Riedel has more than 25 years of experience in radio solutions and will work with you starting right in the planning stage.
Riedel has more than 25 years of experience in radio solutions and will work with you starting right in the planning stage. After an analysis of your specific communications needs we will help you choose the appropriate technology and equipment. We then develop the infrastructure and design a communications plan from start to finish taking the requirements of your entire project into consideration.
Are you planning to purchase radio equipment, but are not really sure about your needs or what gear is right for you? Riedel offers on-site consulting to find solutions to fit your precise demands including on-site tests for radio coverage. And also after your purchase: Difficulties – whether they are technical or on the user end – can best be solved where they occur: on-site. In the case of a system failure or the need for urgent repairs, you can count on Riedel’s short-term and effective support.
Large events always have very high radio traffic. In order to avoid collisions and breakdowns, radio frequency planning, frequency coordination and radio control are required.
Riedel has the know-how, personnel, technical equipment and resources to obtain and coordinate radio frequencies worldwide. We offer services that span the range from consulting to complete on-site services and from planning to the operation of all RF equipment, including RF video links, wireless microphones and mobile radios.
The continuing satisfaction of our clients is important to us - even long after the delivery date. Comprehensive repair and service guarantees quick, expert and cost-effective support.
You have a temporary project that is more challenging than your day-to-day demands? No problem – as one of the largest rental companies for professional mobile radio, Riedel offers cost-effective rental solutions to temporarily upgrade your stock and installation. Riedel’s portfolio spans from simple dry-hire of two-way radios to setting-up complex digital TETRA or P25 radio networks covering large geographical areas. For example, Riedel provided a temporary P25 digital radio network infrastructure including 10,000 radio subscribers, which was utilized for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games.