Most coastlines around the world require a network of conventional VHF repeaters that are monitored by local coast guard stations. There are thousands of boats out at sea, mostly equipped with basic Analog VHF radios, that need to talk to somebody when in distress. These boats need a reliable network that is built on open standards, so that they can call for help when they need it most.
Tait has a long history of working with both coast guard and maritime services. Thanks to superior sensitivity and selectivity, Tait base stations offer superior coverage in coastal environments. In fact, the Tait TB8100 is one of only a few base stations in the world that is capable of delivering the kind of results the coast guard requires.
Tait coverage can extend over 80km from the coast, enabling ship-to-land and land-to-land communication. As an organization, we work hard to ensure your unique needs are met and you receive excellent value from your Tait network.
- Barbados Coast Guard
- UK Coast Guard
- Irish Coast Guard