RF Solutions LLC
RF Solutions LLC
300 Park Avenue
Engineering (Other Than P.E.'s)
RF Solutions LLC (RFS) is a wireless consulting and solutions firm that creates safer, more connected communities with in-building communications systems. The RFS portfolio includes Public Safety/Emergency Responder Radio systems and in-building cellular reinforcement. RFS also addresses the full scope of the mobile IT environment, including wireless networking and infrastructure. RFS partners with leading technology providers to deliver exceptional value and successful results for our clients. The team consists of engineers and experts committed to providing secure, scalable and reliable solutions in a professional and cost effective manner. RFS has iBwave-certified engineering staff. iBwave Solutions' design software is the industry standard for radio frequency modeling and predictive design. RF Solutions has met FDNY’s stringent standards for certification and is approved to operate, test and maintain ARC Systems in New York City.
OEM, Systems Integrators, VAR
Henry Nazar may not be a well-known name in the public safety private sector, but that’s all about to change. For the past four years, Henry’s played a crucial role behind the scenes, training fire alarm and...
Installing in-building wireless communication systems inside existing hospitals adds several layers of complexity and comprises some of the most challenging construction environments. The factors involved...
As a building owner or property manager, you pray the public safety system you’ve installed will never get used. But what if it does? How can you ensure that it’ll work at go time? This “what if” is not...
From Sub-Basement to the 104th Floor When a fire alarm is activated, people rush from a building, desperate to escape. That’s when our end user, the brave members of the FDNY race inside. Providing the most...
The Evolution of the ARC System The need for reliable in-building radio coverage for first responders became imperative in the aftermath of September 11th. In the 9/11 Commission report, communication...