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A GME MT410G Personal Locator Beacon (PLB) was used in the rescue of a solo hiker after they suffered an injury whilst hiking along the Port Davey Track.
GME Pty Ltd signs contract with C4 EDGE Program to begin a new venture.
A GME MT600G Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) was used in the rescue of 3 people after their vessel experienced multiple issues approximately 41NM offshore.
A GME MT410G Personal Locator Beacon (PLB) was used in the rescue of a person after they were injured in a car rollover.
As an Australian Owned and Operated business, GME openly embraces Australian manufacturing and is proud to release the only Australian Made handheld UHF CB radio, the TX6600S.
A GME MT410G Personal Locator Beacon (PLB) was used in the rescue of a bush walker after they were involved in a bush walking incident.
A GME MT600G EPIRB was used in the rescue of a boater after their vessel upturned in rough conditions.
A GME MT410G Personal Locator Beacon (PLB) was used in the rescue of 4 people in the Blue Mountains.
A GME MT600G EPIRB was used in the rescue of 4 fishermen after their vessel sank in rough seas.
New Product Release - McGrath Foundation Pink Microphones
New Product Release - AEM6 AM/FM Stainless Steel Antenna
New Product Release - XRS-RJ45T5 Pass-Through Adaptor
New Product Release - ACC6160CK - TX6160 5 Watt Handheld UHF Car Accessory Kit
Unsure which UHF setup you need for your next adventure? Check out our UHF guide to help you decide what is right for you.
Heading out? Make sure your beacon is ready with our simple beacon care checklist.
New Product Release - AE4016 Flexible Slimline 6dBi UHF CB Antenna
What type of communication should you pick for your vessel?
The GME Professional Radio team is proud to introduce the latest addition to our range of Professional Radio products, the CP50.
What is the difference between an EPIRB and a PLB? And how do you know which one is right for you?
A GME MT410G PLB was used in the rescue of a mountain biker after an incident in the Mundaring State Forrest.
In Australia marine radios operate on two main frequencies, 27Mhz and VHF. So, what is the difference between a 27Mhz radio and VHF radio?