Bi-Directional Amplifiers (BDAs) or repeaters are two-way radio communications signal boosters used to ensure public safety in buildings during times of emergency. The system uses an antenna located on the roof of a building that is attached to an amplifier, that evenly spreads throughout the facility to provide equal wireless signal coverage to avoid dead zones for communications.
Almost every city or county in the US has mandatory codes and ordinances to guarantee a minimum level of communications system reliability for first responders. Texas is no exception. Building communication reliability is needed during fires, medical emergencies, and domestic threats.
BDAs are vital for maintenance, engineering, security, and operations tasks that improve productivity.