First responders must be able to maintain communication throughout a property, in the event of an emergency. Whether they are responding to a medical emergency, police action, or fire, they cannot be in a situation where their radios stop working. As the size of a property increases, the ability to broadcast messages on radio frequencies diminishes. Dedicated radio support systems are necessary in these buildings so that first responders are able to communicate with one another to do their job, when lives depend on it.
Structured Communications has the experience to help with these project. They have spent over the last decade working with Municipalities, local jurisdictions, Fire Marshalls and Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ’s) to design and install systems that meet regulatory compliance, while improving safety.
- Equipment Enclosures – NEMA4
- System Monitoring Alarms
- Signal Strength -95dB minimum
- Battery Backup
- Frequency Updates
- Antenna Isolation – 15dB gain higher than the BDA
- Fire Ratings – 2Hr
System Coverage and Grid Testing – A required National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and International Fire Code (IFC) record to measure the radio coverage in your building. Structured Communications provides Pass/Fail documentation showing the grid test results post-installation and for annual testing.