A VHF band BDA is a communication device that receives signals in the VHF frequency range and retransmits them at a higher power or to a different location. These BDAs play a crucial role in extending the communication range of VHF radios, especially in areas with obstacles or terrain that may otherwise hinder direct communication. The VHF band typically ranges from 136 MHz to 174 MHz

  • Incorporates features to reject or minimize interference from other signals operating on similar frequencies.
  • Provides options for privacy and encryption to secure user communications against unauthorized access.
  • Supports emergency signaling features, to quickly alert the system in urgent situations.
  • Operates in duplex mode, allowing simultaneous transmission and reception, facilitating two-way communication
  • Monitors the quality of the signal to ensure reliable communication with user devices.
  • Allows administrators to remotely monitor and control the repeater, facilitating efficient management.