700/800 MHz Distributed Antenna System for Public Safety Applications

Advanced RF Technologies, a leading provider of in-building wireless coverage and capacity solutions for Public Safety and Commercial radio frequencies has announced the launch of Public Safety support on its flagship ADX V Series Distributed Antenna System (DAS).  These new Public Safety modules support VHF/UHF and Public Safety 700/800 MHz frequency bands and meet the stringent 2016 edition of the National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code (NFPA 72) to enable mission critical communications for first responders in any indoor coverage area.

ADRF is one of the only original equipment manufacturer (OEM) providing a truly comprehensive portfolio of both Fire/Life Safety code-compliant and Commercial Carrier approved DAS and channelized digital repeaters, as exemplified by the new ADX V Series DAS that allows building owners to pay only for Public Safety coverage that they need now and add Commercial bands later or vice versa.

The ADX V Series Distributed Antenna System (DAS) Product highlights include:

  • Flexible DAS architecture to allow any combination of VHF/UHF, Commercial 700MHz, Public Safety 700/800MHz including FirstNet, SMR 800MHz, Cellular 850MHz, PCS 1900MHz, AWS 2100MHz, WCS 2300MHz, and BRS 2500MHz
  • Meets NFPA 72 2016 and IFC codes
  • Supports dry alarm contacts as well as remote monitoring and control capability using Web-based GUI
  • Supports up to 24 hours of battery backup
  • NEMA 4X compliant and fire engine red painted enclosure suitable for both indoor and outdoor environments
  • Public Safety Remote Units can be either rack or wall mounted
  • Features 4.3-10 type connectors to mitigate passive inter-modulation (PIM)
  • Requires only a single strand of single mode fiber per Remote Unit
  • Supports up to 64 Remote Units per Head End

ADRF is showcasing the Public Safety line of the ADX V DAS at the IWCE Expo on March 27-31, 2017. These Public Safety modules will be available for commercial deployment from April 2017.