RF Solutions LLC

300 Park Avenue
New York
United States
Systems Integrators
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
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