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Bi-Directional Amplifier (BDA) with a Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)

Bird TX/RX BDA Products

Signal Boosters, also know as Bi-Directional Amplifiers (BDA) use a Distributed Antenna System (DAS) to extend the coverage range of radio systems (RF, Radio Frequency) in places where reception is bad.  Usually businesses want BDAs to improve cellular coverage, however they are often mandated for first responder two-way radio operation. There is a big difference between Cellular BDAs and Public Safety BDAs and they should not be interchanged. Safety BDAs need to work under duress, such as high heat, chemical splash and no electricity. Cellular BDAs are for everyday use and not designed to work under duress. 

Typical scenarios that need RF signal boosters are highrises, buildings that have underground floors, tunnels, subways, caves, mines and other difficult terrain where rescue is important. In recent years, many municipalities including Seattle and Bellevue WA, require first responder BDAs, sometimes referred to as Rescue Lines for any new or renovated buildings. It is crucial that first responders are able to communicate via their radio frequencies in an emergency

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Puget Sound Instrument is Factory Certified
Bi-Directional Amplifier (BDA) with a Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) Bird TX/RX BDA Products Signal Boosters, also know as Bi-Directional Amplifiers (BDA) use a Distributed Antenna System (DAS) to extend the coverage range of radio systems (RF, Radio Frequency) in places where reception is bad.  Usually businesses want BDAs to improve cellular coverage, however they are often mandated for first responder two-way radio operation. There is a big difference between Cellular BDAs and Public Safety BDAs and they should not be interchanged. Safety BDAs need to work under duress, such as high heat, chemical splash and no electricity. Cellular BDAs are for everyday use and not designed to work under duress. 

Typical scenarios that need RF signal boosters are highrises, buildings that have underground floors, tunnels, subways, caves, mines and other difficult terrain where rescue is important. In recent years, many municipalities including Seattle and Bellevue WA, require first responder BDAs, sometimes referred to as Rescue Lines for any new or renovated buildings. It is crucial that first responders are able to communicate via their radio frequencies in an emergency


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