Our clients speak volumes.
When we commit to a project, EZ-Spectrum commits to a project. Read on to learn how what we’ve done for others can translate into what we can do for you.
West Palm Beach, Florida
The southern portion of Florida is dominated by an extraordinarily large number of high-capacity and densely packed 800MHz trunked radio systems. It was presumed by many that securing viable 800MHz channels for the City of West Palm Beach’s planned P-25 simulcast system would be impossible. Yet, EZ-Spectrum was able to identify and license not one, but five viable 800MHz channel pairs.
Columbia County, Georgia
Columbia County, Georgia, had insufficient 800MHz channels for its need—a significant shortfall discovered after it had entered into a contract with a major radio system vendor. EZ-Spectrum successfully located orphaned 800MHz channels to keep this seven-site, 10-channel, simulcast radio system on-track.
Floyd County, Georgia
This county had 800MHz NPSPAC allocations that were being used 15 miles away in Alabama. EZ-Spectrum successfully found viable, interference-free channels, allowing for the on-time completion of Floyd’s ten-site, 800MHz simulcast trunked system. Perhaps most impressive is the fact that the frequencies allotted to Floyd County would allow only for a three-combiner/antenna solution. EZ-Spectrum identification of orphaned channel replacements reduced the required number of antennas and combiners by ten—a potential cost savings of $1 million over the life of the system.
Barrow County, Georgia
As many areas in the State of Georgia operate various VHF radio systems, dynamic interference is common: one minute there’s radio coverage and the next it’s nonexistent, in the same spot. This anomaly is caused by nearby transmitters being coordinated and FCC-licensed on a client’s repeater station’s input frequency. EZ-Spectrum solves this issue while keeping clients informed of potential interferors as their applications are opened to public comment.