BARRETT NEWS

Barrett delivers first Made in the USA order

Perth, Western Australia – Monday 11th May 2020 – Barrett Communications USA Corp deliver their first order of US manufactured Barrett 4050 HF SDR transceivers.

Barrett announces new US partnership and US Government contract

Perth, Western Australia – Monday 23rd March 2020 – Barrett Communications is pleased to announce its partnership with US company Royal Communications International, Inc.

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)

RADIO COMMS ARTICLES

The Hollywood Origins of Frequency Hopping

Frequency hopping is a method by which radio signals “hop” around a frequency in a pattern creating transmissions that are impossible to decipher from the outside.

How is HF radio used in 2020?

Some people seem to be operating under the misguided impression that high-frequency (HF) radio is nearing obsolescence,

How is government communication – and communication technology – impacted during a pandemic?

The coronavirus pandemic has repeatedly illustrated the intimate interconnectedness of our global society.

HF radio top tips for emergency communication during a disaster

Disaster preparedness is something that Australians have generally partaken in, especially after 11 September 2001,

Global pandemic: First steps in crisis communication tech

The continuing progression of COVID-19 across the world underscores the need for robust and resilient communications technology.

What we learned from the bushfires and how humanitarian organisations can bolster their communication technology

The recent Australian bushfires made an unprecedented impact on the continent. According to the UN Environment Programme,