Carl J. Rader

Mr. Rader’s experience in the field of electronics and radio engineering spans 30 years. His specific public safety project experiences include project management, RF system design, computer networks and emergency operations center design and construction. While employed as a project manager for Broward County, Florida he was directly responsible for the construction of a countywide 800MHz trunked simulcast radio network valued then (mid 1990s) at $33.9M. Later, Mr. Rader provided system engineering services for the construction of Broward’s E-911 primary and backup dispatch centers; a computer-aided dispatch system and mobile data systems. Recently, Mr. Rader was employed as the Director of Emergency Communications Support for Ada County, Idaho. There his project responsibilities included 700MHz trunked simulcast radio, VHF radio, mobile data, AVL and systems supportive of E-911 operations.

Mr. Rader is a graduate of the College of New Jersey and has a Masters Degree in Computer Information System from the University of Phoenix. He is a longtime member of the IEEE and holds two US patents in the field of maritime navigation. Carl is based in Coral Springs, Florida where he is serving TCS public safety clients and projects throughout Florida as well as Georgia and the central Gulf Coast.

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