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Public Safety Two-Way Radio

Enhancement System Requirements In Building Radio The requirements for Emergency Responder Radio Coverage depends entirely upon state and local codes and the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) where the building/structure is located. The state and local codes determine which national and international standards are applicable and which version of these standards apply. In some localities the International Fire Code Section 510 is the primary source of requirements, in other localities, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) NFPA-72/1221 recommendations are applicable, and sometimes a mix of both, but always based upon state and local codes and the AHJ. Both the International Fire Code and National Fire Protection Association requirements have been evolving over the past 10 years, with the first reference to same in the 2010 NFPA72 and 2009 International Fire codes. Because of this evolution, different versions of the national/international codes are applicable, depending upon the AHJ.
Many municipalities require property owners to comply with fire code requirements for indoor public safety coverage
In some cases, the outdoor network provides adequate coverage inside a building ​
Public safety DAS can be expensive depending on code requirements
Each county has adopted its own variation of code requirements for coverage acceptance
We help services integrator and many building owners navigate the complex waters of assessing, designing, installing, and obtaining acceptance for Public Safety DAS


There is no question that cellular coverage inside a building is almost as important as water and electricity. Notora's deep relationships with the mobile network operators allows us to help our customers get the solutions they need to keep their tenants, employees, and customers connected.
Enhancing a mobile network operator's coverage in their building requires their approval prior to being allowed on-air
iBwave is the design tool of choice for most mobile network operators for indoor coverage analyses
To provide adequate capacity and reliable indoor coverage, it is important to measure the signal levels coming in from the outdoor network ​
We are well versed in both single carrier, as well as, neutral host solutions
The cost and appropriateness of different technologies can vary greatly depending on each customers' needs