Voxson is an Australian technology company with a long history (over 50 years) of investment and innovation in consumer electronics (audio-visual). Throughout that time, Voxson’s business has evolved to stay at the leading edge of technology and consumer trends.
Founded in 1969
Voxson was founded by Lucas Longginou in Melbourne in 1969 as a designer and distributor of hi-fi and audio-visual equipment. In 1980 it moved operations to Brisbane and continued marketing electronic products to major retailers such as Harvey Norman, Kmart, Myer and others.
Mobile Phones & Trunking Radio Systems
In the late 1980’s Voxson concentrated its efforts on the design and marketing of analogue mobile phones and trunking radio systems, drawing on its existing experience working with radio and television technologies.
In the early 1990’s Voxson recognised the potential of emerging digital technologies and shifted its focus from 1G analogue technology to 2G digital technology (eg. GSM and CDMA). Similarly, the Australian Government commenced the changeover from analogue to digital cellular networks.