Do what you love. Love what you do.
We are experts in guiding our clients through a landmine of competing technologies, vendor sales hype, network planning, cost identification and implementation complexities—all so that municipal, county, regional, even state first responders can save lives.
And we love doing it. Every. Single. Day.
By serving as our clients’ advocate, we can secure the most effective, sustainable public communication systems, at the best prices available from the most competent vendors in the industry. So that, in the moment of truth, heroes can get the job done.
And we do it with the industry’s most extensive market knowledge and geographical experience. Take land-mobile radio deployment, network connectivity and interoperability solutions, for instance. At Tusa, we design and implement:
Simulcast/multisite public safety networks for rural settings and large locales
Paging, SCADA and fire alerting systems operating in VHF, UHF and 900MHz spectrums
Secure VHF/UHF radio networks, using analog and digital mobile radio solutions
And much, much more
If you’re talking microwave, our consultants have decades of experience in the design of pipeline and offshore microwave communication networks since 1978. Today’s digital microwave networks (the only kind we now design, of course) can support reliability levels approaching 99.9995% (less than 80 outage seconds per year)—networks that withstood one of the harshest tests of all: Hurricane Katrina.
And what about older radio systems and legacy technology? Often, particularly in rural, semi-rural and even small suburban areas, radio systems are operable on frequency bands below 470MHz. Some still operate on the nation’s first public safety radio spectrum: low band VHF (between 30 and 50MHz)! This configuration can be limited in capacity, co-channel interference, non-encrypted analog technology—all screaming for updated (or completely re-hauled) networks.
In short, if it’s public safety radio communications, you can rest assured we’ve conceptualized it, designed it, implemented it and maintained it. What’s not to love?