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In October 2012, Broadcast Australia was engaged by the Department of Communications as the Program Implementation Manager (PIM) for the Federal Government’s Spectrum Restack Program.
Broadcast Australia stands at the forefront of broadcast transmission in this country, responsible for delivering television and radio services for Australia’s national broadcasters since 1928.
BAI Communications and Photon Energy have trialed a renewable energy based solution to powering one of BAI’s television and radio broadcast antennas.
BAI Communications designs, builds and operates highly available communications networks – broadcast, radio, cellular, Wi-Fi, digital.
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The project management skills of Broadcast Australia are well illustrated by the major antenna replacement project at Mount Wellington in Hobart, Tasmania. Completed at the end of February 2018, the project ran for about two years, replacing the FM antenna, removing the analogue TV antenna, replacing the digital TV antenna and installing a new DAB (digital radio) antenna.
Over the past six months Broadcast Australia with FreeTV, ABC & SBS have been trialing next generation television. The trials were undertaken to assess the performance and potential of DVB-T2 technology as a possible replacement for the DVB-T standard for digital terrestrial television delivery.
In 2013, BAI Communications took over the operations and maintenance of the NSW Government Radio Network (NSWGRN). The NSWGRN provides a common platform for 43 NSW government agencies and authorities who use mobile radio communications. It is one of the larger trunked radio networks in the world, covering approximately 266,000 square kilometres, or about a third of NSW.
Graham Tait ASFM is the Systems Officer, Operational Communications at Fire & Rescue NSW (one of the main agencies on the NSWGRN) and is also the Chairman of the NSWGRN User Group. In this video Graham shares his positive testament to the work of BAI’s Critical Comms team, and readily states that the network has never run as well as it does today thanks to hard work of the team at BAI.
Broadcast Australia Undertakes Industry First with the Installation of a Tesla Powerwall as a Backup Power Solution for ABC Radio Services
Broadcast Australia has completed the installation of a Tesla Powerwall in Corryong, Victoria which will provide critical backup power to support the ABC Local Radio Service. The installation of the Tesla Powerwall provides a more reliable solution for local radio services in the region.read more
By Elyssa Rollinson. Evolving digital technologies are propelling transformational changes across the broadcast industry. This ecosystem continues to develop, and consumers are increasingly expecting to watch content of the highest quality, whenever and wherever...read more
Broadcast Australia, TX Australia and Free TV are pleased to announce that a further trial of a next generation broadcast technology, DVB-T2, commenced this week on the Gold Coast.read more
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