The topic of safety within the wireless communications industry often conjures two thoughts. First, how does wireless technology contribute to the community's safety? And second, how safe is wireless technology to the community?
Wireless technology contributes to the community's safety by providing better connectivity for emergency personnel - police officers, fire fighters, EMS workers. These important figures require top notch radio/cellular coverage. Additional cellular tower sites assist communities in better communication, virtually eliminating poor coverage and drop zones. Realizing the role of the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) mandate to create a national wireless network for first responders, LJS Development will partner with local authorities to build and maintain public safety towers assisting the communities in meeting the regulated requirements, while also providing revenue streams to support their operations.
Wireless communications provide consumers opportunity to feel safer through first responder safety towers and simply the ability to communicate with others in an emergency situation, whether in an official capacity - police officers, or the common person - the teenager whose car has broken down and they need to reach someone. However, the issue of public safety from radio frequency waves seems to always be in question.
At LJS Development, safety is a number one priority. Wireless phones and cellular towers communicate through the production of radio frequency energy. Safety standards set by the FCC for wireless technologies are in place for the community's safety. It's important to recognize that our tower sites are evaluated annually. If at any time a tower is found to be out of compliance, LJS Development will take swift action to shut down the tower and make all appropriate modifications to maintain safety in the community.
The community's safety - at both ends of the spectrum, is a top concern for our team.
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