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  • N. A. Corbier
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    Originally posted by Bill Warnock
    Nathan, if this gentleman were at the top of his game, he would know all about proximity phenomenology and the various studies one must conduct prior to making any attempt to install such a system. A study of radiative as well as conductive interference would be helpful in additon to know where high power emitters were located along with radiative power as well as frequency spectrum. Propagation studies published by the FCC would also prove useful.
    I don't think our young friend took Geoff's hint to post elsewhere. He might be advertising his wares.
    Enjoy the day,
    Bill
    Bill, considering the little fits he's having in my private mail box, which I got to pull out CAN-SPAM for unsolicited commercial messages, I don't think he is at the top of his game. I'm done with him.

    Especially since 90% of what he posts IS spam. Unsolicited commercial messages which are not confined to the vendor forum.

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  • Secure Permagrin
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    Now that was the best information i heard yet regarding thihs problem, it may end up leading me to the solution.

    Thank you bill.

    Originally posted by Bill Warnock
    Nathan, if this gentleman were at the top of his game, he would know all about proximity phenomenology and the various studies one must conduct prior to making any attempt to install such a system. A study of radiative as well as conductive interference would be helpful in additon to know where high power emitters were located along with radiative power as well as frequency spectrum. Propagation studies published by the FCC would also prove useful.
    I don't think our young friend took Geoff's hint to post elsewhere. He might be advertising his wares.
    Enjoy the day,
    Bill

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  • Bill Warnock
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    Originally posted by N. A. Corbier
    I haven't been mean to you. You will know when I am mean to you.

    Please see my other post on how to successfully use this forum to effectively advertise your products and services for free. Remember, I am not only a moderator, I am a business person who does technical security and provides IT services. I use this forum to effectively network and market my company's services to one of our core markets: private security companies.

    Also, if you are in a management position, please have someone contact my company about your website. I see mistakes. Mistakes that your clients will also see. Mistakes that should be fixed.

    I won't even mention that if you're paying 20 bucks a month for hosting, you're firm is getting ripped off. I'll just mention the mistakes, and that my firm can work with you to fix those mistakes and save money on your web presence while maintaining or increasing the effectiveness of your internet presence solution.

    Anyone notice how I just slipped a sales pitch into that, but it isn't pure ad copy?
    Nathan, if this gentleman were at the top of his game, he would know all about proximity phenomenology and the various studies one must conduct prior to making any attempt to install such a system. A study of radiative as well as conductive interference would be helpful in additon to know where high power emitters were located along with radiative power as well as frequency spectrum. Propagation studies published by the FCC would also prove useful.
    I don't think our young friend took Geoff's hint to post elsewhere. He might be advertising his wares.
    Enjoy the day,
    Bill

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    Originally posted by N. A. Corbier
    Don't worry. Your potential clients will notice such mistakes. They always do.
    Lets not even talk about the fact your microsoft hosted shared web server is probably costing you three times as much as my Linux based web hosting costs, and provides a higher ROI due to support options (I bother to support clients), as well as more features, such as the ability to run open source software.

    People who pay 20 bucks a month for hosting either need a very powerful shared hosting package, or are usually overpaying by at least 10 dollars.

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    Originally posted by Secure Permagrin
    nice promotion there kid, but i dont think there is anything you can tell me about my website that is "wrong"
    Don't worry. Your potential clients will notice such mistakes. They always do.

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  • Secure Permagrin
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    nice promotion there kid, but i dont think there is anything you can tell me about my website that is "wrong"

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    I haven't been mean to you. You will know when I am mean to you.

    Please see my other post on how to successfully use this forum to effectively advertise your products and services for free. Remember, I am not only a moderator, I am a business person who does technical security and provides IT services. I use this forum to effectively network and market my company's services to one of our core markets: private security companies.

    Also, if you are in a management position, please have someone contact my company about your website. I see mistakes. Mistakes that your clients will also see. Mistakes that should be fixed.

    I won't even mention that if you're paying 20 bucks a month for hosting, you're firm is getting ripped off. I'll just mention the mistakes, and that my firm can work with you to fix those mistakes and save money on your web presence while maintaining or increasing the effectiveness of your internet presence solution.

    Anyone notice how I just slipped a sales pitch into that, but it isn't pure ad copy?

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  • Secure Permagrin
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    Originally posted by N. A. Corbier
    Secure Paradigm works for a company (I believe, or is on retainer and works for a PR or marketing firm) who makes and/or sells physical security and access control systems. Generally called Integrators.
    i guess they wanted to have proximity access for the firehouse, it was there decision we also sold them some cameras, and im not in PR i work for a security company that sells the fiber fence. and im fairly new to the industry so try and be a little bit more kind to me.

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    Secure Paradigm works for a company (I believe, or is on retainer and works for a PR or marketing firm) who makes and/or sells physical security and access control systems. Generally called Integrators.

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  • FireEMSPolice
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    Interesting, but why would a VFD need such access control systems? I know one that has a 5 digit keypad on the door.

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  • Secure Permagrin
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    it isnt my post, we suplied the VFD with the access control, and have had to help them reprogram all the passes, but its confusing as to why...

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  • FireEMSPolice
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    Your post is a Volunteer Fire Department? Does the station get broken into that badly?

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  • Secure Permagrin
    started a topic Proximity access control

    Proximity access control

    we have a client a volunteer fire department whos proximity cards are automaticly becoming invalid. has anyone ever had something like this happen?

    would exposure to magnetic interferance cause something like this? i'll look up the brand and get you more information when i hear it, untill then let me know is you've ever delt with a situation like this one.

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