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  • Mobile Cell Vehicles Overview

  • Applications of Mobile Cell Vehicles

     Sporting events  Public emergencies  Important network site

    failure  Rapidly developing

    situations that result in dense pockets of subscribers

  • Features of Projex CI’s MCV

     Ultra-rapid deployment in less than 15 minutes

     Independent power generation for more than 7 hours or can be connected to existing supply with Commando socket

     Requires a much smaller footprint than a traditional COW

     Can be driven by anyone with a full car license (less than 3.5t)

  • Technical Specifications  Iveco Daily 2.3 HPI (35S14 LWB)  12.5m Clarke Masts pneumatic

    mast(total height agl is 13.5m)  Rated for operation at

    windspeeds up to 21m/s (70km/h)

     Cambridge Broadband Networks Limited VectaStar or NEC Pasolink backhaul

     Kathrein Tri-Band (G/U900, G1800 & U2100) 65° sector antennas

  • Radio Equipment Cabin  Spacious and well lit cabin to

    accommodate radio equipment which is separated from rear generator and mast location

     2 x NSN FlexiStacks providing GSM900, GSM1800, UMTS900 and UMTS2100 service

     Single phase 13A sockets available for installation staff use

     LED strip lights powered from vehicle battery and traditional fluorescent strip light powered from 240VAC supply

     High roof allows deployment engineer to stand in cabin

  • Simple and Quick Deployment 1. Park vehicle on generally flat and level hard-standing ground 2. Level vehicle with levelling chocks (if required) 3. Fit vehicle stabilisers (not levellers)

  • Simple and Quick Deployment 4. Lift and align backhaul dish to required switch site 5. Release and lift top of mast head and secure in place with captive steel pin 6. Connect antenna feeders to base station antenna ports and select VET

  • Simple and Quick Deployment 7. Confirm that current wind speed is within safe operating range 8. Extend mast using remote control 9. Connect antenna feeders to panel on vehicle roof 10. Configure radio equipment

  • Simple and Quick Deployment

     Within 20 minutes you can have a fully operational, multi-technology, independently powered macro site

  • London Marathon 2012 Case Study

    • Projex CI CoW deployed at the finish of the London Marathon in St. James Park, London in a very sensitive location within a Royal Park.

  • London Marathon 2012 Case Study • CoW deployed with the following capacity:

    – 4 x GSM900 TRX – 2 x GSM1800 TRX – 1 x UMTS900 TRX – 2 x UMTS2100 TRX

  • London Marathon 2012 Case Study • Peak traffic observed between 12:00 and 15:00 as most runners

    completed the marathon and were re-united with friends and family. • Total site traffic more than 300 Erlangs and 6GB of data

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  • London Marathon 2012 Case Study • The local O2 network was configured to distribute the traffic between

    the CoW and adjacent macro sites

    CoW Serving Area (UMTS900)

    Whitehall Serving Area (UMTS900)

    Buckingham Gate Serving

    Area (UMTS900)

    Great Scotland Yard Serving

    Area (UMTS900)

  • London Marathon 2012 Case Study

    • The CoW provided an uninterrupted, self-powered macro base station from 07:00 until 18:00

    • The CoW was licensed until 18:00 and had to be removed from the Royal Park by 18:30

    • The CoW was de-commissioned and ready to move in 19 minutes and 46 seconds.

    Applications of Mobile Cell Vehicles Features of Projex CI’s MCV Technical Specifications Radio Equipment Cabin Simple and Quick Deployment Simple and Quick Deployment Simple and Quick Deployment Simple and Quick Deployment London Marathon 2012 Case Study London Marathon 2012 Case Study London Marathon 2012 Case Study London Marathon 2012 Case Study London Marathon 2012 Case Study