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Av-Comm | Satellite Broadcast Infrastructure

 

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Av-Comm is a second generation, family operated business that was established in 1981. Our team has over 60 years experience in the satellite and terrestrial communication installation industry making us one of the most experienced teams in the Pacific Region.


Av-Comm is committed to excellence and industry best practice regularly participates in industry organised events and training programs. This allows us to leverage our vast experience and cutting-edge technology to provide innovative, value driven solutions for our clients.

Capabilities 

  • Large size antennas for TVRO (Television Receive Only) systems 2.4m to 13m.
  • Larger size antennas for VSAT (Very Small Aperture Terminal) systems 3.8m to 11m.
  • C & Ku Band antenna systems.
  • SMATV (Satellite Master Antenna Television) systems.
  • MATV (Master Antenna Television) systems.
  • RF (Radio Frequency) Tx/Rx communication systems.

Recent Projects

The Team

Garry Cratt has over 40 years of senior management experience, including executive leadership positions with several industry leading companies and was an influential member of the Dick Smith Electronics management team.

Michael Cratt  holds a Masters of Commerce with Honours from the University of Sydney, with specialist knowledge in Project Management. Michael is a member of the Project Management Institute and follows the highly standardised PMBOK methodology to provide clients with a low-risk approach to project implementation, and is a Cisco Certified Network Associate.

Continually drawing on this wealth of experience and rich knowledge base, the Av-Comm team has successfully delivered high-value, high-profile infrastructure projects for many Australian Government agencies, multinational corporations and a portfolio of distinguished international clients.

Av-Comm’s experience working with a broad variety of stakeholders allows our team to draw upon knowledge previously gained through our past project exposure.