Wireless | Emergency & Public Safety Solutions
- Emergency Responder Radio Communication Systems (ERRCS) protect your residents and tenants.
- IBWS provides Code-compliant ERRCS testing, design, and installation services to general contractors, electrical contractors, and building owners – Turnkey or “Parts and Smarts”
- IBWS advocates on your behalf with the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) to minimize the cost of ERRCS.
- Cellular DAS Solutions can solve cellular coverage issues quickly and cost effectively.
- IoT, Public Safety Applications, and 5G will all require superb in-building wireless connectivity.
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Emergency Responder Radio Communication System (ERRCS)
IBWS can provide a cost-effective ERRCS for your property when mandated by local ordinances.
IBWS can provide a cost-effective solution for property owners who need a Cellular DAS at their location.
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The design and installation of an ERRCS is governed by local, state and national codes that are interpreted and enforced by the so-called Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ), typically the Fire Marshall in most locales. The post-installation testing must meet certain...
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the International Code Council (ICC) have developed national model codes to address in-building wireless communications. These codes include the National Fire Code, National Electrical Code, and the International...
Who Pays For The Emergency Response Radio Communication System (ERRCS)? | In-Building Wireless Solutions LLC
Who Pays For The ERRCS? A question that gets asked frequently from business owners learning about the ERRCS codes and requirements, is “Who pays for the Emergency Response Radio Communication System?” All ERRCS is the financial responsibility of the building owner....
ERRCS versus Cellular DAS An Emergency Response Radio Communications Systems (ERRCS) and a Cellular Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) are essentially the flip side of the same coin, - with a few exceptions. An ERRCS is typically a mandated code requirement; a Cellular...
An Emergency Responder Radio Communication System (ERRCS) is required for multi-family residential and commercial buildings that are under construction in the U.S. – if (and this is a big if) testing shows the relevant radio signals are deficient in the building....
An Emergency Responder Radio Communication System (ERRCS) has become a required in-building network in many municipalities around the country. The requirements for such systems are typically outlined by an entity called the “Authority Having Jurisdiction” or AHJ. An...
Did you know that there are typically four stages to an Emergency Responder Radio Communications Systems project? If you are a new business owner wondering whether your building falls under the jurisdiction of needing a system put into place, you may find this...
Understanding Wireless Dead Zones & The Need For An Emergency Responder Radio Communications System (ERRCS)
Installing an Emergency Responder Radio Communication System (ERRCS) in your commercial building will help prevent wireless dead zones from cutting off communications with First Responders and other civilians in the building in the midst of an emergency situation. It...