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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Email or call 616.772.2300 anytime with confidence. We are staffed to serve you from 9AM to 5PM Eastern Time, Monday through Friday. Leave a voicemail 24 hours a day. Team members' areas of expertise and phone extensions are listed below.


Emergency Support
 
Weekdays 9-5 Eastern, call 616.772.2300; press 5.
After hours and holidays, call 616.772.2300; press 8.
Our technicians will respond promptly.


Getting a Quote

 
Email us or call 616.772.2300, extension 102. Be sure to let us know which product or service interests you.

Location & Phone/Fax

Mail to PO Box 51, Zeeland, MI, USA 49464-0051
Ship to 3368 88th Ave, Zeeland, MI, USA 49464
Phone 616.772.2300
Fax 616.772.2966


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Technical Services
Bill Baker
616.772.2300 Ext 102
  Geoff Penna
616.772.2300 Ext 106
  Tom Coviak
616.772.2300 Ext 104
  Linda Folland
616.772.2300 Ext 101
  Megan Baker
616.772.2300 Ext 103
Planning, Quotes, Licenses & Recordings Planning, Quotes, R&D, Shipments, Rentals, Repairs Planning, Quotes, Project Management & Hotline Communications Design / Development Payable / Receivable Accounts
Bill is your first point of contact. He can help you compare products and services to see which are most appropriate for your application and get a quote into your hands quickly. Bill also can assist you with frequency searches and licensing services and can arrange professional recording services for your station.   Geoff oversees systems research and development, testing, fabrication, distribution, repairs and assists with customer visits and training. He also manages internet streaming services and assists with temporary station rentals. Contact Geoff, if you have a question about a project he helped with or you have a system operation question.   Tom provides planning assistance and quotes plus manages installations and assists with production, repairs, shipping and FCC licensing. He can visit your installation and provide any optimization and training needed. Tom also manages the customer-service-emergency, after-hours hotline. Contact Tom if you have a technical question about your station.   Linda carries through design, development and production of our internal and external communication projects, including support for our partner network and our nonprofit organization AAIRO. Email Linda if you have a question about this site, would like to join AAIRO or wish to subscribe to our monthly information radio newsletter The Source.   Megan administers payables and receivables. Contact her with questions about accounting issues.
   
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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