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QComm is pleased to announce our state-of-the art drone technology to perform important studies to our clients.

QForce specializes in installation work on the current channel repack, has teamed up with Australian-based SixArms, which uses unmanned aerial vehicle technologies to provide efficient, accurate and cost-effective measurement solutions. The Airborne Division utilizes proven signal verification and coverage mapping technology to capture the characterizations of antenna systems. This system allows measurements of Horizontal Radiation Patterns (HRP), Vertical Radiation Patterns (VRP), Effective Radiated Patterns (ERP), polarization discriminations and many other specific modulation parameters while providing overall uncertainties in the order of 1-2dB. QComm’s Airborne Division will be one of just two SixArm certified “operators” within the United States.

The use of a properly designed and technologically equipped UA system can greatly enhance the real understanding and effectiveness of our customers’ products while bringing added security, safety and awareness to the geographical locations where these products reside, thus reducing assumptions and needless human climbs.

The QComm (QForce – Airborne Division) provides this resource to our customers using guidelines for carrying out sUAS operations for wireless and broadcast communications tower facilities (Tower(s)) in accordance with Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations Part 107, the UAS Pilots Code, and the procedures generated by the QForce managers. In addition to the reviewing and complying with any existing, new, or amended content published in the Federal Register by the Federal Government of the United States, the appropriate National Aviation Authorities, or any local/state regulations where QForce PICs intend to operate. All flight operation surrounding QForce Clients and the use of an sUAS under AC107- 2(4.1) when conducted by QForce PICs around towers for the purpose of inspections, monitoring, mapping or any other activity related to the maintenance, repair, or documentation of communications towers is strictly adhered to. All flights will comply with federal 107 rules, regulations, insurance requirements, certifications and QForce internal operations specifications.


Field Study

Validation of near and far field measurements at the pre-described FCC heights.


Ongoing RF Line and Bullet degradation validates and provides a historical base line at time of installation or after years of use.

Tower Mapping

Monitoring of vertical height of equipment placed on the structure and providing a record and basic inventory

Tower Inspection

Thermal imaging combined with HD video used to locate/review/monitor large line pressurized leak points from the tower base to the antenna input.

Tower Wildlife Inspections

Let us inspect for rust and bird’s nests.

Routine Maintenance Programs

Qforce routine maintenance program allows our customers to always be in the know.. base line data is captured and validated then used to compare against for the duration of the contract.  Maintenance programs are completely customizable to fit the customers needs and have an absolute need

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Phil B. Larsen
Vice President - Airborne Division - Q Force


Phil Larsen, one of leading subject matter experts in vertical inspection by way of UAV in a RF environment, has been appointed vice president of the Airborne Division and will be responsible for leading the QForce team, a group of specialists tapped to operate, service and support the new division. Larsen’s career dates back over a decade and includes extensive experience designing solutions and advising the telecommunication industry on the benefits of using UAVs. Larsen previously worked for the DoD, NSA, CIA, Navy and other governmental agencies globally, and brings with him an exceptional background and understanding of the safe, accurate and overall benefits this technology will deliver to QComm customers.