The Information Station is the most
installed, most versatile and best overall value for general advisory
radio purposes. Broadcast informational messages over a 25-75 square mile
(3-5 mile radius) area, i.e., interpretive overviews, directions,
schedules of events, rules and regulations, emergency instructions.
Options include . . .
* Telephone- or computer-controlled audio.
* A variety of antenna mounting styles.
* Professional recording services.
* Customizable signs to announce the station(s) to motorists
This licensed radio system broadcasts emergency messages
over a 25-75 square mile (3-5 mile radius) area. Weather and federal
emergency messages are broadcast automatically as released. At
other times, you may broadcast general community information, visitor messages,
schedules of events. Bring in live audio from your cable TV station or
originate from special events. Representatives are available to assist
with physical and frequency planning.
Options include four-day battery backup, power loss notification module,
real-time multi-station synchronization to extend coverage with wireless
audio links, flashing alert signage, computer audio control,
several antenna mounting styles.
Flashing ALERT Signs may be used to
alert people on or near campus about emergencies.
Bright LEDs embedded in the signs are solar powered and are
typically triggered to flash through an existing two-way radio system.
Flashing ALERT Signs may be used independently of radio stations to prompt immediate action described by the sign
text itself. Example: “Street Closed When Beacons Flash.” Or they may be
used to encourage people to tune to specific radio stations for