BARRETT NEWS

Emergency Communications for Chinese Fire and Rescue teams

Perth, Western Australia, 13 January 2020 – Barrett Communications have recently supplied HF radio communications equipment to the Chinese Ministry of Emergency Management

Barrett 4050 receives NTIA certification

Perth, Western Australia, 25th November 2019 – Barrett Communications is pleased to announce the recent certification and approval from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA).

Barrett awarded contract for a US funded communication project in Egypt

Barrett Communications have recently delivered equipment as part of a United States funded program into Egypt.

Barrett secures Canadian DND contract

Perth, Western Australia, 6 November 2019 – Barrett Communications have recently been awarded a multiyear contract to supply the Canadian National Defence Department (DND)

Communications upgrade to First Responders in Chile

Barrett Communications have recently supplied a contract to the Urgent Medical Attention Service in Chile, to strengthen and secure communications

Barrett 4075 upgrades Jorge Chavez International Airport

Perth, Western Australia, 17 September 2019 – Barrett’s High Power High Frequency (HF) systems are upgrading communications at Peru’s Jorge Chavez International Airport.

RADIO COMMS ARTICLES

How does a Barrett 4050 support remote disaster response missions?

Whether it’s disaster response or providing medical relief, humanitarian missions take response groups into remote areas.

Has software-defined radio transformed critical response?

Software-defined radio, or SDR, technology holds the promise of significant benefits for critical response operations and public safety.

How to effectively use HF radio communications in disaster relief

High Frequency (HF) radio can be crucial for disaster relief. It can allow for both a centralised hub of communications as well as dependable,

4 Ways in Which Software-Defined HF Radio has Changed the Market

For years, HF radio has been the go-to for NGOs, security organisations, peacekeeping and humanitarian efforts, commercial businesses and government institutions.

How does the Royal Flying Doctor Service manage critical communications?

The Royal Flying Doctor Service has always been ahead of the game when it comes to critical communications.

Why humanitarian services need to use SSB transmissions

Humanitarian and peacekeeping organisations are working constantly all over the world to provide aid and relief services