The first message sent by Morse code’s dots and dashes across a long distance traveled from Washington, D.C., to Baltimore on Friday, May 24, 1844 – 175 years ago.
The Australian Army’s 108 Signal Squadron (108 Sig Sqn) provides radio communications encompassing Very High Frequency (VHF) and High Frequency (HF) networks that allows for short-range and long-range voice and data communications to Australia’s soldiers. The 108 Sig Sqn taught Kinglake Ranges News communications in the 1990s.
“They [Telstra] don’t have a fucking clue these days mate,” …. a sub-contracted Telstra technician, John*, told Kinglake Ranges News.
Sub-contracted Telstra technicians are left to deal with customers’ anger at ‘the coal face’ whilst Telstra and NBN Co. blame the technicians or each other.
The Victorian Government this week announced funding for new mobile phone towers to increase coverage in Indi through Round 3 of the Victorian Mobile Black Spot Program.
Today we remember the 173 people who perished on Black Saturday, February 7, 2009 and over 400 people with serious injuries -some of whom will never recover- from Australia’s worst natural disaster.
Changes to Facebook’s news feed structure are unlikely to impact Murrindindi Shire’s social media communications with constituents as Councillors and shire staff will continue to inform Murrindindi residents on their own social media pages and others will then share the information.
Independent Federal member for Indi, Cathy McGowan, visits Flowerdale this Tuesday, December 19 to switch on a new mobile phone tower intended to fix a ‘black spot’ in Flowerdale’s mobile phone coverage. The tower is number 10 (of 35) Telstra mobile phone towers to be launched in the Indi federal electorate under the ‘Mobile Black
Following major criticism in the media and issuing an apology, NBN Co appears to have picked up its act announcing it will soon start work on installing the national broadband network (NBN) in Yea.
EXCLUSIVE. First for Communications News. When the copper telephone system is shut down across rural and regional Australia following the NBN roll-out the ability to make emergency ‘triple zero’ phone calls in an emergency such as Black Saturday will be lost. On Black Saturday the first utility lost was power. Followed in under two hours’