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wiTimer showing mesh-connectivity.

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For equestrian sports: An interface for Equipe is under development and will be available soon.

HC Timing is located in Oslo, Norway. The founder of the company has been an active alpinist during his younger years. Together with his skiing and keen interest in electronics he soon, at the age of 12, discovered the gap between existing timing solutions and the more sophisticated technology available at that time. At the age of 15, he developed a wireless timing system which utilized state of the art technology. Some years later the Norwegian Ski Federation bought the system.

During his university studies he designed another system for equestrian show jumping which has become the dominant system in use in Norway. After earning his Master's degree in electronics from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology he started working as a design engineer at one of the largest semiconductor companies in the world in the Low Power Wireless division. After about 2 years he decided that it was time to design a new alpine timing system utilizing his new knowledge in wireless solutions. Together with some of his highly competent colleagues they defined the specifications for an alpine timing system.

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HC Timing is a supplier to the Norwegian Ski Federation and other national ski teams.
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Did you know that all the wireless nodes (intermediates, start and finish), also act as wireless repeaters?

Did you know that you can place all your intermediate nodes in the slalom course in order to benefit from the wireless repeater feature (mesh technology), even though you only plan to solely use start and finish?

Did you know that you don't define a common radio frequency channel for the timer and the nodes? The system uses frequency hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) which means that the timer and the nodes are changing radio channels many times every second. This is very beneficial when channels are bussy or experience interference!