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Broadcast Australia (a BAI Communications Company) and Free TV in partnership with ABC, SBS, have given the broadcast industry a taste of the future, transmitting Ultra High Definition 4K content live over the terrestrial platform at an industry showcase event.
Broadcast Australia and Free TV bring the next generation of TV one step closer to Australians with successful completion of DVB-T2 laboratory trials
Free TV and Broadcast Australia (a BAI Communications Company) in partnership with ABC, SBS and TXA have successfully completed the first phase of next generation television laboratory trials. This trial is a world first for 7 Megahertz (MHz) very high frequency (VHF) transmissions with off-air fed ultra high frequency (UHF) repeater sites operating in a single frequency network (SFN) using multiple physical layer pipes.
On 6 and 7th June BAI Communications UK Director Malcolm Keys will attend BWCS’ annual Wi-Fi on Trains Conference, Train Communications Systems 2018, to speak about the future of Wi-Fi on trains. Register now to join Malcolm, TfL, Network Rail and train operators from around the globe to take part in the debate in London, UK.
BAI in Global Railway Review: A railway connectivity revolution could solve the UK’s productivity problem
In this article, Billy D’Arcy, UK CEO, BAI Communications discusses how the UK’s productivity growth needs drastic improvements, suggesting a better-connected network as the solution.
In this article by Maxwell Cooter of TechRadar PRO, BAI Communications UK Director of Engineering, Andrew Conway, explores the challenges of putting a world-class mobile network underground.
Broadcast Australia engineer Stephen Heazlewood’s antenna testing methodology has been recognised as best in class in the globally renowned National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Engineering Handbook.
The Transit Wireless Members Committee has announced the appointment of Melinda White as Chief Executive Officer of Transit Wireless, a BAI Communications majority-owned company, effective May 2018.
On 28th March 2018, Transit Wireless (a majority owned BAI Communications company) hosted a panel at Brooklyn Technical High School to discuss the prospect of STEM careers with local high school students; young women in particular.
Free TV and Broadcast Australia have announced their agreement to conduct trials of next generation broadcast technology in Sydney. Australia’s national public broadcasters, SBS and the ABC, will also be active participants in the trials.
Transit Wireless has been recognized as an Honorable Mention in the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Genius Transit Challenge for its proposed solution to implement high-speed Wi-Fi connectivity into the New York City Subway System’s train fleet.
New York City officially got wireless service in every underground subway station a little more than a year ago, and TechCrunch writer Danny Crichon was curious what work went into the buildout of this system as well as how it will expand in the future. Here he explores further.
One year after launch, Transit Wireless (a BAI Communications majority owned company) confirms underground wireless and cellular connectivity a smash hit with more than 140 million cellular calls and 120 million Wi-Fi logins in 2017.
Telecoms.com feature: Director of Engineering Andrew Conway speaks to telecoms.com about the engineering challenges of deploying mobile on the tube
BAI Communications UK’s Director of Engineering Andrew Conway recently spoke to Jamie Davies at telecoms.com about the engineering challenges of deploying mobile on the tube.
Broadcast Australia, a BAI Communications company, has extended coverage of DAB+ digital radio services in Darwin. Broadcast Australia commissioned DAB+ on behalf of the National Broadcasters – ABC and SBS and is excited to share these services to Darwin listeners.
BAI Canada & TTC deliver complete subway cellular connectivity: Freedom Mobile customers first to benefit
Freedom Mobile customers are first to use BAI Canada network to call, text and surf while in transit underground at all 75 subway stations and in nine kilometres of subway tunnel across the new Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension.
Billy D’Arcy, the newly appointed Chief Executive Officer of BAI Communications UK sits down with SmartRail World Editor Luke Upton to talk about BAI’s unique business model, current focus and thoughts on the sector’s developments.
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) has launched a bold campaign and mobile app as part of its commitment to combat harassment in all forms and enhance public safety while riding the TTC.
Lowland Rescue, the UK’s governing committee for Lowland Search & Rescue teams in the UK, represents 35 teams, covering UK’s non Mountainous areas, and all of Northern Ireland.
BAI Communications has welcomed the Mayor of London’s pledge to work with industry to address the city’s not-spots, and to bring connectivity to the London Underground.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Transit Wireless, the New York Public Library, the Brooklyn Public Library and the Queens Library Announce “Subway Library” Promotion that will Offer Free E-books in Underground Subway Stations.
As a MTR partner, Radio Frequency Engineering Limited, a BAI Communications company, is helping to provide cellular and free Wi-Fi communications across the Hong Kong underground and light rail systems.read more
Nathan Cornish recently returned to his Australian roots where he continues to be responsible for leading the strategic side of product development for BAI Communications’ global transit business. During our five minutes with Nathan, we covered everything from his career with BAI and advice for upcoming engineers to the importance of keeping people connected underground.read more
In a series of blog posts earlier this year, BAI Communications, looked at the roll-out of wireless communications in metro rail environments like New York, Toronto and Hong Kong. Here are the top five challenges BAI faced when deploying communications networks underground and the lessons learnt.read more
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