Wave Wireless, Comba Deploy In-Building Systems for D.C.’s Public-Safety System
Monday, August 06, 2018 | Comments

Wave Wireless partnered with Comba Telecom to commission the first in-building public-safety communication system in Washington D.C. under the recently updated fire code regulations, which are widely considered the most stringent public-safety code requirements in the nation.

The public-safety communication system approved by the Office of Unified Communications (OUC) was installed at The District Wharf using Comba Telecom’s CriticalPoint 700/800 MHz bi directional amplifier (BDA). The inspection was conducted at a commercial use building using all 29 channels of Washington D.C.’s emergency responder frequencies. The system was built to provide adequate coverage in a brand new Class A office building located on the expansive waterfront development project.

“Washington D.C. has one of the strictest ERRCS (Emergency Responder Radio Communications System) codes in the nation,” said Matthew DiMarco, director of operations at Wave Wireless. “By using Wave’s best practices in design and deployment, we were able to ensure the system passed. We have been working closely with the city government and Comba to ensure our clients and building owners get their certificate of occupancy (CO) on time for their brand new facilities, which has led Wave Wireless to be a leader in delivering above and beyond for the commercial real estate industry.”

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