• Comms Connect 2013

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    Comms Connect 2013 saw the extensive introduction of training workshops looking at a broad range of topics and disciplines. Many of these sessions will be run in Sydney.

    Three hours in length, attendees will be exposed to greater detail from these classroom-style sessions. Topics covered will be selected from the following based on feedback from Comms Connect 2013: Infrastructure and towers Advanced radio over IP In-building distributed antenna systems (DAS) TETRA network and design Wireless broadband for critical communications Implementing a digital radio system

    A snapshot of Comms Connect 2013, Melbourne

    An exhibition: covering 3000 m2 with over 90 exhibitors hosting over 1200 attending delegates, speakers and exhibitors with representatives from 18 countries

    that helped shape the largest and most extensive conference and exhibition held to date.

    If you... are a first responder work in public safety, transport or utilities work in the mining, oil & gas or the wider resources sector work in security, defence, a commercial enterprise or government department work in any other sector that uses radio and unified communications

    then Comms Connect is for you.

    Visit the region's premier conference and exhibition that will deliver you the vital radio and combined communications information you need, along with an opportunity to meet and discuss your ideas with hundreds of like-minded professionals in a friendly and relaxed environment. Show less
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    We're very excited to announce that Australia's leading radio and combined communications conference and exhibition, RadioComms Connect, returns as Comms Connect this November at the MCEC.

    At the core of the conference and exhibition is still radio communications - its uses, applications and benefits. But with the convergence in communication technologies being seen - from IP to mobile broadband and more - the change reflects the fact that the event is not just about two-way radio and that many exhibitors offer attendees a wide range of technologies and solutions, both mission and business critical, in addition to the more traditional radio solutions on offer.

    The broad range of radio and combined communications topics discussed and the high-quality training workshops that run during the conference are not available at other shows in this focused and dedicated way. Because of this, Comms Connect is in the unique position to be able to deliver you, the delegates and visitors, the full range of solutions you need to access in order to make the informed decisions your colleagues and associates rely on you to make.
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