SCHOOL SYSTEM SOLUTIONS
NW Radio is a 2-way communications favorite for school districts across Houston. Why? Because we have gained an impeccable reputation through years of experience, staying current with technology and a loyal and happy client base to prove it. We understand the importance of keeping your employees connected. Because after all, it’s up to them to keep your students safe.
NW Radio’s GPS tracking capabilities allow higher visibility and control via real-time connection between field and office which can improve efficiency and productivity no matter what business you are in. You can optimize fleet operations, manage mobile resources, track data assets in real-time and locate remote workers—anywhere within your service area. Now, that’s peace of mind.
– Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD)
– Consulting / Dispatch Consulting
– Conventional / Trunked Airtime
– FCC Licensing
– GPS Tracking
– In-House Design
– VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol)
– 450 MHZ Trunking System
– System Design
NW RADIO’S NETWORK COVERAGE AREAS
NW Radio has three LTR radio systems which provide radio coverage for any business or individual who needs two-way radio voice communications or GPS location data for vehicle tracking.
Security Texas Site
The Security Texas site is located off of FM 105 between I-45 and Highway 59. The antennas on this site are located at the 650 foot level using the same 19dbu contour measurement. This site will provide radio communications from Evergreen to the North to 610 Loop west, and from Leondias on the west to Oakdale on the east.
Fairbanks North Houston is a 800 ft tower with antennas located at 749 ft msl. This site will provide radio communications (using a 19dbu contour) from Trinty to the north and Danbury to the south, Sealy to the west and Liberty to the east.
Our Main Site is located downtown Houston on the roof top of the Chase Bank Building at 1050 foot msl. Using a 19dbu contour measurement, this system will provide radio communications from Oyster Creek to the South, Trinty to the North, Anahuac to East and Sealy to the West.