In expansive mining environments, where critical communications are essential both above and below ground, VHF TETRA offers the ideal solution to consolidate multiple networks into one mission critical solution.
Opening the TETRA market to VHF makes TETRA a viable alternative to DMR and P25 in a variety of challenging operational outdoor environments.
The SCG22 mobile and the hand-portable SC20 operate within 136–174 MHz.
Latest comms included with a new boat and headquarters fit-out.
The bridging solution is temporary as the company will be replacing the site with a further DAMM solution.
Barrett Communications has been awarded a multiyear contract to supply the Canadian National Defence Department with VHF radiocommunications equipment.
DAMM's VHF FT5 TETRA radio has 3 W output power, allowing it to provide wider coverage and help users save on infrastructure costs by reducing the number of base stations needed.
Park Air Systems will supply VoIP VHF ground-to-air equipment to Airservices Australia for its OneSKY air traffic modernisation program.
The Icom IC-F52D/F62D handheld is a compact UHF/VHF transceiver that offers both analog and digital capabilities.
Under an AU$7 million contract, Barrett Communications will provide VHF equipment for an unnamed Middle Eastern military force.
A two-channel handheld radio that improves army battlefield communications has been introduced by Harris Corporation.
The TPL Systèmes mobile terminal DM3G Analogue/Digital radio uses spectrum-efficient TDMA technology designed by TPL Systèmes.
The Motorola Solutions APX 8500HP mobile radio is a high-power version of its interoperable all-band Project 25 mobile radio.
In an effort to improve aviation efficiency and safety, Inmarsat and Airservices Australia have partnered up on satellite voice (SatVoice) communications.
Australia and the US have just celebrated the 50-year anniversary of the official commissioning of Naval Communication Station Harold E Holt in Exmouth, Western Australia.