Rocky Mountain Communication
Systems (RMCS) is a division of Rocky Mountain Oilfield
Warehouse. RMCS was established
to allow Rocky Mountain Oilfield Warehouse to better serve
the needs of its telemetry, communications and public safety
Rocky Mountain Oilfield Warehouse was founded in 1954 by
P.H. Cooper as a provider of drilling equipment, field services
and warehousing for the petroleum industry. From its initial
two employees, Rocky Mountain Oilfield Warehouse has grown
to 28 employees in 3 locations and over $15 million in sales
with zero debt. Integrity and good reputation are cornerstones
of the business.
RMCS provides numerous services to the oil & gas industries
and public safety marketplaces. Primary among these is the
implementation of telemetry and communications systems in
Wyoming, Montana, Colorado and the Dakotas. Capabilities
include microwave path studies and profiling, wide area
propagation studies of frequencies from 2 MHz to 30 GHz.
RMCS has extensive experience in the design, licensing,
construction and maintenance of wireless communication systems
typically used in the petroleum, law enforcement and commercial
marketplaces. These systems include both analog and digital
systems for data and voice applications. Specific systems
and manufacturers include:
- Narrow and wide band point to multi-point
digital data systems including licensed MAS, spread spectrum
and DSS ISM and Ethernet.
- Narrow and wide band point-to-point digital
data systems including licensed and ISM band microwave
systems, both short and long haul.
- Digital and analog voice systems for
two-way dispatch including conventional, APCO 25 and wide
area communication systems.
Communication system services also include the design
and implementation of infrastructure such as communication
shelters, self-support and guyed towers to 750ft in height,
path alignment for microwave systems, UPS systems and
solar/wind power systems.
RMCS’s telemetry offering includes all phases of typical
petroleum drilling and production telemetry. RMCS personnel
have installed 1000’s of RTU’s and their associated
infrastructure across the United States. These include turn-key
systems involving SCADA host software packages, communications,
RTU’s, primary devices, calibration and well site
services such as trenching and cable laying.
Key to the success of any telemetry system
is service and maintenance. RMCS offers monthly contract
and call out maintenance for all components of telemetry
systems including host software packages as supplied by
A partial list of manufacturer’s systems
and components that RMCS personnel have implemented includes: