Educational Service Center (ESC) Region VI – Huntsville, TX
JTS designed, installed, and provides ongoing maintenance for a turn-key licensed microwave ring across 9 school districts within ESC Region VI, in conjunction with BVCNet. The network spanned across Walker, Grimes, Washington, Burleson, Milam, and Robertson counties. Included in this project was the construction of self-supporting towers and deployment of WiMAX networks for the various ISDs. (January 2012 – Present)


Early Independent School District (ISD) – Early, TX
JTS installed a wall-bracketed tower for the school district, and installed an unlicensed 60 GHz millimeter-wave link between their High School and Elementary School to provide high speed gigabit connectivity between facilities. Six years later, JTS later replaced this link with a 80 GHz licensed E-band link, with a throughput of up to 2 Gigabit. JTS continues to provide ongoing maintenance and for the school district as needed. (2010 – Present)



North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) – Arlington, TX
JTS is currently working with GDT (General Datatech) on completion of Phase 1 of a backup system for NCTCOG’s existing Regional 9-1-1 system, which spans across 14 counties in North Central Texas. JTS has contributed the wireless infrastructure aspects of this project, including 22 communications towers and 54 licensed microwave links, which form a self-healing ring among this multi-county network. The design, procurement, project management, installation, provisioning, and ongoing maintenance of this ring have been key elements in the successful execution this project, which requires close coordination with multiple PSAPs (Public Safety Answering Points). (June 2015 – Present)


City of Houston – Houston, TX
JTS has provided installation, maintenance, and support services for the City of Houston. The equipment installed and supported during this timeframe includes both licensed an unlicensed microwave equipment from a variety of vendors. JTS has had an integral part in the design and build of a licensed microwave ring to support the City’s Public Works infrastructure, as well as tower construction projects. (September 2009 – Present)


Ector County – Odessa, TX
JTS designed, installed, and provides ongoing maintenance for a turn-key licensed microwave ring consisting of four (4) licensed links and nine (9) unlicensed links for Ector County facilities in and around Odessa, TX. Included in this project was the construction of two steel self-supporting towers and the recabling of several County buildings. Ram Comm Inc. was JTS’ key subcontractor on this project, and their work exceeded expectations of both JTS and the County. (January 2012 – Present)


City of Denton – Denton, TX
JTS has designed, installed, and provides ongoing maintenance for several City-owned municipal water facilities, including licensed and unlicensed microwave links. JTS has also installed self-supporting towers and cabling infrastructure for the City. (2005 – Present)


Electrical Utility

Lea County Electric Cooperative Lovington, NM
JTS has designed and completed installation of new wireless backhaul network for Lea County Electrical Cooperative Inc. in Lea County, New Mexico. The project included the construction of nine 195’ self-supporting towers, 24 monopoles, 12 licensed microwave links and 24 unlicensed spur links to interconnect all substations and switches. JTS was also in charge of network engineering and installation of the layer 3 network needed for data transport. (2013-2015)


Grand River Dam Authority (GRDA) Vinita, OK                                                                                                                                                                                          GRDA transmits and delivers electricity across a 24-county service area in Northeastern Oklahoma. In order to better service the 9,000 acre MidAmerica Industrial Park (the largest in Oklahoma), GRDA needed a more effective means of collecting metering data. GRDA sought a secure wireless radio network to provide real time meter readings.

GRDA contracted JTS to perform site surveys and provide spectrum analysis, RF engineering, and an overall system design. After identifying and surveying the 7 master stations, JTS visited several meter locations to survey and capture data. Ultimately, 133 meter sites were identified. The JTS design was based on the Cambium PMP 450i point-to-multipoint product, in the 3.6 GHz band. JTS installed access points at the master sites, and provided training for GRDA’s staff for the meter/subscriber locations. (2016-2017)