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Our BCC-Tactical is certified IP67 and MIL-STD-810H!

Posted by Base Camp Connect on February 24, 2021

We have great news! After a lot of in-house tests, we were finally ready to have a governmental third party test our BCC-Tactical system to make sure it complies to the MIL-STD-810H high and low temperature and IP67 norm.

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Topics: bcc news

A Journal Entry from a Communications Specialist

Posted by John Wright on February 19, 2021

Communications for Unique Situations

I have worked with rescue and military units around the world, and I am always looking for simplified radio communications. Our company has several types of radio, from Motorola and EJ Johnson to BaoFeng’s, and more. But as of late, I have found a great 10-watt with an integrated GPS and a repeater radio: the Abbree AR-889g radio.

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Topics: radio communication, Communications equipment

Interoperability of communication systems must be tested proactively

Posted by Base Camp Connect on January 20, 2021

Lessons learned from NATO

 

In an increasingly complex and uncertain global security environment, interoperability of communication systems has a force-multiplying effect in terms of operational effectiveness and cost-efficiency.

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Topics: interoperability, NATO

Base Camp Connect in the Canadian Defence Review

Posted by Base Camp Connect on January 12, 2021

Base Camp Connect was interviewed by the Canadian Defence Review

“Communication is an underappreciated variable in combat,” says Raveneau. 

“Once you add the complexity of coalition operations, communication becomes

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Topics: Tactical Communications, secured communications, mobile teams

Natural Disasters and Communication Challenges

Posted by David Daly on November 17, 2020

Every year, people around the world are affected by natural disasters. It seems like when we least expect it, fires, floods, storms, earthquakes, tornados, avalanches, and more strike our communities causing incalculable harm. In the wake of the earth's destructive forces, people are left to help those in disaster areas heal and rebuild. Recent estimates calculate the average number of people killed globally from natural disasters to be around 60,000 every year.

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Topics: natural disaster, communication challenges

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