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Public safety network signal testing

Public Safety signal testing and documentation for the initial evaluation of RF signal levels in both existing and new buildings.

Depending on the Authority Having Jurisdiction, this testing is carried out on an annual basis, or as specified by the AHJ. Additional annual testing is required when a DAS or alternative enhancement system has been installed by a building owner. The direction for testing will be provided by the AHJ, who will also approve the documentation submitted by a building owner – as per Section 510 CA Fire Code/Building code and NFPA 72. Following an RF grid test performed by SignalBooster.com, a comprehensive, accurate, and easy to understand RF report will be issued.

Lexico provides first responder Grid Testing and Grid Reporting to assist property owners with their indoor coverage needs, ensuring that occupants and buildings are always protected. To this end, our Public Safety mission is to provide safety and protection for all first responders, such as the Fire Department, EMT, and Police Department, by providing accurate data to be used for the improvement and maintenance of Public Safety Communications.

This public safety grid test reporting compliance verification is for all public safety bands including FirstNet. However, we also test RF signals for Verizon and other wireless carriers such as T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sprint to determine their networks’s existing signal strength grid-wise, in any building.

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Benchmark Testing For Emergency Response

Our goal is to enable to provide the right solutions for emergency situations so first respondents can immediately take action. This helps them to coordinate effectively all activities relating to emergency preparedness.

In order to provide the public safety the reliable connection, Lexico will conduct some testings using the benckmark strategy to evaluate and measure the performance and improve emergency response.

Lexico will help get you qualified with assisting your Public Safety DAS installation throughout your building. We have our team’s wide expertise and comprehensive knowledge and turn-key solutions. Additionally, assisting with all the three main steps of your installation to provide seamless and complete service. Let us review the three main steps now so you can get a better sense of what you need to get started.

Emergency Response Service

Im emergency cases, public response services are provided by the local government in every city in the United States. And to provide fast response to the public. Lexico help improve wireless communication. With proper communication, first responders will be able to deploy themselves to the emergency sites.

 

3 STEPS INSTALLATION

Lexico’s mission is to provide the best quality Public Safety DAS Wireless Signal Amplification Systems so that public servants are protected as well as the citizens they work so hard to protect. Ensure your building is equipped for critical communications with an accurate and reliable DAS system solution.

 

ERRCS Turnkey Solution

Why is a ERRC Emergency Radio Communications Enhancement Systems Important?

Emergency responders such as firefighters, police officers, and first responders, often rely on wireless communication devices to communicate during situation that requires emergency response. During this emergency situations, a slight miscommunication or loss of communication could lead to something more disastrous. Each loss of signal or delay in communication due to attenuation, interference, or reflection could prove fatal to them or the victim.

ERRC public safety systems, which are distributed through an antenna system, help reduce signal losses or the risk of faulty communication without needing multiple high-level radios to operate. This helps safety professionals get communication equipment that feature less interference and better signal coverage, which can be used by safety professionals more effectively during an emergency situation. Meanwhile, it can also save public safety departments thousands of dollars in equipment costs in buying multiple radio equipment for their responders.

  • Occupancy can only be awarded to all new buildings when they have 95 to 100% in-building coverage for Emergency Communication services.
  • Critical areas such as command centers, elevator lobbies, and stairs that lead to exits must have 100% coverage while everything else should have 95% coverage.
  • Re-occupancy can only be awarded to existing buildings undergoing expansion, renovation, or reconstruction when they comply with the coverage rules for occupancy.
  • Frequencies used for Public Safety for wireless communication will vary per municipality, set by their local police and fire departments.
  • Frequencies to be used for Public Safety include VHF, UHF, 700 MHz, 800 MHz, and 900 MHz.
  • Penalties for those that fail to comply may suffer civil to criminal penalties for their non-compliance, which may also include fines of up to $100,000.

Other Wireless Services

Cellular DAS Design
Cellular Signal Benchmark Testing
Multi-Carrier Neutral Host DAS
First Responder Turn-key DAS
ERRCS Permit Submittals