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We recommend checking with your local building codes, as there can be more depending on your jurisdiction.
We would only deploy our solution in the area(s) of your building where it does not meet your local standards.
Not necessarily. The only way to know the answer is to have your building tested. Codes merely require adequate two-way radio clarity and coverage. If your building has sufficient clarity and coverage to meet your local code, you do not need a system.
Unfortunately, no. Cellular boosters are only FCC approved to rebroadcast the cellular carriers’ frequencies. Two-way radio or FirstNet are not supported. However, depending on your local codes, you may be able to add two-way or FirstNet coverage to your existing cable and antenna infrastructure.
Each Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) has their own codes and requirements. Each city does have requirements for in-building emergency radio coverage. In fact, most cities and counties have codes regarding expected coverage indoors for first responder two-way radios.
No. There are strict requirements for the training and expertise necessary to correctly install ERRC (Emergency Responder Radio Coverage) systems. This project is best left to the experts.
That is not entirely correct, there are exceptions. Most codes require testing and coverage if your building has one (or more) of these three characteristics: