Radio Frequency and coverage planning is an initial outlay that can prevent future network downtime due to network interference. Accurate frequency planning and coverage can be performed using software tools that ensure the system is of the best achievable quality, and able to provide service to all required areas with no unexpected downtime.

Frequency assignment can be quite complex and a time consuming exercise if you are unfamiliar with the process.

Titan ICT offers a one–stop shop and can undertake all the necessary coordination with the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), and submit a proposal for your radio communications requirement.

Our in–house ACMA Accredited Frequency Assigner can manage the entire licence application from start to finish – ensuring it is fully compliant to legislative and regulatory requirements – meaning you don't need to waste time and effort contacting multiple groups.

We take care of all the paperwork and ensure a frequency assignment certificate is issued for your requirements.

Call us for more information on Titan ICT's frequency planning and assignment or complete the licensing enquiry form.

RADHAZ and EME Safety compliance

When deploying a land mobile radio communications site, a number of regulations and standards must be followed, and one area of compliance which may not immediately come to mind, relates to Electromagnetic Field (EMF) radiation exposure.

A variety of methods can be used to assess an installation's EMF compliance including on-site measurements, ACMA guidelines and EMF simulation software. Organisations are permitted to carry out site self-assessments, however, if the ACMA perform an audit and do not agree with the provided information they will request an assessment be performed by a NATA (National Association of Testing Authorities Australia) accredited organisation.

Titan ICT uses sophisticated EMF simulation software to create 3D site models, calculate the EMF exclusion zones and generate customisable compliance reports.

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