Information Station Specialists is the best known source of travelers information stations, highway advisory radio, advisory signs and services needed to reach motorists with public service information. Learn more about Information Station Specialists.
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Fixed, Licensed Information Radio Stations
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“When all other critical infrastructure was lost intermittently due to strong power surges, we were able to rely on the [ALERT] AM Radio [station] to keep the community informed.”
Jackie Jenkins
Communications Coordinator
Montecito Fire Department, CA






ALERT AM 
A fixed-location radio system for public safety, emergency management and transportation. Includes automatic NOAA "all-hazard" warnings, IP-based programming with telco redundancy; audio processor. Options: multi-station synchronization, battery backup, simulcast streaming, link to emergency notifications. A variety of antenna and cabinet choices..






Information Station 
The Information Station  
This is an information radio station for general fixed-location applications. Versions include “IP” – operable via network/USB and “Classic” – operable voicemail-style via telephone or local.




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ITS6000 
This fixed Highway Advisory Radio (HAR) system features a 4-day operational battery backup, targeted NOAA "All-Hazard" warning interruptions and a pad-mounted outdoor cabinet. Optional GPS frequency synchronization for multiple stations. Flexible design to meet the needs of departments of transportation.
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PO Box 51, Zeeland, Michigan, USA, 49464-0051, Phone 616.772.2300, Fax 616.772.2966, Email info@theRADIOsource.com

The USA's best known source for Travelers' Information Stations, Highway Advisory Radio & related products/services.


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Information Radio Stations is a generic term synonymous with Travelers Information Stations (TIS), Highway Advisory Radio Stations (HAR) / Highway Information Systems & Low Power Radio Stations (LPR). Operation of the stations is governed by FCC Part 90.242 Rules. A FCC license is required. Information Radio Stations may be fixed or portable. Subcomponents may include transmitter, antenna and ground system, digital voice player, wateter, cabinet with conventional or Corbin locks, lightning arrestors for RF, power and telephone lines, coaxial cable. Most stations employ black maximized antennas to discourage ice accumulation and security measures to prevent unauthorized program access. Options include synchronization, battery backup, solar power, remote programming by local, network or telco, multi-station audio distribution via RF or LAN / WAN or wireless network.