Is your building E-Comm Radio ByLaw compliant?
It is crucial to be able to communicate between emergency response agencies and between different jurisdictions for Public Safety purpose. Many municipalities have passed a bylaw that requires all new buildings to have Emergency Communications coverage throughout new or renovated buildings and are required to have these installed systems tested annually.
Cartel Communication Systems provides a full range of required services to ensure your building meets the Public Safety E-Comm Radio Building Amplification System Bylaws for the municipalities like Surrey, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody and North Vancouver.
Cartel can ensure that your building is compliant and complete on time to meet Public Safety ByLaw requirements.
Our coverage enhancement services include:
- Site visits to gather all required site signal levels
- Cost effective system design solution
- Equipment specification and fulfillment
- Installation and commissioning services
- Final acceptance and necessary approvals
- Annual system test and validation
- Full documentation
- Cost effective system monitoring
Expanding wireless connectivity, anytime indoor.
Our in-building solutions for Public Safety and E-Comm Radio Building Amplification System Coverage meet your needs for wireless coverage enhancement. Our engineering team will assess and design a quality cost-effective solution and work with Canada’s wireless carriers to ensure performance requirements are met. Your design will be expandable and future proof.
Our technical expertise has earned us a reputation as the preeminent provider of in-building solutions to Canada’s wireless carrier for over 10 years.
What is E-Comm?
E-Comm stands for Emergency Communications for British Columbia Incorporated. E-Comm provides emergency services communication in Metro Vancouver and parts of the Fraser Valley. E-Comm Wide Area Radio Network is a shared radio networks for public safety daily emergencies and major disaster communications. Municipalities that have specific bylaws pertaining to buildings and structures are required to be equipped with indoor radio amplification systems for uninterupted public safety and emergency communications.