NEW SITE installation in TELECOM

This is an amazing video. For all those who need to quickly understand what is needed to build a base station, from 3G, 4G, 5G cellular networks.

Even for installation company employees, to understand the entire process that must be done.

And even if you’re just a “curious”: it’s worth seeing the process that these great professionals, many times anonymous, do every day to bring the newest generations of cell phones to you.

The video is in 3D, and makes it easier to understand. :grinning:

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Yes, above is a great video.

But do not miss this one too: Telecom Base Station Materials: A 3D Walkthrough!

Amazing 3D animation from Sanyuan Group:

Youtube: Telecom Base Station Materials: A 3D Walkthrough - YouTube

  • Cell Site

    • It’s defined as the entire set of equipment needed to receive and transmit radio signals for cellular voice and data transmission.
  • Site planning

    • A site planning where the nominals parameters " coordinates, azimuth, elevation, propagation predictions etc … " are determined, It enables the preparation of a balanced network strategy and ensures that customers are happy with your services.
  • Site Survey

    • In this step on the installation process is to conduct a site survey to determine to confirm or change the initial parameters of planning according to field results such as suitability of the location for the installation of telecom equipment.
    • Factors such as accessibility, power supply, and structural stability are evaluated during this phase.
  • Engineering and Design

    • Once the site survey is complete, engineers will design the infrastructure required for the site based on the specifications provided by the telecom provider.
    • This includes determining the number and type of antennas required for the site, and designing the cabling, power and grounding systems necessary to support them.
  • Equipment Installation

    • After the engineering and design phase, the actual installation process begins.
    • This includes installing the equipment, such as antennas, cables, and power systems, and configuring them to ensure they are functioning properly.
  • Testing and Commissioning

    • Once the installation is complete, a series of tests are carried out to ensure that the equipment is functioning correctly and is ready to provide the necessary coverage and connectivity.
    • This includes testing the signal strength, voice and data quality, and coverage area.
  • Integration and Optimization

    • After the installation is complete and the equipment has been tested, it must be integrated into the larger telecom network.
    • The equipment is then optimized to ensure the best possible performance and coverage.
  • Maintenance

    • Finally, ongoing maintenance and monitoring of the site is essential to ensure that the equipment is functioning correctly and any issues are quickly identified and resolved.