Industrial Communications provides custom-designed in-building wireless solutions for schools and campuses. We have decades of experience working with Florida K-12 schools, school districts, technical training schools and higher education institutions.

Everything on campus stops when connectivity is down. Classrooms, dormitories, research labs, auditoriums and stadiums go dark. Every aspect of higher education depends on being connected, and wireless solutions from Industrial Communications provide affordable quality in end-to-end connectivity.

Boosting Communications Signals in Schools

We design, install, maintain and certify Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) to amplify radio frequency and cellular signal inside large buildings and facilities as well as sprawling campus environments. Equipping your campus with a Distributed Antenna System (DAS) provides wireless coverage in every building, creates better learning opportunities, raises learning standards, reduces costs and increases security.

We offer DAS solutions for many types of schools and campuses:

  • School districts
  • K-12 schools
  • Preschools and early learning centers
  • Technical training schools
  • Colleges and universities

Outfitting universities with wireless coverage presents a unique set of challenges. Most campuses are made up of buildings of various ages, shapes, sizes and materials, such as brick and steel, which stop the transmission of wireless signals. Adding to the difficulty of having dependable wireless coverage is the fact that many universities are keen on preserving the original aesthetics and architecture of their buildings.

Industrial Communications' DAS solutions meet the need for complete, clear, reliable coverage throughout a campus, considering the necessity for wireless coverage in underground areas, on-campus stadiums and parking structures. Robust wireless connectivity is critical for attracting and retaining the brightest. We provide the solution to keep students, faculty, security personnel, visitors and first responders always connected.

Commercial Cellular Booster Solutions

Industrial’s commercial cellular booster solutions for education provide reliable indoor multi-carrier cellular coverage that meets the needs of administrators, faculty, educators, students, support staff, security and visitors. Equipping your campus with a Distributed Antenna System (DAS) provides wireless coverage in every building, creates better learning opportunities, raises learning standards, reduces costs and increases security.

Public Safety DAS Solutions

Industrial engineers, designs, installs and certifies public safety Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) to comply with Florida Fire Prevention Code SB 1190, NFPA 72, NFPA 1221 and IFC 510 DAS fire codes for ERCES. All public safety DAS systems must be able to pass the commissioning test, acceptance test and annual system performance and battery backup tests.

Leading the Way in Wireless
Communications for Over 40 Years

When you work with Industrial Communications you have the advantage of working with our in-house experts in all areas of communications including in-building BDA/DAS systems, tower site leasing and management, two-way radio systems, FCC licensing, and RF engineering. We provide build-to-suit and turnkey communications facilities and special projects for PCS cellular carriers, commercial enterprises, government agencies, public safety, and utilities projects of all sizes. Our tower crews have built hundreds of towers and telecommunications facilities throughout New England and South Florida over the span of 40+ years.

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Is your building up to Florida’s codes?
We're here to help.

Is your building in compliance with the state of Florida’s public safety minimum emergency radio coverage requirements of Florida SB1190? We're happy to start a conversation to see if an Emergency Responder Radio Coverage System (ERCES) is required. Before any design and installation work commences, our RF technical team consisting of licensed DAS installers and technicians always perform a detailed site survey.

Read the full SBC Code Advisory