Cellular Elevator Phone Lines
Virtually every application that requires landline phone service can now be replaced! Elevator phone lines, area of refuge phones and emergency pool phones! Convert these emergency phones and realize huge savings!
- Dedicated Emergency Cellular Phone Lines
- Cellular Gateways with Battery Backup
- Code Approved and Certified
- Easy Plug & Play Installation
- Save 70% on Landline Phone Service
- Dealers Welcome
Average Monthly Savings
Replaces existing land lines with cellular connectivity
Compatible with all analog elevator phones
Fully code compliant
Easy to install
No change to elevator service agreement or providers
No modifications needed
Utilizes reliable T-Mobile MIMO* Network
Provides 4G-LTE-A connectivity
70%+ savings on line charges
Converts any analog phone into a cellular emergency phone
*NEW 4G LTE-A 700 MHz SPECTRUM FREQUENCY UTILIZATION FROM T-MOBILE:
Safety First Wireless gateways now leverages T-Mobile’s Exclusively Licensed 700 MHz 4G LTE MIMO network which will deliver increased radio efficiency, immense numbers of connected devices, lower latency, improved reliability, longer stand-by battery life and better In-Building services, creating an optimized and cohesive signal environment.Operational efficiency is achieved by using a technology called Multiple in Multiple-out or MIMO. A MIMO system widens the broadcast “pipeline,” allowing more data to flow through the same block of spectrum at a time. MIMO can be used to enhance the capacity and coverage of a radio signal for customers.T-Mobile currently deploys a 4×4 MIMO system with 700 MHz antennas. That means four transmitters and four receivers are required so that multiple data signals can simultaneously use the same block of frequencies. This allows the cell sites to “speak louder” and “hear better” in tough environments.
*SIGNAL WAVE-LENGTH DYNAMICS
Because the 700 MHz wavelength is longer, it travels farther making it a good solution for more rural terrain. It also provides better in-building service than smaller, higher-band wavelengths.