Broadcast RF has one operational goal, the provision of the high quality state of the art RF technology to be used in the making of television programmes covering sports, news and light entertainment events. We supply the complete package, from our focus on strong client service, to frequency management/booking anywhere in the world. Our equipment is tailored to the specific task and needs of our clients, supported by access to 24/7 technical support and our extensive range of backup equipment. We are totally flexible to the needs of our clients whether it is a single antenna or a large scale engineered project. For more information about us, please click here
Gemini House, Unit 14 Orbital One, Green Street Green Road, Dartford, DA1 1QG
Our telephone number remains 01322 520 202 however our fax number has changed to 01322 274 031
Broadcast RF were responsible for providing all the RF facilities for the live TV coverage of the first ever installment of Ride London. Please click here to read our full news story.
Broadcast RF now own ten Link L1700 Wireless Transmitters. These compact and versatile products continue in the line of innovative, high performance RF transmitters. Click for more information.
Proven and trusted Cobham technology packed into a tiny transmitter measuring only 55mm x 36mm x 17mm and weighing just 36g. Click for more information.
Broadcast RF’s very busy start to 2014 showed no sign of slowing down, as a total of 9 wireless systems were provided for coverage of the Cheltenham Festival this week, including 2 Steadicams, 2 Reporter Cams, 2 Trackers, 1 Starts Jib, 1 Starts Reporter and 1 Betting Cam. Over the four day festival more than 450 horses competed in a total of 27 races, with Bobs Worth winning the Lexus Chase …
Broadcast RF travelled to Sochi in Russia this winter for a highly anticipated international Winter Games which saw 88 nations come together to compete in 15 sports disciplines over a 17 day period. Unlike the Summer Games which took place in London two years ago that were very local to our Dartford base, the Winter Games were around 2,500 miles away from home. This meant that equipment needed…