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Paging Systems

Paging Systems are a public address or loudspeaker wireless communication system specially designed for a one-way communication to a large group to make announcements and notify or summon people. In large buildings, paging systems commonly are divided into a number of zones, or coverage areas. This user-friendly device helps in sending quick messages and eases down your communication worries where voice calls might not be desired (or possible).

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Some Benefits and Advantages of Paging Systems

There are a number of advantages to using a one-way paging system versus other means of mass communication:

  • Emails are often ignored or captured by spam blockers.
  • Mass texts depend on a strong, local phone network.
  • A paging system is hard-wired into the building’s infrastructure, allowing reliable mass communication.
  • A network of speakers ensure that a message is communicated to every area of a building simultaneously. It’s also possible to send pages to specific building “zones” if needed.
  • Another key benefit of a paging system is that no dedicated broadcast mechanism is required. An employee can simply pick up the phone, select the paging system and broadcast to the entire building.