IWCE Virtual Session – Measuring Indoor Radio Coverage: Ensuring NFPA Code Compliance and Addressing Interference
IWCE Virtual on August 24-27,2020 brought the global critical communications community together for 5 days of education, networking, new technology trends and much more! Now you can catch up on up on some of the most impactful sessions you might have missed at the show.
As more AHJs adopt and increasingly enforce requirements for sufficient performance of their radio networks in building, there is a significant focus on “best” testing requirements. In this session, you’ll hear how stakeholders can stay abreast of any updates for the requirements (NFPA 1221 and IFC 510) to stay compliant. In addition, as BDAs are being used in situations that they were never designed for them, examine various types of interference attributed to bad BDA (ERRCS) system design. Discuss both technical reasons and jurisdictional issues, as well as explore the best RF practices for ERRCS, with emphasis on survivability, alarms and electrical code requirements to connect with public safety.
Looking for more content like this? IWCE’s In-Building Forum on November 18-19, 2020 will bring together key stakeholders in in-building wireless deployment, including emergency communication professionals, city leaders, building owners, carriers and more. With 6 comprehensive sessions covering everything from 5G, in-building connectivity, indoor coverage, public safety and wireless technology you don’t want to miss it. View the agenda to learn more.
Safer Buildings Coalition
Director of IBW Business Development
Director of Business Development
Public Safety Communications Director
City and County of San Francisco, Department of Emergency Management
Senior Product Manager
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