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IBW PUBLIC SAFETY DAS: Day Wireless Systems
of its markets. It does so with
multiple divisions that focus on everything from complex professional engineering services to technical
service support, site survey testing
and low-voltage electrical projects.
"While many companies subcontract much of their work and
concentrate on being the best in
just a couple of areas, we have
had a lot of time to become good
at doing more," Erofeev explains.
"Our operation's internal capabilities include RF engineering
services, installation and communication site construction."
A MARKET LEADER
The company specializes in
designing and installing distrib-
uted antenna systems (DAS) that
support public safety communication. Day Wireless has a long
history of selling and supporting
Motorola two-way radio systems.
This industry knowledge has been
a key to their success.
sponder radio systems are complex
and don't function like cellular systems," Strategic Business Manager
Scott Umemoto says. "For us, our
biggest diﬀerentiator really boils
down to our two-way public safety
radio experience. Most of our
"We can generate before and after
coverage results for the contractor,
building owner or fire marshals."
"Because of our background
in public safety two-way radio
systems, we have a much better
understanding of how those radios
work. Public safety emergency re-
competitors did not come from
"If an emergency responder
DAS system is installed incorrectly, it can cause enough interfer-
Day Wireless specializes in designing and installing distributed
antenna systems that support public safety communication.
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