AV Communications Wins Export Award

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Malaga, Western Australia - Oct 24, 2001 - Western Australian based AV Communications Pty Ltd (marketing worldwide as TieLine) has won the Emerging Exporter category award in this year's Western Australian Export Awards. The winner of this award is recognized for outstanding achievement in the area of enterprise and global export.

The company has been internationally recognized as a leader in the field of digital audio transmission technology over standard telephone networks. AVC TieLine is one of only two companies in the world, to develop the technology to transfer 15kHz of broadcast quality audio over a standard telephone line in real time, to meet the live transmission requirements of the broadcast radio, television, telecommunications and covert surveillance industries.

The technology can replace traditional transmission methods such as satellites, microwave technology and leased line options by offering high quality transmission links at a fraction of the cost and set-up time.

Users of this technology include the Clear Channel Network, Entercom Radio Network in the US and the government broadcasting arms of China, Korea, Australia, and the UK.

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