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Capabilities Statement


                Radionet
           Communications, Inc.
            2 November, 2009
Capabilities in Brief

Tune, test and repair of Land Mobile Radio
subscriber units
Programming/re-programming subscriber
u...
Capabilities in Brief (more)

Consulting services – Project 25 updates and
procurement documentation review & editing
(Con...
Tune, Test and Repair

Quotes obtained and
resources available for
an R2670B service
monitor and other
essential tools for...
‘Programming’

        Radionet
        Communications has
        17 years of experience
        programming
        subs...
A note about ‘Programming’

It IS NOT like ‘writing code’ in a ‘high level
language’
It IS easily learned by anyone with e...
Program Management Experience

Navy Region Northeast Regional
Interoperability System experience from
initial planning, to...
Navy Region Northeast

                                               NAS Brunswick
                                      ...
CONOPS (Concept of Operations)
                      NWPNSTA
                        Earle
           Earle
         Dispa...
Site Visits for Planning Purposes

 Identify ‘Line of Demarcation’ for network
 connectivity
 Ascertain location and type ...
Sub Base New London

NOC in separate
building from Dispatch
Center
Dispatch equipment no
longer supported by
vendor, compl...
Similar work at WPNSTA Earle

Similar problems, with
networking equipment
located remotely from
dispatch center – onsite
m...
Raytheon/JPS ACU-1000s selected for
     Interoperability equipment

 Quotes obtained after
 onsite surveys
 completed and...
Detailed Designs



         New equipment/links
           shown in blue
New London, CT.
                  VHF
                Repeaters
                                                          ...
WAN
CNI         Network Management
Washington, DC          Office
Hardware and Software Configuration
Configuring Interoperability Equipment
Local Dispatcher is now ‘Regional’
Regional Interoperability System
      Computer Control
Regional Operations Center

Connected to the same
IP network as the
interoperability
equipment, this
computer controls the...
Project 25

Radionet Communications has kept track of
emerging TIA standards, including the latest
addition to the console...
It lets you do this, now:
Create interoperability links to P25 neighbors…
            …for very little money!




        ...
Documentation review and editing

 With over 17 years of
 experience with Land
 Mobile Radio issues,
 Radionet
 Communicat...
Other Capabilities

Radionet can also
provide third-party
software analysis of
‘promised’ coverage
using open-source
simul...
Integrated Drive-Test Data

Radiosoft also allows
for the importation of
drive-test data, to
compare actual field
measurem...
Procedures and Protocols

While new technology greatly enhances our
ability to communicate, lacking proper
procedures and ...
Radionet Communications can:

tune, test, repair and program your
subscriber units
manage interoperability projects with
l...
Questions?


    radioman@radionetcommunications.com

      www.radionetcommunications.com
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  1. 1. Capabilities Statement Radionet Communications, Inc. 2 November, 2009
  2. 2. Capabilities in Brief Tune, test and repair of Land Mobile Radio subscriber units Programming/re-programming subscriber units to work on federal systems and local/regional interoperability systems Program management experience deploying ‘gateways’ for interoperability with local/state agencies ‘outside the fence’
  3. 3. Capabilities in Brief (more) Consulting services – Project 25 updates and procurement documentation review & editing (Configuration Management) Simulation of RF coverage using ‘non- proprietary’ software tools System ‘drive testing’ and integration of test data into simulations – comparing actual system performance vs. ‘idealized’ models
  4. 4. Tune, Test and Repair Quotes obtained and resources available for an R2670B service monitor and other essential tools for ‘tune, test & repair’ of trunked and conventional Project 25-compliant subscriber units
  5. 5. ‘Programming’ Radionet Communications has 17 years of experience programming subscriber units for both conventional and ‘trunking’ with vendor-specific software (e.g. Motorola, M/A-COM & EF Johnson)
  6. 6. A note about ‘Programming’ It IS NOT like ‘writing code’ in a ‘high level language’ It IS easily learned by anyone with even rudimentary computer skills But, programmers must have particular knowledge of frequencies, tones, ID’s and other characteristics ‘unique to each system’, to correctly program its subscriber units
  7. 7. Program Management Experience Navy Region Northeast Regional Interoperability System experience from initial planning, to design & deployment Obtain vendor quotes Vendor selection/acquisition/training Onsite System Integration with existing LMR assets
  8. 8. Navy Region Northeast NAS Brunswick 239 Miles 2 Channels x 1 site 36 Mutual Aid Freqs COMNAVREG NORTHEAST ‘Prime Site’/ROCC Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Co-located with New London 160 Miles 2 Channels x 1 site 39 Mutual Aid Freqs NAVSTA Newport 54 Miles 2 Channels x 1 site 8 Mutual Aid Freqs NavWpnSta Earle 182 Miles NavSubBase 3 channels x 2 sites (simulcast) New London/Groton 68 Mutual Aid Freqs 2 Channels x 1 site 51 Mutual Aid Freqs
  9. 9. CONOPS (Concept of Operations) NWPNSTA Earle Earle Dispatch Groton Dispatch Radio over IP New port, RI Sub Base (MPLS) New London Portsmouth Naval Shipyard
  10. 10. Site Visits for Planning Purposes Identify ‘Line of Demarcation’ for network connectivity Ascertain location and type of existing dispatch equipment, locations of repeaters/tower sites and frequencies/PL tones/other programming parameters Look for technology reuse opportunities!
  11. 11. Sub Base New London NOC in separate building from Dispatch Center Dispatch equipment no longer supported by vendor, complicating audio extraction But, surplus circuitry on base and unused antennae offered ‘degrees of freedom’ in the design
  12. 12. Similar work at WPNSTA Earle Similar problems, with networking equipment located remotely from dispatch center – onsite management to obtain local circuit support New tower required for wireless links to reach repeaters, also procured locally
  13. 13. Raytheon/JPS ACU-1000s selected for Interoperability equipment Quotes obtained after onsite surveys completed and requirements defined Onsite program management, and other vendor coordination performed for antennae and other infrastructure improvements
  14. 14. Detailed Designs New equipment/links shown in blue
  15. 15. New London, CT. VHF Repeaters RF Link (2) VHF Link Transceivers Bldg 488 (programmed like subscriber units) North Bldg 488 Bldg 462 South Existing Audio/Control Wiring N N Centracomm 2 X X for Base Station/Repeaters U U Switch Repeater Site(s) ROC N B Channel Banks/ (Bldg 439) X I CEB U M N X B Channel Banks/ I U M CEB Repeaters in Building 488 include: Router (IP) (1) Fire (north tower) Fiber/ 5 spare BIM cards (1) Security (south tower) Ethernet POP (already in place) (Bldg 77) ACU-1000 D D DD D D EOC S S S S S S P P P P P P (Bldg 86) Bldg 87 Switch Dispatch PC Workstation Future T1 Router (IP) Requirement Router (IP) T1 WAN Legacy Dispatch Path (wired) New Wired Link New Wireless Link
  16. 16. WAN
  17. 17. CNI Network Management Washington, DC Office
  18. 18. Hardware and Software Configuration
  19. 19. Configuring Interoperability Equipment
  20. 20. Local Dispatcher is now ‘Regional’
  21. 21. Regional Interoperability System Computer Control
  22. 22. Regional Operations Center Connected to the same IP network as the interoperability equipment, this computer controls the network from an office at WPNSTA Earle. Similar control point at Sub Base New London and NOC in Alexandria
  23. 23. Project 25 Radionet Communications has kept track of emerging TIA standards, including the latest addition to the console or ‘fixed station’ interface: TIA-102.BAHA. This is an important development for local/state system operators requiring interoperability with federal systems built to Project 25 standards.
  24. 24. It lets you do this, now: Create interoperability links to P25 neighbors… …for very little money! ‘Remote’ P25 System
  25. 25. Documentation review and editing With over 17 years of experience with Land Mobile Radio issues, Radionet Communications is an authority you can trust. Get the best value for your federal dollars spent, by having Radionet review your documents!
  26. 26. Other Capabilities Radionet can also provide third-party software analysis of ‘promised’ coverage using open-source simulation tools (shown here: ‘Radiosoft’ ComStudy 2.2). While all ‘simulators’ are based on mathematical models, some are more ‘optimistic’ than others.
  27. 27. Integrated Drive-Test Data Radiosoft also allows for the importation of drive-test data, to compare actual field measurements with predicted performance. This is an invaluable utility for those planning wide-area coverage systems who wish to verify promised coverage.
  28. 28. Procedures and Protocols While new technology greatly enhances our ability to communicate, lacking proper procedures and protocols for use of these assets – particularly ‘interoperability’ assets - can be disastrous in a crisis situation. Working with local/state and other federal agencies to obtain the necessary memoranda of agreement and understanding is only part of the equation. Common language is important, too!
  29. 29. Radionet Communications can: tune, test, repair and program your subscriber units manage interoperability projects with local/state and other federal agencies keep you up-to-date on new Project 25 technologies, and review your documents perform simulations and drive-testing develop effective procedures and protocols for emergency communications
  30. 30. Questions? radioman@radionetcommunications.com www.radionetcommunications.com
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