Silke Communications performed significant equipment additions to three major western Oregon communications sites of its digital SMR network. The enhancements multiplied the coverage and capacity of the NXDN-based technology for the company’s FleetNet digital network.General Dynamics Awards $126M USCG Contract for Search and Rescue Program
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“This was a pre-emptive expansion,” said President Jim Silke Jr. “Our customers hadn’t experienced any issues, but we’ve been adding new users quickly and wanted to ensure our system was in good order to continue to support that growth while serving our valued long-term customers.”
The three sites are Mary’s Peak near Corvallis; Scott Mountain near Roseburg; and Hagen near Blue River. “Our customers will definitely notice some new bands of coverage as a result of this work,” said Silke.
Silke has served the Eugene, Ore., metropolitan area since the 1960s. The company is a western Oregon and southwest Washington supplier of wireless radio solutions and communication tower services and spectrum.
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