History

1984
1984

Comlab is incorporated

1984

AM/FM/SSB training system launched by Lab-Volt

1985
1985

Digital Communications training system launched by Lab-Volt

1989
1989

Microwave Training System launched by Lab-Volt

1990
1990

Comlab obtains patent for High Resolution Short Range Radar System

1990

Radar Training System launched by Lab-Volt

1992
1992

Antenna Training System launched by Lab-Volt

1993
1993

Launch of first generation Davicom units. First sale to Quebec Provincial Police

1995
1995

Comlab expands its R&D facilities and moves from 2120 Lavoisier to 2300 Leon-Harmel

1996
1996

Comlab sets up its own EMC lab with large-scale TEM cell

1998
1998

Development under contract with the Canadian Space Agency of a vehicle guidance radar for underground mines

2001
2001

Comlab acquires all rights to Davicom products

2001

Radar Cross-Section Training System launched by Lab-Volt

2002
2002

Phased Array Antenna Training System launched by Lab-Volt

2002

Development of a cross-polarized ice detection radar for the Canadian Coast Guard

2002

Comlab’s Davicom division participates in its first NAB show as an exhibitor

2007
2007

Launch of second generation Davicom units

2008
2008

Comlab participates in its first IWCE show as an exhibitor

2008

Synthetic Aperture Radar Training System launched by Lab-Volt

2009
2009

First generation Davicom units retired (after 16 years)

2011
2011

Development and launch of Davicom FM Broadcast Monitor (FMBM) Receiver

2012
2012

Development and launch of Davicom Expansion Module (MEXM)

2013
2013

Development and launch of Davicom Digital Audio Detector/Switcher (DADS)

2014
2014

Satellite Communications Training System launched by Lab-Volt

2015
2015

First DEX breakfast

2016
2016

Delivery of 3000th DV-Mini unit

2018
2018

Launch of 3rd generation Davicom units (Cortex 360)

2018

Comlab expands its production facility and moves from 2300 Leon-Harmel to 2272 Leon-Harmel

2019
2019

Launch of Cortex 320 units

2019

Fifth DEX breakfast