Construction of a transport radio network using InfiNet’s R 5000 to create a stationary automatic radio electronic control system
National Radio Association, Russia Sector: Energy
The National Radio Association aims to unite the efforts of both operators of telecommunications systems and manufacturers of telecommunications and radio engineering equipment that work in the Russian market and abroad.
Project realization date - 2012
The National Radio Association is the official body for the national radio frequency resource. It has been created with the support oftheState communications Committee and GSN, Russia.
The Association aims to unite the efforts of both operators of telecommunications systems and manufacturers of telecommunications and radio engineering equipment that work in the Russian market and abroad. It aims to solve any issues with the use of the radio frequency spectrum and the introduction of new radio technologies.
This network provides data transfer between stationary automatic radio control systems (ARMS) on mobile radio communication networks on the IMT-2000/UMTS frequency.
The main element of the ARMS is stationary DF (direction-finding) complex ‘BARS’, which produces constant monitoring of the noise in Moscow and Kaluga. Information from ARMS is sent to the analysis centre in Krasnoznamensk.
The network consists of six Point-to-Point solutions. Three have a length of 23, 43 and 45 kilometers. For customers the main requirement is the high reliability of the communication channels. Therefore, equipment with a high power transmission must be used (Ot/50.36.300 and Ot/50.48.500). On the equipment with shorter distances standard equipment can be used (L/50.36.63) with a frequency range of 4.95 – 5.05 GHz.
In 2013, Geyser-Telecom checked the network, the connectors and antenna’s mounts andupdated the firmware.
- Highly reliable communication channels
- Integration with noise monitoring
- InfiNet SkyMAN R5000 –high-speed Point-to-Multipoint connections, providing 240 Mbps bandwidth