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FCC Rules and Regulations for ERRCS – They Actually Make Things BETTER!!
Don Henry (VP of Sales, Comba Telecom)
Greg Glenn (consultant , Self Employed)
Anderson Bennett (FCC Enforcement, Retired)
Mathew Theisz (RF engineer, DC Office of Unified Communications)
Nathan Hinkle (Telecommunications Systems Supervisor, Emergency Management Division, Collier County, Florida)
Pass Type: All Access
Track: In-building Wireless
Format: Panel Session
Vault Recording: TBD
Many times, FCC rules and regulations are viewed as a problem – extra things that make deploying an ERRCS system more difficult, more expensive, and too much extra work. And sometimes, even viewed as "Why is the FCC even involved in this?"
The fact is that the FCC rules and regulations, when properly understood and complied with, makes the ERRCS system perform better – which results in more satisfied First Responders, network operators, and building owners – meaning the First Responders get the communications quality they need, and the network operators do not suffer from problems caused by off air/BDA fed inbuilding ERRCS systems.
Join us in this session to discuss and show how FCC rules and regulations are ACTUALLY LAW, and are really NOT the enemy – in fact, quite the opposite!