About Us
Information Technology (IT):
Applies to the use of technology in managing and processing information, especially in large organizations. In particular, IT deals with the use of electronic computers and computer software to convert, store, protect, process, transmit, and retrieve information.
AF (audio frequency):
AF to any frequency from approximately 20 Hz to about 20 KHz, which is the approximate range of sound frequencies audible to humans.
9-1-1 Programs:
Wireless Enhanced 911 (E911)improve the effectiveness and reliability of wireless 911 service by providing dispatchers with additional information on wireless calls. This requires the development of new technologies & upgrades to local Public Safety Answering Points.
RF (radio frequency):
RF refers to any frequency, or number of cycles per second of a wave, between the audible sound-wave portion and the infrared light portion of the spectrum. It is between about 10 kilohertz and a million megahertz.
Telecommunications Design:
Our engineers and project managers review existing network infrastructures and help to determine seamless solutions to meet current and future operating needs. We have the ability to plan, design, bid and construct communications networks on a turnkey basis.
Satellite (mobile & fixed : voice, data & video):
Mobile satellite services includes greater emphasis on broadcasting and other various mobile services, while fixed satellites center on static, point-to-point, high-capacity services.
Fixed & Mobile Command Center Design:
Creation of a mobile command center package that integrates scene lighting, communications equipment and pneumatic telescoping non-locking masts to support equipment, comprehensive surveillance systems and weather stations.
Broadcasting (AM/FM/TV/HF/SW):
The distribution of audio and/or video signals (programs) to a number of recipients ("listeners" or "viewers") that belong to a large group.
Microwaves have wavelengths approximately in
the range of 30cm (frequency = 1 GHz) to 1mm (300 GHz)and are utilized for point to point communications of voice, data and video.
Public Safety Radio – voice and data systems:
Public safety must be able to communicate seamlessly with one another in order to ensure interoperability, a bridging device, or gateway, is typically utilized to connect disparate radio systems that are operating in different frequency spectrums.
Public Safety Planning:
The protection of the general population from all manners of danger, injury, damage or harm, such as may occur in a natural disaster, and the prevention of the same. Although this protection is provided by those traditional organizations known as Emergency Services police, fire,etc), in the preventative sense, "public safety" must be the priority of all those who, in any way, engineer circumstances for others.