Mine communication systems are a piece of mining equipment that cannot be compromised. A single radio wireless system is not as reliable as our multi-radio, multi-frequency nodes. They communicate using wide-band, bi-directional, circular polarized antennas. This equipment helps ensure that miners can stay in touch with the outside world and each other while they are working underground.
These systems’ expansion can be easily managed with the assistance of leaky feeder or antenna node systems. As the communication network needs to extend and as a mining site grows, the communication systems can only continue to be improved with the latest technology.
The system’s hardware is designed to be intrinsically safe so that it can be used in gassy and dusty environments. The system is modular so that it can be customized for each individual mine site. And because the system is wireless, it can be easily expanded and upgraded as needed.
Added benefits of this system include personnel tracking, condition-based monitoring, and the chance to add in a series of autonomous systems for improvement in efficiency.
This product is life-saving equipment that every mine should have. It’s time to upgrade your communication systems and give your miners the best chance to stay connected. New mining technology and digital tools will only help to improve the quality of communication systems for modern mines. Our networks will continue to innovate, and our nodes will only continue to improve in their durability, function, and safety.
Mine Communication systems are the perfect way to stay connected underground. With our robust and reliable equipment, you can be sure that your miners will always be able to stay in touch with the outside world. So if you’re looking for a communication solution that is tough enough for the mining industry, look no further than our mining communications systems
This post was written by Justin Tidd, Director at Becker Mining Communications! For over 15 years, Becker Communications has been the industry’s leader in radio communication in tunnels and electrical mining communication systems. As they expanded into surface mining, railroads, and tunneling they added wireless communication systems, handheld radios, tagging and tracking systems, as well as gas monitoring.