heart of Calgary’s wireless technology sector. Calgary, Alberta is fast becoming recognized as Canada’s center for leading edge wireless technology. Ambrose Tam, also the cofounder and former President of Novatel Wireless Inc., founded Wireless Dynamics Inc. in 2003.
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) uses low-powered radio transmitters to read data stored in a transponder (tag) over distances of typically a few centimeters. RFID works using small pieces of hardware called RFID chips. These chips feature an antenna to transmit and receive radio signals. These chips may be attached or injected into objects. Whenever a reader within range sends appropriate signals to an object, the associated RFID chip responds with the requested information, such as an identification number or product date. The reader, in turn, displays the response data to an operator. Readers may also forward data to a networked central computer system. RFID systems generally support storing information on the chips as well as simply reading data. RFID is a system for tagging and identifying mobile objects such as store merchandise and postal packages. It allows objects to be labeled and tracked as they move from place to place. RFID systems were created as an alternative to barcodes. Relative to barcodes, RFID allows objects to be scanned from a greater distance and supports storing of data, allowing more information to be tracked per object.
Near Field Communication (NFC) is a combination of contactless identification and interconnection technologies that enables convenient short-range communication between personal electronic devices. It enables people to intuitively connect any two devices to each other to exchange information or access content and services, easily and securely. Combining the functions of a contactless reader, a contactless card and peer-to-peer functionality, NFC opens consumer lifestyles to a myriad of new opportunities. It is an open interface platform that allows fast and automatic set-up of wireless networks, and also works as a virtual connector for existing cellular, Bluetooth and wireless 802.11 devices.