BAE Upgrades Australian Parliament House Broadcast System

Bae-systems-logo_ExecutiveBiz1BAE Systems has developed and installed a digital broadcasting system in Australia’s Parliament House building, Australian Defense Magazine reported Thursday.

The article notes BAE’s media platform works to deliver high-definition television and radio coverage and distribute free-to-air content to multiple users simultaneously.

Australia Defense Magazine reports BAE also deployed antennas and optical fiber technology that is built to transmit broadcast signals throughout the legislative meeting facility.

The company designed the monitoring system to support future audio and video channel expansion, the magazine states.

BAE will also provide system support services to the parliament over five years under a contract with an undisclosed value.

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