Most state and local authorities are adopting all or some of National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Code 72 and International Fire Code (IFC) standards. This means that your building must have adequate Emergency Responder Radio coverage before a Certificate of Occupancy (CO) will be issued.
Whether NFPA 72, NFPA 1221, CFC 510, or other, we design build AHJ and code-compliant systems all across the board. Determining future needs is a critical component when developing a public safety communications network. UHF, VHF, or a 700/800 MHz public safety service, the system’s future could depend upon careful planning and verification that all your signal strengths in your building will be up to spec, even if the building is not yet complete. ProComm Alaska can predict needs and develop a system that meets any necessary requirements.
We provide First Responder RF Grid Testing & Reporting. These services are required for the assessment of RF signal levels in existing and new buildings, and it should be conducted when in the construction phase or after alterations are made to existing structures. This test and report is required on annual basis or at other intervals as specified by the authority having jurisdiction – which we can assist you with.
ProComm Alaska offers proven solutions to make buildings safer and deliver truly mission-critical wireless services:
Public Safety DAS provides boosted reception necessary for emergency first responders. The Distributed Antenna System is fully updated for standard radio signals and for the new dedicated public safety spectrum.
Our solutions connect people and their wireless devices, so they are productive, safe, and happy.
If you need robust wireless coverage and capacity, get in touch with one of our signal experts who can educate you on your options for your best solution.