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The use of telemetry is a rapidly growing concept in the communications field and J & K Communications is an industry leader throughout the Midwest with our SCADA industrial system, short for Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition. SCADA provides you with remote control and data acquisition from remote locations. Power companies are using it for monitoring and controlling electrical substations, cities are monitoring utilities sewage flow, water flow and water tanks, and natural gas companies monitor gas pipelines.

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Call 260-244-7975 to discuss your needs.

Our friendly sales staff will help you determine what equipment will best accommodate your communication needs. We will be more than happy to come to your site to evaluate your current system or explain what a new system can bring to your operation.

J & K does not sell two-way products on the internet. There are many kinds of two-way radio products with, sometimes, small differences. We believe we are both better off if we can discuss your needs before you buy anything.

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J & K provides the best personalized, friendly, and reliable service. We supply both on-site and in-house service for both repair and/or installation of your communication products. Our field technicians and installers will come to you.
J & K's service technicians average fifteen years of quality service experience. And our highly trained installation team will bring your system; whether it is two radios or a fleet of vehicles, on line in a professional and dependable manner.
If you need technical assistance, call our shop for personalized, friendly service. Our motto is..."We're big enough to meet most any communications needs, but small enough to provide the service you expect."

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J & K inventories an extensive supply of both repair parts and accessories to service your needs. Our team will personally take time to help you select the proper accessory or repair part.

J & K's normal business hours are Mon-Fri 7am - 4pm Eastern Standard Time. If you can't bring your radio to us, ship it in and we will repair it and ship it back to you in a timely manner.
Our Service Department is an Authorized Service Center. Our technicians can repair your radio in-house.

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Public Safety

Applications: Police, Fire, and EMS Departments, Emergency Management Agencies, and 911 Centers all take advantage of the expert installation and service that J & K can provide. Several of these agencies also take advantage of our 365 day, 24 hour on-call service provided for critical emergency systems.

Experience: J & K has installed complete 911 dispatch centers, squad car, fire vehicle, and ambulance mobile radios for voice and data communications. Our team has also installed custom designed mobile computer mounts.

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Going Digital

The FCC decided on March 22, 2007 to change the date for the implementation of the 12.5 kHz equipment certification rules from January 1, 2005 to January 1, 2013. Manufacturers will be forced to stop producing any radio capable of 25 kHz. The FCC strongly urges licensees to consider migrating directly to 6.25 kHz technology by January 1, 2013 rather than first adopting 12.5 kHz technology and later migrating to 6.25 kHz technology. Deferring the implementation date permits manufacturers to develop and test equipment after the expected finalization of 6.25 kHz standards in the near future.

The switch to digital is obvious; digital has a much clearer sound and far better range than wideband. 6.25 kHz (very narrowband) digital gives the FCC the ability to put three channels in the same frequency band width as the current 25 kHz (wideband), wheras 12.5 kHz (narrowband) only allows for two channels. Because of this advantage, the FCC is urging customers to switch directly to 6.25 kHz.

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Columbia City Office 222 S. Tower View Dr.
Columbia City, IN 46725
260-244-7975 Phone 260-244-3253 Fax
Indianapolis Office 8212 Country Club Place
Indianapolis, IN 46214
317-271-2050 Phone 317-271-0046 Fax
Fort Wayne Office 226 Collins Dr., Suite 5
Fort Wayne, IN 46825
260-483-3511 Phone 260-483-4022 Fax