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YRH is pleased to announce that Mr. René Morissette join as a new shareholder. »
Pathloss 5.1 Virtual classroom | May and June 2022 »
YRH celebrates 55 years in telecommunications! »
Appointment of Martin Villemure as ITS and Telecommunications Senior Project Manager »
Appointment of René Morissette as Director of FTTH and Outside plants »
YRH congratulates the Quebec government's initiative »
YRH congratulate the Ontario government »
A Year Has Passed Already! »
YRH writes another page of history and marks a milestone event »
Mobile communications are everywhere and spectrum management is getting more complex every day: our experts are there for you.
Since 1967, YRH assists multiple businesses like yours in broadcasting. Annually, YRH realizes hundreds of projects for clients in Canada and globally.
YRH assists you with analysis and deployment of IP solutions, outside plant networks and FTTH, intelligent transport systems, cabling systems and security, data center, ...
Our in-building engineers are using the best tools on the market to bring you the most complete solutions for in-building coverage.
YRH provides multiple elements to help you achieve Safety Code 6 compliance: surveys, antenna position redesign, EMF simulation, pre-installation assessment and mitigation solutions research.
YRH offers training courses for a variety of wireless telecommunication systems, notably microwave transmission, radio broadcasting...
The new version of Pathloss has improved significantly, allowing for the design with new radio capabilities including multiband links and carrier aggregation. Therefore, a specific course has been developed to help MW designers learn the concepts and develop a methodology to use with the Pathloss 6 software.
This training is to impart thorough understanding of the interactions of RF energy with the human body, to demystify the associated health risks and to position these risks relative to Health Canada’s Safety Code 6 exposure limits.