Project Description

The Issue: Poor Coverage Indoors

First Responders consistently face complications using their radios while responding to emergency situations indoors. During a life-threatening situation, this communication is vital to the success and safety of Our Nation’s First Responders, as well as those in need.

Tragedies that have highlighted the need for Public Safety DAS:

  • 9/11 Twin Towers – 2001
  • Parkland High School – 2018

The Solution: Public Safety Distributed Systems “DAS”

Public Safety DAS utilize BDA technology to enhance two-way radio communication via distributed antenna systems. These systems are dedicated for First Responder use and help eliminate “dead-zones” indoors.

“The FCC estimates an increase in response time by just 60 seconds could save an average of 10,000 lives annually.”

The Solution: Public Safety Distributed Systems “DAS”

Public Safety DAS utilize BDA technology to enhance two-way radio communication via distributed antenna systems. These systems are dedicated for First Responder use and help eliminate “dead-zones” indoors.

Florida Fire Prevention Code (NFPA 1):

Now requires dedicated in-building coverage for First Responders.

  • 11.10.1 In all new and existing buildings, minimum radio signal strength for fire department communications shall be maintained at a level determined by the AHJ.
  • 11.10.2 Where required by the AHJ, two-way radio communication enhancement systems shall comply with NFPA 72.

FLORIDA STATUTE 633.202 – COMPLIANCE DEADLINES

STEPS TO BECOMING CODE-COMPLIANT

Allow Aspire to perform required RF signal testing to determine your risk.
ALL buildings are required to be tested. Those that fail will need to follow the steps below to become compliant:

  • Work with Aspire’s engineering team to implement a plan.
  • Complete System Installation
  • Perform Testing & Optimization
  • Call for Building/System Inspections
  • Schedule Annual Maintenance

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