Advance technology utilize in RF Planning for faster effect

RF Planning is the process of assigning frequencies, transmitter locations and parameters of a wireless communications system to provide sufficient coverage and capacity for the services required. The RF plan of a cellular communication system has two objectives: coverage and capacity. Coverage relates to the geographical footprint within the system that has sufficient RF signal strength to provide for a call/data session. Capacity relates to the capability of the system to sustain a given number of subscribers. Capacity and coverage are interrelated. Our design team is experienced in radio frequency planning for both point-to-point and point-to-multipoint applications in order to achieve spectrally efficient network designs. Our experts know their work.3D map RF planning is extra-accurate high-resolution databases for high range networks planning in densely built-up areas. Datasets in 3D models include accurate Digital Terrain Model (DTM) and above-ground features such as buildings, vegetation and engineering constructions.3D Models are the most accurate data which allows to enhance the accuracy and automation of network planning by taking into account all obstacles, possible effects and objects of urban environment, and therefore it provide a valuable advantage for planning of RF networks. High-accurate 3D data allow the address most of the in-building problems using small cells, avoiding slow-to-deploy processes and enabling cost saving within stages of network rollout, improvements and network management. Browse our website http://www.boodmoe.com to make deal with us for your requirements.

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