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Florida Public Safety 2-way Radio BDA sales and installation


During critical emergencies, police, firefighters, EMS and other disaster response personnel need reliable radio communication.  In building coverage of these crucial radio signals is often lacking, especially in critical areas such as stairwells and elevator shafts.  Much like cellular signals, first responder radio signals are subject to building conditions that limit or often block signals from reaching inside the building.  Building materials, especially those used in modern construction are the primary cause of poor in building radio coverage.  The same factors that lead to poor cellular coverage also limit radio coverage for first responders.

Jurisdictions across the country are adopting the requirements of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the International Code Council (ICC).  Much like fire sprinklers, or accessibility requirements, these codes require strong and reliable public safety radio signal in buildings.  In many jurisdictions, this requirement must be met to obtain a Certificate of Occupancy.

Full Signal Florida is commited to helping building owners navigate the current public safety radio codes and come up with solutions to bring building owners into compliance.  We are also commited to providing the most cost effective solutions available.  We handle everything from initial consultation, to post installation support and testing.  Contact Us today for a free consultation.

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NFPA and ICC Code Requirements Summary​​​​

  1. Florida public safety 2-way radio poor signal coverage BDA installation
    Up to 99% Coverage
    NFPA 72 requires 99% coverage for critical areas and 90% for general areas. ICC requires 95% coverage for public safety 2-way radio all areas in a building.
  2. Florida public safety 2-way radio NFPA 72 BDA Installation
    Protective Enclosures
    To maintain the high reliability standards of the NFPA and ICCC, all equipment and components must be contained in a NEMA 3R or NEMA 4 enclosure for protection against fire, water and other damaging elements. This protection applies to most elements of a boosting system such as the 2-way public radio BDA booster, batteries, and other components.
  3. Florida public safety 2-way radio BDA system monitoring
    System Monitoring and Alarms
    Both NFPA and ICC require a failure alarm system including power, antenna, and 2-way public radio BDA repeater failure warnings.
  4. Florida public safety 2-way radio NFPA battery backup
    Battery Backup
    Both NFPA and ICC require a minimum backup power run-time for the 2-way public radio BDA of 12 hours.
  5. Florida 2-way radio poor signal strength BDA installation
    Inside Signal Strength
    NFPA AND ICC both require a minimum -95 dB public safety 2-way radio signal strength at all times. In larger buildings, and in critical areas such as stairwells, this is often only achievable with the installation of boosting equipment.
Public Safety Signal Booster shall be installed as per NFPA 1-11.10. NFPA 70 and NFPA 72. Any such system installed on or after April 1st, 2016 shall be adaptable for 700/800 MHz P25 (association of public safety communications officials, project 25). The Installation and Wiring shall comply with the local municipality Building and Fire Departments permitting process and shall be approved by the local and county FCC Licensee prior to installation. The building owner shall install a public safety signal booster to meet this requirement if so directed.
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