Mine Radio Systems
What are Mine Radio Systems? Mine Radio Systems are a type of radio communication system that can provide voice, data, and video communications to people in hazardous areas such as mines. These systems are important for mining operations. A place where there is the risk of explosion or fire.
These systems operate on 3.5 kHz channels from 4 to 11 MHz. They have a range of up to 2500 meters depending on the frequency. The frequencies themselves are not the UHF or VHF frequencies as in MSF (Mining Safety and Health) systems. But rather low-band or high-band. The way in which they operate is very similar to the MSF systems, except that they use different frequency ranges. Hence, there is no concern about interference. The amount of signal required in a mine setting is significantly higher than that used in an MSF system. Therefore you can use more power, which will allow for a greater range.
Why Are Mine Radio Systems Important?
Mines are dangerous places to work, producing large amounts of hazardous materials such as methane. Any explosive atmosphere can cause a spark that could trigger an explosion and destroy the mine or even kill workers.
Because of this danger, employees in a mine must be communicated if there is an emergency. The safest way to do so is through radio communication. It can be difficult to communicate with mine workers once the mine floods. Mine radio systems allow people in the mine to communicate if there is an emergency and allow for routine operations.
An explosion can cause gases to be released into the air, which would make it difficult for people in the mine to breathe. This is where a radio system comes in very handy because signals can be sent over distances far away from where an explosion occurred.
How Do Mine Radio Systems Work?
Miners usually use these systems underground, but they can also work in hazardous situations such as explosions or fires. It is designed to allow people in a mine to communicate with each other to make sure everyone stays safe. The system consists of two antennas required for communication and one receiver that puts out the signals. As with any radio communication system, there are three parts that make up a Mine Radio System: the transmitter, the receiver, and the antenna.
The antenna determines the location of the signal. This part of the system controls where the signal will go and how much power it takes to reach a certain point on earth. In any Minesafe Radio System, two antennas are used, which are placed in different locations. The signals sent from these two antennas are received by a receiver, which can create a radio communication path between any two points of radio transmission.
Safety of the Workforce
Modern technology in mining can support real-time monitoring and control of machinery, people, and conditions. Radio communication is a necessity for miners, support groups, control rooms, and other personnel to stay in constant contact.
It’s Easy to Use
Becker Wholesale Mine Supply’s Kenwood NX-203/303 radios were designed with real-life problems in mind. It is easy to use thanks to the friendly UI and ergonomic ID.
Robust and Versatile
Kenwood NX-203/303 radios are well-known for their ruggedness and rich features. Different industries have different radio requirements. Becker Wholesale Mine Supply uses multiple series to facilitate team communication across all scenarios.
- Clarity – Clear audio delivered with advanced noise cancelling algorithms.
- Ruggedness – You can survive the most difficult conditions and still be able to accomplish your mission.
- Safety – Make sure your staff is safe with safety features like lone worker and man down.
- Messaging – Send information and work orders via pre-programmed text messages.
- Call Types – Call for support in various work situations with individual, group, or emergency calls.
The SMART COM LEAKY SYSTEM is an innovative new design for Mine Radio Systems available at Becker Wholesale Mine Supply. It utilizes a combination of analog, electronic, and digital technologies. These components work together to produce a system that finds mines in harsh environments at early stages, reliably clears mines, survives adversarial environments, and provides information about the mine. Contact us now!