Upcoming Trade Show at the Peoria Civic Center on August 23 & 24, MSPCE

30 06 2011

Upcoming Trade Show at the Peoria Civic Center on August 23 & 24

Come join Scientel Wireless at the Midwest Security & Police Conference & Expo, August 23 & 24 at the Peoria Civic Center. Scientel Wireless will be at booth #440 with working Telemetry Demo, check out the short video at http://www.youtube.com/scientelwireless#p/a/u/0/eYC4vnqUrsg


Scientel Wireless attending the Midwest Security Conference 2011

2 03 2011

Scientel Wireless is proud to announce that we will be attending the Midwest Security Conference 2011. The 2011 Midwest Security Conference will be held at the Wyndham Hotel in Lisle, IL. on March 28 – 29, 2011. Scientel Wireless will be at our booth on March 28 from 12 (noon) – 6 pm, please feel free to stop on by and see us.

Scientel will be demoing and showcasing convergence technology products and services including RFID, Video, Air Defense and 2 (two) – way radios.

Scientel Wireless attending the Midwest Security Conference 2011

FCC Mandate for Narrowbanding

16 04 2010

What is Narrowbanding?
In an effort to promote more efficient use of spectrum, the FCC mandated all VHF and UHF Public Safety and Industrial /Business licensees using 25 kHz land mobile radio (LMR) systems migrate to narrowband 12.5 kHz efficiency technology by January 1, 2013.


The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) started the narrowbanding proceedings, also known as refarming, almost twenty years ago in an effort to promote more efficient spectrum use in the 150-174 MHz (VHF) and 421-512 MHz (UHF) Part 90 radio frequency bands. The FCC has released numerous rulings during this time defining the requirements and mandating specific deadlines.

The purpose of this document is to provide you with the narrowbanding facts, starting with the key dates and requirements you need to know, followed by exemptions and additional information, how Motorola products meet the requirements, and steps licensees should take starting now.

The FCC is mandating all Public Safety and Industrial/Business licensees convert existing 25 kHz efficiency operations in the VHF and UHF bands to minimum 12.5 kHz efficiency analog or digital operation, and that going forward they implement no more 25 kHz efficiency systems. To implement this mandate, the FCC developed rules and deadlines that impact both radio users and equipment providers.


Are your radio system and subscribers ready for Narrowbanding?
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is mandating all public safety and industrial/business licensees convert existing 25 kHz radio systems to minimum narrowband 12.5 kHz efficiency technology by January 1, 2013. The purpose of the narrowband mandate is to promote more efficient use of the VHF and UHF land mobile frequency bands.

Who is affected?
All land mobile Part 90, 25 kHz efficiency systems operating on VHF (150-174 MHz) and UHF (421-512 MHz) frequency bands.

Key dates
The FCC has set the following deadlines for licensees and manufacturers, requiring migration to minimum 12.5 kHz efficiency systems.


Motorola Government Mobility Solutions Showcase

18 02 2010

Come join Scientel Wireless, Motorola and Zebra Technologies;

Place: Motorola Customer Briefing & Innovation Center, Schaumburg, IL

Time: 9:00AM CST – 4:30PM CST

Scientel Wireless will be presenting on the topic of Wireless for Local and State Government

For more information or to register now for the Motorola government solutions showcase please visit:



5 10 2009

Randy Swets will be joining the Wireless Security Integrations group as the new Manager of Convergence Voice Technologies with over 29 years of experience in 2-Way Radio Communications.

Scientel Wireless News

Scientel Wireless News

LOMBARD, IL, – October 5, 2009 – Scientel Wireless, LLC today announces a strategic expansion of their core networking and microwave business by appointing Randy Swets as Manager of Convergence Voice Technologies reporting to Dennis Broderick, Vice President of Security Integration.

“Strategically, we feel it is important to hire the best available resources. “ said Dennis Broderick, VP, Wireless Security Integration;” Randy is seasoned professional that will increase our capabilities in the Midwest region and then replicate that success to our Texas and Hawaii offices. We are excited to have him join our team.”

Randy has over 29 years of wireless voice experience and is well respected in the 2-Way Communication Industry. Randy’s key responsibility will be growing Scientel’s Convergence Voice Business through its existing sales force which is focused on State & Local Government, Health Care and Education vertical markets.

“Over the last few years the digital convergence of voice, data and video over a single network has dominated the wireless market.” said Nelson Santos, President of Scientel Wireless. He continued saying; “Mr. Swets will provide Scientel the ability to provide our customers with a full spectrum of products and services in the markets that we serve.”

About Scientel Wireless
Headquartered in Lombard, Illinois, Scientel Wireless is a single source for providing multi-site wireless communication systems to the municipal and business community. Since 1992, Scientel Wireless continues to deliver top quality services in consulting, design, implementation and support. Our innovative teams of experts deploy secure solutions that increase communications, reduce overall costs and improve the ability to service their customers.
Visit us at www.scientelwireless.com.

For additional information on Scientel Wireless, contact Michael Zloza or visit Scientel Wireless online at www.scientelwireless.com.

Company Contact:
Michael Zloza
815-714-9882 direct