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Dual Signal Booster System Covering Public Safety Radios + Smartphones

Apr 25, 2018

Dual Signal Booster System Covering Public Safety Radios + Smartphones

Cost-Effective Solution Provides In-Building Coverage for Public Safety Bands +4G LTE Cell Frequencies The Guardian3 QR public safety band and the Force5 2.0 4G LTE cell phone signal-boosting systems can be installed side by side for optimal communication and potentially life-saving outcomes. Designed and manufactured by SureCall, the two systems are ideal for large buildings. The public safety signal booster system provides coverage for public safety bands to boost indoor in-building coverage to first responder 2-way radios operating on public safety bands including the new FirstNet network frequencies. The cell phone signal booster provides coverage for all consumer cellular devices...

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Public Safety FirstNet Mobile Network Radio Boosters & Installations

Apr 23, 2018

Public Safety FirstNet Mobile Network Radio Boosters & Installations

This one thing could have saved hundreds of lives in the 9/11 attacks.  "In a time of external crisis, internal communications take precedence... before any constructive actions take place...", reports an article titled, "Crisis Communication: Lessons from 9/11" on Harvard Business Review's official website. In aftermath of the horrendous disaster that shook the world, tabloids carried official reports that mirrored these thoughts. All of them pointed towards the same collective conclusion: Communication crisis played a major role in disaster management. Clearly, radio signal accessibility, even in the remotest locations, is the need of the hour. Building materials are the number...

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Public Safety Signal Boosters: All You Need To Know!

Mar 28, 2018

Public Safety Signal Boosters: All You Need To Know!

Public Safety Signal Boosters provide the strong signals needed to enable dispatched first responders to communicate wirelessly without hindrence to their critical lifesaving work. Building interiors have wireless dead zones that can cause wireless communication disruptions which can cost lives. In times of disasters and emergencies, federal agency employees such as first responders require a two-way working communication to respond rapidly. Firefighters, EMS (emergency medical services), police and other diverse first responders are always responding to man-made and natural disasters threatening the safety of the public on a daily basis. With metal buildings and buildings with reinforced concrete, interior of...

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Why You Need Public Safety DAS Installed.

Mar 23, 2018

Why You Need Public Safety DAS Installed.

Today's modern construction materials and building techniques can degrade or entirely block both internal and external wireless communications. Public Safety DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems) were developed to extend wireless coverage within buildings to enable the efficient operation of cell phones and radios, regardless of where they are located in the building. All too often in the past, first responders experienced safety issues when unable to communicate with each other and other emergency services because of obstructed radio communication in buildings, which left both themselves and the public in danger. Reliable Communication is Vitally Important for First Responders. When unable to communicate...

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Boosting In-Building Public Safety Wireless Communication Systems

Mar 21, 2018

Boosting In-Building Public Safety Wireless Communication Systems

Learn what is an In-Building Public Safety Wireless Communication System and see how SignalBooster.com can help Boost In-Building Public Safety Wireless Communication Systems within your building so first responders can respond to, or prevent situations or incidents that pose a serious threat to people and/or property. What is a Public Safety Wireless Communication System? An In-Building Public Safety Wireless Communications System is a system that has been designed specifically for use by first responders and other emergency services personnel such as emergency medical, fire, police, disaster response, and homeland security agencies, to allow them to respond to, or prevent situations...

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