Avari Wireless Designs, Manufactures Public Safety Digital Distributed Antenna Systems
Updated: Dec 23, 2022
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April 2, 2022
It is critical that public safety personnel and first responders have reliable Emergency Responder Radio Communications Systems (ERRCS), no matter the environment, so that they can execute time-sensitive, mission-critical tasks to protect the public, according to Avari Wireless. The newly formed company, based in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, said that a reliable, high-performance, high-availability system designed specifically to support both current and future public safety communication requirements is a must.
“Built upon decades of distributed antenna system (DAS) industry experience and with a competent team of seasoned sales, research and development, and field service staff, Avari Wireless is well-positioned to meet the needs of customers who demand high-quality and reliable in-building wireless infrastructure for first responders and private radio users,” the company said.
Avari Wireless said that its digital ERRCS DAS known as the Avari VitalLink series is suited for complex, medium-to-large indoor communications deployments. Making use of the latest digital hardware technology and intelligent software, Avari offers the industry’s most advanced and resilient DAS architecture with self-healing capability for critical public safety communication infrastructures around the world, the company said.
“Avari is steadfast in its mission to create the most reliable and advanced ERRCS system to protect public safety personnel, first responders and the public alike,” said Andrew Leung, CEO of Avari Wireless. “Our experienced public safety team works with customers to create innovative solutions that not only meet the end users’ needs but also take advantage of new capabilities never thought possible before.”
In the event of a crisis, Avari Wireless said, public safety personnel and first responders require reliable emergency responder radio coverage. Being able to communicate with public safety two-way radio systems in buildings is crucial for first responders to execute time-sensitive and mission-critical tasks to protect the public, according to the company. It said that ERRCS are often installed to provide these necessary means of communication.