Radio Enhancements, Expansions Begin Across Australia’s NSW
Friday, November 30, 2018 | Comments

Australia’s New South Wales (NSW) Telco Authority began enhancements to existing radio infrastructure and expansions to its government radio network in numerous areas.

Critical communications for emergency services in the Upper Hunter region will be boosted with the expansion of the government radio network. The NSW Telco Authority has commenced enhancements to existing radio infrastructure at Rossgole and Quirindi, resulting in new network coverage across the region.

Critical communications for emergency services at Mount Darling, south of Wyangala Waters State Park and in Eugowra, will also be boosted with the expansion of the government radio network.

The authority also began enhancements in the Northern Tablelands to existing radio infrastructure at Mungindi and Martins Lookout at Glen Innes, which will result in new network coverage across the region. Critical communications for emergency services in Castle Hill and in Griffith also will be boosted with the rollout of the government radio network in the area.

The infrastructure improvements are part of the authority’s Critical Communications Enhancement Program, which is increasing government radio coverage from less than 35 percent to more than 80 percent of NSW through construction, upgrade and integration of sites.

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