Coaches at Bath Rugby require robust, reliable radios providing excellent voice clarity to co-ordinate training sessions and communicate at matches. Tait radios supplied by Chatterbox provide the solution.
Delivering Business Critical Communications in Remote Locations
Gippsland Water's catchment covers an area of over 5000 sq km. A Tait Tier 3 trunking system has provided a robust communication system for workers and improved health and safety.
Providing Communications for a Multi-Sport Challenge
A seven site IP linked simulcast VHF DMR network using Radio Activity Karios base stations operating DMR voice communications provided critical communications for a world class multi sport challenge that traverses New Zealand, covering extremely remote and mountainous terrain.
Communications For A Challenging Construction Environment
One of New Zealand’s largest infrastructure projects including two tunnels, a service tunnel and above ground construction area beyond the immediate portal zone required a leaky feeder radio system with multiple mobile and portable units, seven Tait TB7100 Repeaters and twenty-five PBE Bi-directional amplifiers.
24 Challenging Kilometres of Communications
ESS Safeforce rose to the challenge of providing seamless communication on a site covering more than 24 km in length. Radio Activity Kairos repeaters, one acting as a voice repeater and the other as an RF link repeater, were key to the system.
Pseudo Trunking at Waste Management Facility
Two-ways radios play a key role in driving the efficiency of day-to-day operations at MDJ Light Bros specialist waste management and processing facility. All vehicles in the yard have radio fitted and the system, which covers the whole of the quarry site, also uses portable radios.