Lightning Protection Survey for Radome Radar Sites

ALLTEC was contracted to perform a lighting protection study of several AN/FPS-117 and AN/FPS-124 radar sites part of the American Canadian North Warning System. Because these radar systems are predominately located in northern latitudes, they have unique environmental conditions [...]

Minimizing Risks to Satellite Facilities

The goal for ground-based satellite audio and video services is to be online 24/7. Any unplanned service interruption or equipment breakdown has a negative impact on customer satisfaction, industry revenue, and profit margins. Industry professionals generally accept that [...]

Telecommunication Towers for the Military Industry

Grounding Design for the US Marine Corps at the 29 Palms Project ALLTEC has built a reputation of solving some of the world's most challenging lightning, grounding, and power quality problems using its comprehensive facility approach. For [...]

Grounding/Bonding, Surge Protection, & Lightning Protection for the Telecom Industry

Grounding/Bonding, Surge Protection, and Lightning Protection for the Telecommunications Industry

Telecom Grounding Systems — Part III

In Part 3 of our series on telecom grounding systems, we will concentrate on Motorola R56 Chapter 4 - External Grounding (Earthing). There are many sections in the Motorola R56 specifications, including site design and development, communications, building and design, internal grounding, power sources, surge protective devices, minimizing interference, and equipment installation.

Telecom Grounding Systems — Part II

Telecom Grounding Systems: The Importance of the Motorola R56 Specifications (Part II) In Part two of our telecom grounding system series per the Motorola R56 Standard, we will deal with a few concepts. First, we’ll look [...]

ALLTEC appears in Wade4Wireless July Podcast

Now, who is ALLTEC? That is the company that can give you end to end solutions for not only lightning protection, but surge protection in general. It’s not just about the big surges, it is about the breakdown of equipment over time.

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