Site Survey

Before designing a DAS system for an existing building, a comprehensive site survey is conducted in order to provide our engineers with all the information needed to ensure a successful system design. During a site survey, our technicians will:

  • Test existing signal levels
  • Test for signal interference
  • Identify areas that need to be reinforced with a DAS system (as well as any that do not)
  • Review building pathways for constructability planning
  • Review potential donor antenna locations
  • Review possible equipment locations for headend equipment, fiber infrastructure and power

System Design

JCOM DATA has expert knowledge of jurisdictional code requirements combined with our extensive carrier relationships.

We guarantee our system design to function as specified and be compliant with regulatory guidelines. Should you need a system more robust than that required by code, we can design above and beyond code specifications.

Each project is designed from a constructability standpoint. Our experts have an extensive understanding of construction and its impact on system design.

Carrier & Public Safety Coordination

We employs the same tools and testing techniques that the carriers do, ensuring that all system variables are in line with carrier requirements.

We have established relationships with carrier personnel across the country, so we understand what they need to know and can communicate effectively with the carriers to ensure acceptance of the design.

As our customers’ primary interface to carriers, we handle essential functions including:

  • Walking the design through the review process with carriers and public safety jurisdictions;
  • Facilitating customer/carrier meetings to negotiate rebroadcast agreements and any additional investment required;
  • Predicting signal levels and signal propagations for the building;
  • Coordinating delivery and installation of carrier provided equipment.

TDM and IP links

Time Division Multiplexing (TDM)

Native TDM is a type of digital multiplexing that transfers two ore more data streams transmitted simultaneously as sub-channels in one communication channel. This is perfect for circuit switched networks such as Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) there is a need to transmit multiple subscriber calls along the same transmission medium. TDM allows switches to create channels, also know as tributaries, with a transmission stream. A standard DSO voice signal has a data bit rate of 64Kbits. TDM takes frames of the voice signals and multiplexes them into a TDM frame which runs at a higher bandwidth.

 

Internet Protocol (IP)

The Internet Protocol (IP) is a data-oriented protocol used for communicating data across a packet-switched network.

IP is a network layer protocol in the internet protocol suite and is encapsulated in a data link layer protocol (e.g., Ethernet). As a lower layer protocol, IP provides the service of communicable unique global addressing amongst computers.

Temporary WiFi Deployments

Providing Internet service is easy, but providing reliable Internet service in high density environments such as corporate events or trade shows is anything but easy. It requires a knowledgeable team of network engineers using the latest equipment to be done right. Our Commitment as You is To Deliver World-Class Internet Connectivity for You and Your Attendees

 

We combine a series of best practices drawn from years of experience, a highly skilled network engineering team, robust IT and WiFi equipment, and a service level guarantee in contract to show you that we are serious about providing the best available network experience during your event.

Large Data Server Leasing & Backup Storage

Small and large businesses need the perfect solution for increased storage capacity while saving on cost. Our Servers can provide these solutions to you. We are able to provide the maintenance for many organizations, while helping your IT company and your clients full cost saving opportunities.

 

Backing up data is essential to ensure business function. However, with costly software and backup devices, it becomes difficult to properly store your data on site. This is where we come in. We understand the importance of data backup and recovery and we make sure it is done right. We want to make that decision an easy one for you. Whatever your software needs, with data back up to our data centers, we’ve got you covered.