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Founded in 1937, 80 plus years, Futronics Inc. has been providing reliable communication services for well over half a century. As a fully authorized Motorola Solutions Radio Dealer; we have the technology and the expertise to provide our clients with unsurpassed sales and service.
Futronics operates a full service shop, with in-house engineers, technicians, installers, sales consultants, and customer service professionals available to serve you.
We also feature one of the area's most sophisticated infrastructures, with a network of over 25 company-owned and maintained tower sites, we have the flexibility and the resources to meet your needs.
Futronics will: Provide our customers with next generation innovative communications technology that exceeds expectations while continually evolving to meet and exceed industry standards. By placing our customer's needs and expectations at the forefront we will maintain an uncompromised commitment to excellence while building strong client relationships based on trust and integrity.
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Covering an area that includes points east of Cleveland, west of the Ohio/Indiana border;
and as far north as Detroit, Michigan and south as far as central Ohio; Futronics has
developed the largest commercial network of microwave towers in Northern Ohio.
Futronics is consistently expanding and improving their microwave network and
infrastructure to better service our customers.
Cellular Telephone Service Area Circa 1986
This was a graphic representation of the cellular coverage across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico in 1986. The map does not distinguish between operating companies coverage areas.
In July of 2019, the FCC cited a New Jersey man for programming unauthorized frequencies into a transmitter violating the FCC's Part 90 rules. The commission directed Jose Perez to cease and desist programming transmitters to operate on frequencies for which they are not authorized. Also, Perez is to avoid any recurrence of this misconduct otherwise he may be liable for significant penalties, which may include paying a fine of up to $20,134 per day.
After a complaint of interference, agents from the FCC's Enforcement Bureau's New York Office conducted an investigation of L and G Car Service on Feb. 25th and observed the car service transmitting on frequency 154.8025 MHz in Paterson, New Jersey which is the licensee of private land mobile station WQVL958 and it's license is not authorized to operate on that frequency.
The agents were informed by L and G Car Service, that its radio vendor, Perez Communications and Electronics, had programmed the frequency into its radio transmitters. On Feb. 25, Jose Perez of Perez Communications and Electronics admitted that he had programmed the radio equipment for L and G Car Service.
Perez now has 30 days to respond.
Click below the article to read the full order.
The FCC has published a document that reminds the business owners and non-licensed operators of Part 90 Private Land Mobile Radio that they need to comply or face signal boost interruption.
You can download the entire document for more information.