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Well the smaller earthquake is enough to disrupt cell phone service what about a massive -- my next guest says it power is out in your land -- is knocked out.
Don't count your cell phone to help you out.
History proves he's right more often than not it's -- useless trying to was the CEO.
Of IP -- -- that in essence affirmed that established is so service and disaster areas but you're right about that brand.
Coverage is goes is that because everyone views in the darn thing of the same time.
Yes certainly the networks being overwhelmed by everyone wanted to do call I'll let everyone -- define their what's going on and there are areas that.
A major problem but also just the weather taking the towers are -- through infrastructure.
Out of business so what do you do to circumvent.
Well we operate at geo stationary orbit which is a little more than 22000 miles.
-- so it's about the atmosphere.
And we utilized a special antenna manufactured by ground control which allows for.
A single button auto acquisition following the storm.
To ensure that.
Regardless of what the ground looks like you're still in business.
-- but how do you get in business with you in on of those if you have and existing service provider.
How -- that service provider of a -- you are good or I get you.
Yeah well certainly you need to have some infrastructure in place such as these -- we operate with over 200.
Public safety agencies around the country where it -- Lantana so they added that -- where are.
There on top of command vehicles for -- 911 -- on.
The rooftop of hospitals or businesses that have critical communication needs that can't afford to be down.
Even for a moment now what is the range -- other -- how far close to have to be within the range of each and -- to to to use your phone.
Sure you have once -- -- while once you hit the antenna you can distribute that via a number different wireless technology is.
Or wired technologies to expand the footprint of the communication -- Nevertheless a lot of people don't have those antennas a lot of you aren't set up -- that's a once again I would imagine.
We're gonna deal with the same thing cell service down.
I imagine that gets to border on a security threat in something like that happens or keeps.
Well you must understand that the agencies are are quite aware of this problem they have.
The infrastructure in place they do a lot of planning went this year -- so they're prepared many businesses are also prepared.
And for those businesses who aren't prepared with infrastructure they can contact us and our local partners can come out and resource service as we did with Katrina.
And provide that service and tell cell phone service is restored.
Look at not our Brian -- thank you very much.
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