Founded in 1983, Information Station Specialists is the nation's best
known source for Information Radio Stations (TIS/HAR), advisory
the specialized services required to
transmit spoken messages to citizens − the only such source
providing products entirely made in America.
Fixed radio station with NOAA
'All-Hazard' warning interruptions targeted to your county;
multiple power and programming options, including GPS
synchronized (multiple) stations, battery backup, large
cabinet for flexibility. FCC-licensed. Range 25-75 square
miles. Used in combination with Flashing ALERT Signs.
Compact, hand-portable information radio
station that can roll to an incident by land, sea or air.
Housed in an easy-to-transport, high-impact,
weather-resistant case, RadioSTAT can operate from a fixed
location when not required in the field. Controlled via
flash drive or network. FCC-licensed. Range 25-75 square
miles. Used in combination with FASTrack Signs.
The Information StationTM
Fixed, information radio station for
general applications. Versions include “IP” – operable via
network/USB and “Classic” – operable voicemail-style via
telephone or local. FCC-licensed. Range 25-75 square miles.
Used in combination with Flashing ALERT Signs.
Portable Advisory Radio Station
Powered via solar power and controlled by
wireless means, this trailer-mounted radio station and
Changeable Message Sign (CMS) throws a full 25-to-75 square
mile signal (3 to 5 mile radius) to motorists. Special FCC
licensing allows both fixed and territorial licenses.
Available with or without CMS sign.
Fixed highway advisory radio (HAR)
system. Standard features include 4-day operational battery
backup and targeted NOAA 'All-Hazard' warning interruption.
Optional GPS frequency stabilization, antenna mounting
styles, cabinets and program control. Flexible design to
meet DOT needs. FCC-licensed. Range 25-75 square miles.
These signs can advise motorists of the
presence of information radio station signals and general
public safety information. Styles: Quick-erect, fixed
flashing beacon, fixed LED and portable changeable message
Pure sine-wave AC inverter plus high
capacity charger with hefty battery pack, all packaged in a
weather-resistant portable case. Charges at any standard
120VAC power outlet. Provides pure, clean, energy quietly.
Approved for indoor use. May be employed as a power source
for the RadioSTAT Portable Radio Station.
US Patents: PowerPlane Flex Factory-Assembled Groundplane (5,495,261),
Vertical Profile Antenna System (7,027,008).
Trademarks: 2XTM Signal
Booster, ALERT AMTM
Emergency Advisory Radio System, AP55TM
Digital Message Player, ENcastTM
Emergency Notification Broadcast System, FAS6000TM
Flashing Beacons & Controller, FASTrackTM
Quick-Erect Sign, Flashing ALERTTM
Sign System, HearMoreInfoSM
Internet Broadcasts, Information Station Specialists, InfoRadioTM
Format, Information Station ClassicTM,
Information Station IPTM,
Radio Station, IP8TM Digital
Message Player, IP76TM
Digital Message Player, ITS6000TM
Highway Advisory Radio Network, NX8RTM
Digital Message Player, OP2200TM
On-Premise Radio Broadcast System, Potential Interference Notification
ServicesTM (PINS), Power
Loss Notification ModuleTM,
Factory-Assembled Groundplane, PowerSTATTM
Portable Power Source, RadioExpressSM
Portable Information Radio Service, RadioSTATTM
Portable Emergency Advisory Radio Station, RoadRunnR®
Portable Highway Advisory Radio Station, Signal Measurement RadioTM
Internet Broadcast Service, StealthTM
Sign, StreamCastSM Internet
Broadcast Service, Stylized ISS LogoTM,
SX200TM Wattmeter, TR6000TM
Vertical Profile Antenna System, VoiceStarTM
Portable Highway Advisory Radio Station (with our without Changeable
Message Sign), Wireless Audio LinkTM.
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, wattmeter, 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.