Nathan Cornish has been an engineer at BAI Communications since 2005. Seven years after starting as an intern with Broadcast Australia, Nathan was given the opportunity to join the team at Transit Wireless, a majority-owned BAI Communications company, where he worked to design, launch and operate the wireless network within the New York City subway. […]
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, 4th July 2018 – 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 on Friday afternoon. The demonstration took place at the Next Generation Television Industry Showcase event and marked the first […]
In today’s digital world, people expect high speed connectivity wherever they are. For transmission network providers this means there’s no room for non-essential shut downs for maintenance, repair or replacement of equipment. Seamless connectivity is especially important for people living in regional areas where they rely on transmission networks for access not only to radio […]
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.
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.
Broadcast Australia has signed with Australia’s first dedicated Internet of Things (IoT) network– provider, Thinxtra, who will utilise BA’s tower infrastructure to deploy part of the Sigfox IoT network in Australia.
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.
Broadcast Australia Senior Field Services Technician Ron Collison retires after an outstanding 55 years of service to Australian broadcasting.
Broadcast Australia successfully completed capacity enhancement field works for SBS’s terrestrially-delivered digital television network ahead of schedule and in support of its newly launched 24-hour dedicated food channel, Food Network.
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 […]