Big Rock Communications LTD is pleased to introduce ICOM Canada into our family of products we offer our customers. ICOM has a great reputation since its inception in Osaka, Japan back in 1954. ICOM is dedicated to quality, innovation, performance and simplicity of its operation. It is ICOM’s commitment to excellence in design and quality of components that go into each and every product that sets them apart from the crowd. ICOM is proud to say that all their radios are produced in Japan and adhere to the ISO9001/ISO9002 and ISO14001 quality procedures.
Big Rock Communications and ICOM Canada would like to emphasize that no matter your need, the range of ICOM radios is as diverse as the colors on an artist’s pallet. Whether you are an avid amateur enthusiast, a sailor taking on the oceans of the world, trekking into Canada’s back country, running a hotel, organizing an event, or mobilizing a work force, we have the right radios for you.
Big Rock Communications LTD and ICOM Canada are committed to providing our customers with the very best products in each class. It is our collective goal to deliver the highest levels of customer service, support and care of anyone in the industry.
We thank you for interest in our products. We know that you will be excited about the performance, reliability and overall value you receive from each ICOM product you purchase.
We look forward to seeing you at Big Rock Communications. Please feel free to come in for an ICOM Consultation or send us an email at email@example.com with Subject line reading “ICOM Consultation”. Thank you for your business and we hope to see you soon.
RoIP (IP Radios)
Traditional Two-Way Radio
Traditional two-way radio requires an annual maintenance fee with Industry Canada, an assignment of channels and that assignment is limited to a specific geographic range. Maintenance of such an infrastructure can become for some, troublesome, and not worth the results you hope to achieve from it but you did it anyways because you had no other option.
Ladies and Gentlemen: Say hello to RoIP (ROY-P)
RoIP, or Radio over IP, is the next evolution in two-way radio. No longer needing the stringent requirements of Industry Canada, this deployment method is dependent solely on your existing WiFi network connection. Wherever you have WiFi, you are able to use these amazing ICOM handsets. Governed by a central access point, these handsets allow for greater ease and communication between your workers. Be it an orderly working in a hospital no longer relying on a phone to call between two different wings or hotel maintenance that needs to coordinate for a major event, RoIP makes staying in touch a lot faster than what you are normally used to.
RoIP handsets can, with the proper equipment, be tied into existing telephone systems and can be treated as extensions so that outside customers can call into your central phone system, and can dial an extension and the call can be taken via the client’s RoIP device. It can also be integrated into existing two-way radio systems and can serve as an extension of the infrastructure you have already invested time and resources into.
Big Rock Communications LTD, in partnership with ICOM Canada, are pleased to introduce these IP radios into Okotoks and the Foothills. We look forward to discussing your business needs with you, and see how we can bring RoIP into the fold and making your communication even more effective.
Licence-free IP Radio for Wi-Fi Networks
There are days where a telephone just simply does not work to stay in communication. Dialing numbers, waiting for a network connection and hoping the other person picks up can become burdensome and there are times where delays are just not feasible. Together with ICOM, Big Rock Communications is proud to present ICOM Analog and Digital two-way radio sets to Okotoks and the Foothills.
Traditional two-way radio makes it possible for two people (or more depending on configuration) to stay in contact almost simultaneously. A two-way radio is a radio that can both transmit and receive unlike a broadcast receiver which only receives content. A two-way radio allows the operator to have a conversation with other similar radios operating on the same radio frequency. Two-way radios are available in mobile, stationary base and hand-held portable configurations.
Two-way radio systems usually operate in a half-duplex mode; that is, the operator can talk, or he can listen, but not at the same time. A push-to-talk or Press To Transmit button activates the transmitter; when it is released the receiver is active. Amobile phoneorcellular telephone is an example of a two-way radio that both transmits and receives at the same time, ie in full-duplexmode. Full-duplex may be achieved by the use of two different frequencies or by frequency-sharing methods to carry the two directions of the conversation simultaneously.
Setup and deployment of these units is simple and practical. For mobile radios without need of a base station, all that is required to get up and running is the programming and assignment of the voice channels. Deployment with a base station requires additional setup and configuration.
Big Rock Communications, in partnership with ICOM Canada, are excited to bring a variety of analog and digital two-way solutions to our customers. These versatile handsets are durable, range in water resistance from an IP54 to an IP67 rating, and many come with a standard two-year warranty with the options to extend to a 3 or 5-year option. Examples of customers that can benefit from these radios include, but are not limited to: hospital staff, hotel staff, truck drivers, first responders, aircraft pilots, event managers, and various trades. Really, there’s something for everybody. Come on in and take a look and see how we can keep you connected. We may be bringing this to the Foothills, but Big Rock Communications can take care of all of Alberta.
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