overview and product portfolio - napco – the northern ... ?· axell wireless overview and product...

Download Overview and Product Portfolio - NAPCO – The Northern ... ?· AXELL WIRELESS Overview and Product Portfolio Prepared for September 12, 2013

Post on 31-Jan-2018

213 views

Category:

Documents

0 download

Embed Size (px)

TRANSCRIPT

  • AXELL WIRELESS

    Overview and Product PortfolioPrepared for

    September 12, 2013

  • Agenda

    Brief Overview of Axell Wireless

    Public Safety Fiber Fed Solution

    Public Safety Off-Air Products

    Commercial Off-Air Products

    Commercial Fiber Fed Solution

  • Who is Axell Wireless?

    Global developer and manufacturer of DAS and wireless coverage products250 employees in 14 offices worldwide, including Operations centers in Stockholm, London and Tel AvivFocused on Public Safety, Cellular and Rail applications40 years of experience in providing wireless coverage solutionsReputation for high quality and innovative technologyExpertise in DSP technologyGlobally deployed in over 140 countries by more than 150 network operatorsSpecialist in multi band technology - FM to 4G

    Axell Wireless Customer 6 Million Sq. Ft.

  • Public Safety Market Leader

    `

    DAS & Coverage Products for:FM, VHF, UHF, 700/800/900 MHz, P25,

    Tetra, Tetrapol, PMR and LTE

    German Bundestag

    Beijing Metro

    The Pentagon

    The Peoples Palace - Romania

    Burj Khalifa

    Dulles Airport

  • Cellular Innovation

    DAS and coverage products for all major cellular bands and technologies, including: GSM, DCS, PCS, CDMA, WCDMA, UMTS, EDGE, and LTE

    `

    Olympic Stadium

    Hong Kong Metro

    Lainzer Tunnel, Austria

    The Shard

    Fairmont Hotel, Durban

    Shangri-La Hotel - Paris

  • Heathrow Terminal 5Multiband in building System providing coverage across theterminal 5 campus. Includes VHF systems for baggagehandling and security, Tetra for public safety and 2G and 3Gcellular coverage for all UK operators.

    In Building Case Studies

    PentagonA dual band fibre system for public safety and security inthe Pentagon. All the remote sites provide UHF and800MHz coverage with redundancy. The RF head-end alsoprovided some unique functionality to reduce noise to theexternal area.Burj Khalifa TowerFibre distribution system for Tetra coverage across keyareas within the tower in addition to providing coverageinside Dubai Mall connected to the Burj. Fully redundantsystem offering un-interrupted Tetra services for the publicsafety authorities.

  • Olympic Park LondonMultiband cellular system providing coverage across thepark. Includes 2G and 3G cellular coverage for all UKoperators in all the main venues.

    Campus & Stadium Case Studies

    Male Maldives CapitalBTS hotel in Male providing 2G and 3G coverage at streetlevel, in the narrow streets of the city. The stand alone basestation concept was not viable in this densely populatedcity. Multi band fibre fed repeaters were deployed at streetlevel to provide comprehensive coverage.Stade de FranceMultiband VHF and UHF providing radio coverage of thepitch, spectators, VIP areas, the internal road and teamchanging rooms for the Fire, Ambulance, Police andGendarmerie services. The original system was suppliedin 1997 with an upgrade to the Polices TETRAPOL systemin 2010.

  • Leading Innovator In Wireless Coverage

    Track Record Of Industry Firsts Technology Highlights & Client Benefits

    The broadest and most advanced offering in the market

    1st commercial RF repeater

    1st EDGE repeater

    1st TETRA repeater

    1st GSM-R repeater project

    1st Digital Channel Selective repeater

    1st digital TETRA repeater

    1st digital range of Cellular MINI repeaters

    Public Safety and Cellular solutions: most complete portfolio for in-building coverage

    Complete DAS systems and cost effective Off-Air repeaters: unmatched breadth of offering

    Multi-band: flexibility to align with available spectrum

    Multi-operator: adapt to business requirements, minimize interference

    SDR: reconfiguration via software upgrades, reduce hardware swaps

    Low-power and high-power solutions: solutions for any environment

    Flexible management platform: efficient and secure remote network management

    [Add picture]

    [Add picture]

    [Add picture]

    [Add picture]

    Axell is 1 of only 2 vendors worldwide with patents on digital repeaters

    Axell boasts the most complete and most flexible product portfolio, substantially lowering TCO

    Dragon team to provide pictures

  • Why Axell Wireless?

    One stop shop Fiber DAS and off-air BDAs (head-end) Public safety and commercialAxell does not do integrationpartners with Integrators Allows Axell to focus on developing the best products Enable integration partner to grow its business with Axell supportPatented Digital Filtering Variable Bandwidth filters that can be changed remotely without physical

    hardware changes Re-banding with no physical HW changes Lower noiseAdvanced Systems Auto-calibration (Smart ALC) / Spectral Equalization IMOP (Isolation Monitoring Oscillation Prevention) Alarm Systems with Discrete fault monitoring Uplink Squelch reduce impact on macro system

    Axell is offering Digital, Channelized, State-of-the-Art solutions at the prices of band selective devices

  • PUBLIC SAFETYFIBER DAS

  • Examples of Major USA Fiber Fed Projects

    New World Trade Center ComplexDept. of Homeland Security CampusMark CenterPentagon Portland TrimetMWAA Dulles Airport Social Security Admin. Campus

    Baltimore MetroBaltimore Harbor TunnelsPittsburgh LRTSEPTASeattle Sound Lincoln & Holland TunnelsMeadowlands

  • The Axell Wireless Portfoliofor Public Safety Fiber Fed

    Bands Low Power

    typ. 20dBm

    Medium Powertyp. 33 dBm

    High Powertyp. >36dBm

    FM, VHF, UHF, TETRA

    One common platform

    BSF BSF 3302 3301(VHF) (FM)

    BSF 3604 (UHF/Tetra)

    700 / 800 MHz LMR

    One common platform

    MBF26 700/800 - NFPA MBF40 700/800 -NFPA

  • Axell Coverage SystemsPOIs and Customized Systems

  • Example: Fiber DAS Diagram

    Bi-DirectionalAmplifier

    Coax

    Fiber Optics

    Remote Unit

    Fiber OMU Head End

    Wireless Base Station

    Donor Antenna

    ServiceAntennas

    Public Safety Amplifier

  • Combined Commercial & Public Safety Services on Same DAS

  • Automatic Level Control ActionMitigates Near Far Effect

    This example shows a scenario of 3 channels that are occupied, channel1 is not used

    Channels 2,3 and 4 are used by mobiles at varying distances from the repeater antenna, giving varying input signal levels

    The digital repeater gain is very quickly adjusted to the correct gain for each channel input to give the output level controlled by the ALC setting

    The output power level is almost constant for all three channels to allow homogenouscoverage

    Mitigates impact of Near Far Effect by reducing gain on that channel if someone keys up near the antenna.

    INPU

    T LE

    VEL

    CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4

    SQUELCHTHRESHOLD

    GAIN

    CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4

    OU

    TPU

    T LE

    VEL

    CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4

  • Uplink Squelch FunctionReduces Noise on Macro Network

    Channel 1 is not used so that is generating only noise in the repeater during this time.The noise level is below the squelch threshold of the digital repeater.The squelch function of the repeater mutes the repeater for the unused channel, reducing the gain to literally zero.With very low gain in the repeater for Channel 1, the repeater is not emitting any noise towards the base station.The BTS sensitivity is not degraded for any call on CH1 coming from another area.

    INPU

    T LE

    VEL

    CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4

    SQUELCHTHRESHOLD

    GAIN

    CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4

    OU

    TPU

    T LE

    VEL

    CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4

  • Fiber Repeater 148 - 174 MHz33 dBm compositeFilter Pass BW: 1-2 MHz with options to 5 MHzNoise Figure:

  • Multiband Fiber Repeater 763-869 MHz (Single or Dual-band)42 dBm composite (39 dBm per band) 12/18 MHz BW @ 700/800 MHzNoise Figure: 3 dBNominal Gain: 30 dBDelay:

  • PUBLIC SAFETYOFF-AIR

  • What is it? Recommended Fire code that

    provides regulations and requirements regarding Public Safety DAS.

    Expected to be adopted more extensively by 2012.

    NFPA option available for VHF, UHF, 700 MHz, and 800 MHz BDAsAlarm output to dedicated Panel (via supervised circuit)Painted redOptional 12 or 24 hour Auxiliary Power back-upOptional PSTN DialerNEMA4 enclosure (already standard with these products)

  • The Axell Wireless Portfoliofor Public Safety Off-Air Applications

    Bands Low Power

    typ. 20dBm

    Medium Powertyp. 33 dBm

    High Powertyp. >36dBm

    FM, VHF, UHF, TETRA

    BSR1804

    ( UHF/Tetra)

    D-CSR D-CSR 2702/3302 3301(VHF) (FM)

    D-CSR BSR3604 3604

    (UHF/Tetra)

    700 / 800 MHz LMR

    BSR2408 -NFPA

    BSR D-MBR 3308 3007-3008NFPA NFPA

    D-MBR3707-3708-

    NFPA,D-SBR 4008

  • Advanced DSP Filtering Technology

    Band and channel selectivityIndependently programmable filtersFilter bandwidth can be adjusted via SW to include one or multiple channels

    824806 809 816 821

    NOISE AND INTERFERENCE

    FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTERFILTER

    ISOLATED SIGNAL INTERFERENCE MITIGATED

    AxellPATENTEDFILTER

    BEFORE

    AFTER

  • Donor & Interference Signal

    -100

    -90

    -80

    -70

    -60

    -50

    -40

    -30

    -20

    -10

    4700

    12.5

    4701

    12.5

    4702

    12.5

    4703

    12.5

    4704

    12.5

    4705

    12.5

    4706

    12.5

    4707

    12.5

    4708

    12.5

    4709

    12.5

    4710

Recommended

View more >