To the venue owner – an ERRCS system is an expense with no ROI.
To the Emergency Responder – an ERRCS system is a MUST – with life safety for
responders, AND the public, depending on it.
Comba Telecom is committed to providing highly affordable,
state of the art solutions so venue owners can ensure
that First Responders get the coverage they need and deserve,
while making the cost to the venue owner as low as possible.
Comba's CriticalPoint Class A UHF BDA is a repeater solution that was designed with public safety first responders in mind. Fully compliant with the IFC and NFPA (National Fire Protection Association), CriticalPoint's UHF BDA supports frequencies 450MHz to 512MHz, up to 32 narrow-band filters and has the flexibility for supporting internal one or two window filtering. This unit will provide greater reliability and coverage for large building structures, tunnels, remote or rural areas and more. The channelized uplink squelch and channelized uplink AGC functions ensure minimum interference to base stations and optimizes communications quality.
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This provides Comba with much lower cost – and in addition, internal manufacturing also allows us to maintain a higher level of quality control and better control over lead times.
In addition, Comba's design team puts forth great efforts to ensure that there is no "over design" of any part of the CriticalPoint products, that could result in unnecessary extra weight or cost.
First, there is a mandatory isolation test that must produce satisfactory results prior to being able to commission the BDA.
Secondly – in the event that something changes the isolation (and causes oscillation) while the BDA is in use, the CriticalPoint BDA will shut down and issue an alarm.
Comba tests and certifies it's products through a Nationally Recognized Test Lab (NRTL) to meet the strict UL requirement standards. Click to view Comba's UL Standards Testing and Product Certification process pdf.
How does this work: our BDA amplifies and passes RF (radio frequency) – RF can carry analog traffic, or it can carry digital packetized traffic. As stated, our BDA is simply amplifying and passing the RF - we do not read, manipulate, or modify, nor really even "see" or know, what the traffic content is.
A way to look at this: consider the BDA and the antenna infrastructure as plumbing in a home or building – all the plumbing does is carry water. The water can be hot water or cold water - or could be potable or non-potable water – the plumbing doesn't care. And in a similar fashion, our BDA does not care what the traffic content over the RF is comprised of.
So how can analog and digital, which are different, be carried simultaneously? The end devices (base station and mobile devices) operate on either analog or digital – meaning that an analog device won't even see the digital traffic, and the digital devices won't even see the analog traffic. So – both types can be mixed over the same RF path with no chance of one interfering with the other.
These kits are available directly from Comba – following is a link to the specification sheet for the kit; the specification sheet also includes the part number and other information necessary to order the kit. Link: BIAS-T KIT FOR NON-TRUNKED RADIO SYSTEMS
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