How to Get Better Signals in Buildings Without Standing Next to a Window!
Join this free webinar to learn all about how signal boosting technology works, how the technology is implemented, and much more.
In recent times across North America, there has been an imperative to improve the signaling for cellular phones and for public safety radio communications in buildings. Often in certain areas of large buildings, cell phones do not work nor do public safety radios.
What does that mean? In a worst-case scenario, it means people cannot use their phones to call for help. It means that police officers responding to calls in some schools, or firefighters in a stairwell of a commercial building, cannot communicate via their hand-held radios.
There are signal-boosting solutions available. Join us on the webinar to learn:
- Why the signals are weak in buildings, what you can do to boost signals, and how the systems are implemented.
- How the technology works, what is required at a high level and what it means to you.
- What are the building and fire codes for requirements for Public Safety Communications?
- Why enforcement of these building codes has been changing for Public Safety Communications and how it impacts your building.
Charlie Schulz, Engineer, In-Building Communications, Alliance Corporation
Charlie Schulz is a seasoned engineer with years of experience in the wireless industry, with a special focus on the In-Building Communications segment. A volunteer firefighter with 45+ years of service, he is well versed in the use case for Public Safety Emergency Responder Radio Coverage Systems (ERRCS) and has coached countless AHJs on code interpretation and implementation. As Alliance Corporation’s representative to the Safer Building Coalition, Charlie is an active member of that organization’s Advancement Committee. He has represented Alliance at over 20 Safer Building Coalition trainings, many times serving as a co-presenter.
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