RFSignalman is an independent testing company. Our mission is to assist Property Owners with indoor coverage requirements and to ensure that their investment in Public Safety is
utilized in protecting their building and occupants. Our mission to Public Safety is to provide
accurate data that will be utilized to improve Public Safety Communications.
RFSignalman was established in September 2011 and is a division of niemann technology, inc. (NTI). NTI provides Consulting, Engineering and Management Services to Public Safety, Government and Utility clients and is focused on the development of Radio, Microwave and Fiber Optic solutions to support mission critical operations. NTI was incorporated in 1999 and has a proven track record of providing competent expertise in the planning and implementation of next generation communications networks. NTI is a corporate member of APCO and has been awarded the “Best of Elk Grove in Consulting Engineers” for over 6 years.
Paul is the President and Founder of RFSignalman. He has 38 years of experience in the wireless industry with extensive knowledge of public safety radio networks, infrastructure and large scale deployment programs. He has developed the ERRCS test and acceptance process utilized in most California jurisdictions and an automated test and reporting platform to document the radio coverage inside buildings. His efforts in the last 8 years have been to establish conformity and common standards between jurisdictions thereby providing the expected performance demanded by First Responders and the repeatability necessary for building owners to reduce costs.
The primary goal of RFSignalman is to improve safety in our local community and to minimize the cost of regulatory compliance. Public Safety Radio Systems are funded by local tax dollars with the burden of indoor coverage now resting on the individual building owner. We provide a means of performing and documenting indoor coverage tests that are quick, reliable and easy to use. We provide viable data to the emergency responder that improves response times and the ability to protect life and property. The collective data provided by the community can also help to reduce system development costs and the direct impact to tax payers and building owners.