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Day Wireless's experience with public safety radios helped
it lead in DAS installations in the Pacific Northwest.
ence to completely debilitate an
entire police and ﬁre radio network," he adds. "There are a lot
of integrators that are not comfortable with this aspect, or are
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simply not qualiﬁed. The FCC
can ﬁne you thousands of dollars
per day for causing interference
to a radio network."
Day Wireless' experience with
public safety radios helped it lead
the way in DAS installations in the
Paciﬁc Northwest. The company
was among the ﬁrst in the market
to install these systems.
"The western Washington
and Seattle markets were early
adapters of DAS, and as a region,
we were ahead in providing these
systems," Umemoto says. "Our
vendors would say that, in terms
of public safety DAS, western
Washington has been way ahead
of the curve for several years."
The company recently purchased hardware and software
testing equipment from PCTEL
Inc. that streamlines the pre- and
post-coverage testing for a building. "With this technology, we can
walk through the entire building and gather data that is sent