Case Studies

Oslo Metro case study

We worked with Telenor to deploy a coverage system that delivers reliable 2G, 3G and 4G wireless connection to passengers on the Oslo Metro every day. This was is the first MIMO deployment inside a metro environment.

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Heathrow Terminal 2 case study

With a capacity of 30 million passengers each year, Heathrow’s newest phase of development ‘Terminal 2’ required the latest cellular and public safety coverage solutions, serving all emergency services, airport personnel and of course, the general public.

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East Midlands Trains case study

Working in conjunction with Vodafone and East Midlands Trains, we helped to deploy a digital onboard coverage system that delivers a reliable wireless connection to passengers every day. The first of its kind in the UK, the system supports 2G, 3G and 4G cellular services.

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Brazil Stadia case study

With a busy summer ahead, Brazil’s stadia will be staying connected with the help of our equipment. Working alongside RFS, we have helped to provide a multi-band multi-operator system into some of the largest stadiums in Brazil.

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Singapore TETRA network case study

Working with the Singapore public safety network, we provided a state-of-the-art public safety communications system that is flexible and future-proof, covering the whole city from their government buildings to underground metro network.

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The Shard case study

The Shard is one of Europe’s tallest multi-use buildings and working with Vodafone, it is now the highest man-made point in the UK that users can text, call and tweet from.

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A guide to DAS optimisation white paper

The optimisation of an in-building distributed antenna system (DAS) has traditionally been a function of coverage and capacity. A third consideration has come into play with the increased capacity demand created by new generation mobile technologies – an essential requirement to future-proof the system and ensure coverage for a variety of wireless technologies.

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MIMO Off Air Repeaters white paper

To provide throughput in LTE networks it is essential to reduce the link loss between the eNodeB and the Mobile. For Hot spots and smaller areas this can be achieved in an easy way by using off air repeaters on a MIMO network.

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