New FirstNet Compliant Repeater for Public Safety Appliations in the 700 & 800 MHz Bands

Advanced RF Technologies (ADRF) has released a new FirstNet compliant repeater that improves connectivity for first responders. The PSR-78-9537 has been developed for use in the 700 and 800 MHz bands which have been designated for use by firefighters and the police.

The PSR-78-9537 and ADRF's 2W channelized public safety repeater, PSR-78-9533, will allow building owners and systems integrators to choose either 2W or 5W options that most accurately meets their individual needs and offer enough flexibility to equip small buildings and skyscrapers alike. The repeater has been designed to protect the lives of first responders and building occupants by ensuring blanket connectivity, regardless of the building layout and type of emergency. 

The PSR-78-9537 is compliant with IFC and NFPA Codes. It features software defined filtering of up to 32 non-contiguous narrowband channels that can be controlled through ADRF's web or mobile GUI, as well as alarming outputs to supervised circuits for antenna, amplifier, power supply, battery, and charger failures.

ADRF is showcasing the PSR-78-9537 and several other public safety and commercial communication solutions at the 2018 Connectivity Expo, taking place in Charlotte, NC from May 21-24.