Case Studies

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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Brisbane Airport Link case study

As the largest road infrastructure project in Australia, we are proud to have worked with Thiess John Holland on this project. A multi-operator deployment as well as both radio broadcast, this was a challenging project with the final system consisting of 50 multiband optic repeaters.

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2012 Olympic Games case study

The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games delivered the ultimate in sporting drama, seeing over 10 million people attend the events over the 4 weeks during the summer. Read about how we helped keep one of the world’s biggest sporting events connected.

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Stockholm Metro case study

Replacing an existing system can produce numerous challenges including, the smooth transition of the old system to the new system without any down time. The Metro environment also poses a challenge with the restricted space within the tunnels and stations.

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Burj Khalifa case study

The Burj Khalifa is not only the world’s tallest building, but an outstanding feat of engineering. Standing at 828 meters high and consisting of more than 160 stories, it needed a TETRA solution it could rely on.

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Lainzer Tunnel case study

The challenge for this project was to implement a VHF and digital wireless system for the national Austrian railway operator ÖBB (Österreichische Bundesbahnen). We worked with Kapsch CarrierCom to work with a completely redundant public safety and cellular system and bring it up to date to provide reliable coverage.

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IMOP Operation Principles white paper

Repeaters are used to provide coverage for mobile devices within an area that is isolated from the mobile network, for example the inside of a building or train. The IMOP algorithm is part of the digital signal processing for the repeater, and can help identify when isolation margins have become low.

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TETRA SDR Repeater white paper

The new digital TETRA repeater from Cobham Wireless offers an impressive list of features thanks to the use of Software Defined Radio (SDR) technology. The new concept offers higher performance and flexibility and makes it possible to add future enhancements and new functionality by simply downloading new software to the product.

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