The PSR-78-9533 from ADRF Tech is a Channelized Digital Repeater designed for use in the 700 and 800 MHz bands which have been designated for use to firefighters and the police (in the US). The repeater has digital signal processing (DSP) filtering with up to 2 non-contiguous wideband and 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. It 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. This device delivers up to 95 dB of gain and up to 33 dBm downlink and 30 dBm uplink output power per band. The PSR-78-9537 is compliant with IFC and NFPA Codes. It simultaneously supports FCC Part 90 Class A narrowband and Class B wideband repeater designations.