Hong Kong consumers expect constant access to high-speed wireless data on demand, including when they ride underground public transport. Yet providing broadband confined coverage networks in one of the world’s busiest rapid transit railways in the world involves highly sophisticated precision-engineered systems – and that’s where RFE comes in.
In 2012, BAI Canada, a BAI Communications company, was tasked to design, build and operate the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)’s cellular and Wi-Fi network across Toronto’s network of subway stations.
Keeping the Government Radio Network (GRN) accessible at all times is a big task, one that the NSW Telco Authority (responsible for the overall coordination of radio telecommunication services for the NSW Government) has entrusted to BAI. In August 2013, BAI took over the operations and maintenance of the GRN, which is based on the […]
In October 2012, the Department of Communications engaged Broadcast Australia, a BAI Communications company, to manage a project to clear UHF television services from the digital dividend band (694-820 MHz) across Australia. As the industry leader, Broadcast Australia was the best choice to lead the project, which required the cooperation of the whole industry including […]
Transit Wireless invested over US$300 million and partnered with industry vendors to design, build and operate a cellular and Wi-Fi network within the New York City subway and a fibre network throughout the city.
Broadcast Australia faced its biggest challenge to date after a 1000 kilometre storm front hit South Australia on 28 September 2016, resulting in a state-wide power outage.
BAI Communications and Photon Energy have trialed a renewable energy based solution to powering one of BAI’s television and radio broadcast antennas.