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Tetra Coverage Solutions

Aegotel provides a comprehensive Tetra solution that caters to the communication needs of various industries. Our offers includes state-of-the-art Tetra infrastructure, reliable radios, efficient dispatch consoles, and robust network management systems. With a focus on delivering seamless and secure communication, Aegotel’s Tetra solution is well-suited for mission-critical operations in sectors such as public safety, transportation, utilities, and more. Our expertise and professional services ensure a successful deployment and ongoing support for the Tetra network, providing clients with a reliable and efficient communication platform.

Solution Designs
Site Survey
iBwave Proposal

The site survey is a vital initial step in the Tetra network design process. It involves conducting a thorough analysis of the target areas to determine their coverage requirements. During the survey, potential locations for base stations and repeaters are identified to ensure optimal signal coverage and performance. Antenna placement is carefully planned to minimize interference and maximize network efficiency. Interference analysis is also conducted to address any potential sources of signal disruption.

iBwave is a powerful software tool used for planning and designing wireless networks. In this step, a detailed proposal for the Tetra network is created using iBwave. The software helps create a network layout, defining the locations of base stations, repeaters, antennas, and other essential components. Propagation modeling within iBwave allows accurate predictions of signal strength and coverage. Frequency planning ensures proper allocation of frequencies to different network elements, optimizing performance and minimizing interference.

Documentation is a critical aspect of the Tetra network design process, ensuring clarity and consistency throughout the project. A comprehensive network design report is prepared, outlining the entire Tetra network plan and justifying design decisions. The Bill of Materials (BoM) lists all necessary equipment, software, and materials required for implementation. Additionally, detailed installation guidelines are provided to facilitate smooth deployment and configuration.

The implementation phase involves translating the Tetra network design into reality. Base stations and repeaters are installed at pre-determined locations according to the site survey and iBwave proposal. Antennas are carefully set up to achieve optimal coverage and performance. Network components are configured and integrated, and thorough testing is performed to verify the network's functionality and adherence to the design specifications. Any necessary optimizations are made during this phase to ensure a successful deployment.

Each of these steps is essential to create a robust and efficient Tetra network that meets the coverage and performance requirements of the intended users