Case Studies

Sands Resort & Casino case study

With no existing cellular coverage, the system in this disused building needed to include a completely redundant public safety system and a mobile network for customers, as well as internal radio communications for the smooth running of the new resort.

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Dubai Metro case study

Spanning 75km, the Dubai Metro is the world’s largest fully automated metro network. Adding a fully working customised TETRA network was essential to provide a fail-safe public safety system for the busy metro line.

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Istanbul Metro case study

We worked with AIR Telecommunications Solutions to add a reliable TETRA public safety solutions that was robust and reliable, to world’s second oldest subterranean urban rail line.

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Maldive Islands case study

The Maldive Islands – known as one of the most beautiful places in the world – needed coverage extension to their remotest of islands while lowering both CAPEX and OPEX.

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Malé in the Maldives case study

Faced with narrow streets, tightly packed buildings, and restrictions on cell towers we worked with mobile operator Wataniya to deliver 2G and 3G coverage via distributed multi-band digital repeaters linked to a ‘base station hotel’.

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Heathrow Airport T5 case study

London Heathrow’s brand new passenger terminal, dedicated to British Airways, took 18 years to design and 20,000 workers to build at a cost of £4.3bn. It needed a future proof cellular infrastructure for cellular operators, airports operators and the emergency services.

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Lincoln and Holland Tunnels case study

Measuring a combing total of 5.2km, the Lincoln and Holland tunnels run under the Hudson River, linking Manhattan Island in New York with New Jersey. The high level of traffic added an extra complexity to this project, and access restrictions also presented a challenge.

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