Category Archives: Bi-Directional Amplifiers

Does Your Building Comply with First Responder Codes for Communication Systems?

In an emergency, it is vital for first responders to effectively communicate with each other. If a building has poor reception, rescue efforts can be delayed, plus first responders can be put at higher risk. Therefore, an effective communication system needs to be installed that adheres to first responder codes. In this article, we will review what those codes are to help you determine if your building is compliant. Read through the guide below .

Extending Wireless Two-Way Radio Range with Bi-Directional Amplifiers | BearCom

One of the biggest challenges of using two-way radios is moving outside of radio range and having your conversation cut off. Radio signals travel in highly specific ways. If you disrupt those principles, then your conversation will fade or end altogether. To avoid poor coverage and dead zones, you need a way to boost wireless signals. We will review how to extend wireless radio range with Bi-Directional Amplifiers, or BDAs. Read all about it .

How Amplifiers Increase In-Building Radio Signal Strength for First Responders | BearCom

In an emergency, first responders have to talk to each other, regardless of where they are. But sometimes, the facility they are in prohibits that from happening. That’s why amplifiers are needed to increase in-building radio signal strength. Read all about their importance below, along with how you can get them installed in your building. And be sure to contact the team at BearCom to get additional questions answered. Importance of In-Building Communications Systems .

FCC Requirements for In-Building Wireless Solutions

It is always important to have a way to communicate efficiently and effectively throughout any part of a facility. To sustain communications in any conditions, many buildings install amplifiers (signal boosters) that strengthen in-building wireless coverage. However, these amplifiers must be carefully deployed to follow FCC installation rules designed to prevent interference and meet compliance regulations. In this article, the team at BearCom will review what role the FCC plays in regulating communications and .

BDA and DAS Installations & Requirements | BearCom

Without proper communications, your work teams cannot stay connected, productive, or safe. A lack of communication also compromises guest and visitor safety. And, just as important, legal statutes in many jurisdictions require stringent in-building two-way radio signal coverage for Public Safety first responders. Signal boosters need to be deployed that deliver complete wireless coverage. But what does that installation process look like? To help answer that question, BearCom will describe the process of properly .

The ABCs of BDAs: An Introductory Look | BearCom

Whether you’re a building owner, property manager, or operations supervisor, it’s essential to have a dependable line of communications inside your facility. It’s also crucial for first responders to remain connected when they are in your structure dealing with an emergency. Many localities enforce ordinances that require uninterrupted wireless signal coverage for public safety two-way radio bands. For public safety and facility team communications, it is vital that the line of communication is never .