Omsk Plant. AS Popov has developed and commenced delivery of mobile base stations for MegaFon


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October 3. Radio Plant named after AS Popov worked for OJSC "MegaFon" special mobile base station able for 2 hours to deploy a network of second and third generation in remote areas of Siberia and the Far East. The first model was built on the platform "KAMAZ" station will go to the Far Eastern branch of the company.

The use of mobile mobile base stations will reduce the time to deploy 2G/3G network in remote areas, at public events, as well as to provide communications between operational service during the elimination of consequences of emergency situations.

Time align station fully operational mode is less than 2 hours. Connection object is fully autonomous and does not involve the use of auxiliary ground infrastructure. The inclusion of MBS in the transport network of the operator by means of a satellite dish with a diameter of more than 2 meters, the main transmitters 2G/3G-signala placed on the telescopic antenna of increased weight. The diesel generator can work station more than a week offline.

Through the platform of the truck "KAMAZ" complex has high maneuverability and can own power to get into hard to reach places. An integrated approach to the development of mobile stations allowed in one car to install in addition to the process equipment sleeping accommodation for staff, a refrigerator and sleeping space for watchkeeping in the most difficult conditions.

October 3, 2011 in Omsk held operational testing MKSBR. The tests took place in the presence of observers — the leading specialist operators Rostelecom, MegaFon, MTS, «TELE 2".

At the conclusion of the technical director of MTS branch in the Omsk region Vitaly TEAP, "Mobile communications system design OmPA" Radiozavod them. AS Popova "extremely necessary to cellular operators in public events to increase capacity in the local territory. Moreover, this development can and should be used in a man-made Emergencies and Natural Disasters. "

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