Australia's miners, gas operators drive towards digital radio

 
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Australia's mining and gas firms are ramping up their move from analogue to digital radio systems as the resources sector continues its push to digitise more aspects of operations. Major mining and energy companies, including Rio Tinto, Woodside, Fortescue Metals Group (FMG), and BG ...
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