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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Pavestone Main Building

    802.11 Root Bridges

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Pavestone Plant 1

    802.11 Bridge

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  • Wi-Fi Installation - Airport Bridges

    Airport Bridges Layout

    Two Wireless Bridges Installed

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  • Wi-Fi Installation - Airport Bridges

    Main Building Installation

    802.11 Root Bridge for the Hanger Expansion

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  • Wi-Fi Installation - Airport Bridges

    Hanger Expansion

    Clear Line of Sight from the Main Building to the New Hanger Space

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  • Wi-Fi Installation - Airport Bridges

    Hanger Bridge Installation

    802.11 Outdoor Bridge with Integrated Antenna

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  • Wi-Fi Installation - Airport Bridges

    Dual Bridge Installation on Engineering Building

    One of Two 802.11 Non-Root Bridges

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  • Wi-Fi Installation - Airport Bridges

    Installation Complete!

    802.11 Non-Root Bridge

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  RHO Wireless Cellular Design
We use iBwave as the basis of our Computer Aided Design and PCTEL's SeeHawk Touch for our cellular site surveys and Public Safety Grid Tests.
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iBWAVE  Design Enterprise
The industry standard for designing in-building wireless networks.
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PCTEL’s SeeHawk® Touch software and the IBflex® scanning receiver is used for Cellular and Public Safety data collection.


City of Dallas

Dallas now requires an Emergency Responder Communication Coverage System

Ordinance Number 32381 adopted on January 11, 2023, and published on January 14, 2023, by the City of Dallas added the requirement for an Emergency Responder Communication Coverage System to the Dallas City Code.

The City of Dallas Fire Code requires the City's Public Safety Radio System to be fully operable in the interior of new buildings. Some modern energy-efficient construction techniques and materials (such as Low-E glass, cementitious coatings, and steel roofs) tend to attenuate the radio signals penetrating the exterior of the buildings. In accordance with Dallas Fire Code Section 510, all new buildings constructed after January 11, 2023, are required to ensure that the City's Public Safety Radio System has sufficient radio signal strength to be fully operable throughout the interior of the building.

New building owners subject to the Dallas Fire Code Section 510 are required to submit a Radio Coverage Signal Strength Assessment that demonstrates that existing City Radio System signal levels meet the Dallas Fire Code Section 510 requirements. If the assessment does not meet the requirements, an Emergency Responder Radio Coverage System will be required and shall be installed to boost the radio signals to the required levels.


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RHO Wireless DAS Certifications
 
  Hotel Four Provider Hybrid DAS
 
Hotel Four Provider Hybrid DAS

Hybrid DAS Design using iBwave. The Control Units are powered antennas, they have full transmit power available. There is no coaxial distribution power loss. The Coverage Unit is powered over PoE. The Network Unit and the Coverage Unit may be separated by as much as 200 meters. Cel-Fi Quatra also includes support for MIMO, and up to 75 MHz of combined channel bandwidth across four (4) independent cellular bands. This provides flexibility for supporting mixed 3G and 4G networks. All of this translates into a lower cost of coverage per sq. ft., and faster, hassle-free deployment times. Multiple Cel-Fi QUATRA systems may be installed and will self-organize to support large spaces.

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  Public Safety Distributed Antenna System (DAS)
 
Public Safety DAS

As a general contractor, construction project manager, or building owner, you may know that many jurisdictions now require National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) or International Fire Code (IFC) compliant public safety and emergency responder radio coverage (ERRC) as a prerequisite for occupying a building. You may even be confident that your building requires a public safety radio coverage solution of some kind. But understanding the details of how coverage is tested and how it can be improved varies greatly by jurisdiction.

RHO Wireless will help you understand exactly what you need, the differences in code requirements, and guide you in the picking the right Public Safety DAS system for installation in your facility.

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  Cisco Meraki WiFi
 
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Meraki is the first and only solution that provides everything you need for a secure, reliable, headache-free BYOD network - 100% integrated, without added cost or complexity. Use integrated Layer 7 client fingerprinting to identify devices and measure their impact. Automatically apply device-specific policies to iOS devices, Androids, PCs, and more. Quickly and easily enable BYOD while maintaining a secure environment, for example by using NAC to require PCs to have antivirus software.

Learn more in a webinar today. Invest in your network’s future with Meraki.

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