Many jurisdictions require building owners to verify public safety network coverage in order to acquire or maintain occupancy permits. Public safety network testing must satisfy stringent requirements.
PCTEL’s Public Safety Network Testing Solution combines SeeHawk® Touch software and the IBflex® scanning receiver to simplify the test planning and data collection process. The Solution’s in-building grid-based testing tool automatically generates reports that conform to most common public safety coverage requirements, as specified by NFPA and IFC standards.
Now available with P25 and LTE/FirstNet signal quality measurements, including P25 SINR, BER, Frame BER, and Network ID.
“If issues or errors are detected during this testing, the PCTEL SeeHawk Touch Public Safety Solution can be a technician’s best friend in isolating the root cause. A true resource multiplier!”
—Jason Chambers, Service Manager – Day Wireless Systems.
Streamline the testing process of testing and determining compliance based upon auto-generated reports.
Building Code Compliance
Building owners can verify compliance with public safety network coverage and quality requirements.
Field engineers gain accurate measurements and easy-to-use reports to verify and tune designs
Testing service organizations can quickly and efficiently test buildings and auto-generate reports based upon accurate scanner measurements.
“In order to be truly successful and fully engaged in providing the best DAS service to our customers, we had to invest in the best tools and software. We did our research and it was the best decision we made. We can’t be happier.”
—Scott Umemoto, Director of Strategic Technologies – Day Wireless Systems
Floor Reports with pass/fail results can be generated real-time during walk testing.
Building Reports summarize results over all floors for a single channel or all channels. PCTEL’s Solution offers pre-configured report formats for common public safety coverage and signal quality requirements, as specified by NFPA and IFC standards.
Reports can be formatted in Microsoft Word, which may reduce the time it takes to gain approval of building occupancy permits.