Puerto Morelos, Q.R.. — A new radio tower for the municipality of Puerto Morelos has been inaugurated. The new communication tower will be used to strengthen security reported the Secretary of Public Security of Quintana Roo, Lucio Hernández Gutiérrez.
He explained that the tower is the 14th repeater in the state and has eight channels and a frequency for exclusive use for security.
Puerto Morelos mayor, Blanca Merari Tziu Muñoz, inaugurated the new tower Monday along the Ruta de los Cenotes where it is located. She explained that the tower will provide effective and efficient service in the event of any emergency occurring in the municipality.
She said the addition of the tower is part of improving security conditions in Puerto Morelos. “Public strategies and policies support the actions that we have undertaken in this area since the beginning of this administration.
“An example is the event that brings us together today, the start-up of the Radio Communications Antenna for Public Security,” she commented during the event.
Blanca Merari Tziu explained that among the objectives of the operation of the antenna is to strengthen communications with neighboring towns, which will improve response times to complaints received through the 911 emergency number.
Lucio Hernández pointed out that this site joins the National Radio Communication Network and will provide coverage to Puerto Morelos and its surrounding areas.
“It is the 14th repeater in the state. It has eight channels and a frequency for exclusive use for security, which provides mission-critical communication capabilities to the security and justice instances of the three levels of government.
“The network has state coverage, unified, trunked and encrypted that provides service to more than 1,300 terminals within Quintana Roo and more than 110,000 nationwide,” he detailed.