Leaky feeder systems are crucial aspects of a mining site. At Becker Communications, we offer the RNG-500 VHF LEAKY FEEDER CABLE. This top-of-the-line cable provides multiple simultaneous noise-free* voice and data radio channels. The robust and low-maintenance VHF communication platform ensures the lowest cost of ownership on the market. Narrowband radio modems can also be used to provide a 9600 bps fixed/mobile data connection over the entire coverage area of the Leaky Feeder network. Don’t let your mining operation suffer from poor communication infrastructure. Invest in the best with Becker Communications.
Implementation of this product is simple and the mining process is made more efficient. Becker Communications only offers the best for your mining needs. Each cable is outfitted with flame-resistant PVC outer shielding.
The cable is also MSHA approved and it can be installed interchangeably with Smartcom® 150 and Smartcom®150 IS systems. This interchangeability makes updates easy no matter what industry you are working in.
Multiple voice and data channels with super-low intermodulation noise levels are just some of the features that make the RNG 500 VHF LEAKY FEEDER CABLE the best on the market. Whether you are in need of a high quality data network for all of your equipment needs or you need the best in communications to handle safety and prevention in the mining site, we are here to help with the best tools in the industry.
We install the system with proper amplifier spacing to ensure a quality communications supply with the surface and throughout even a narrow mining site.
Between their rugged construction, heavy duty shielding and flame retardant properties, the RNG 500 VHF LEAKY FEEDER CABLE is the only choice for your mining operation’s communication needs. We can install this system or integrate it with your current leaky feeder for optimal results.
This post was written by Justin Tidd, Director at Becker Mining Communications! For over 15 years, Becker Communications has been the industry’s leader in increasingly more sophisticated electrical mining communication systems. As they expanded into surface mining, railroads, and tunneling they added wireless communication systems, handheld radios, tagging and tracking systems, as well as gas monitoring.