SEE Telecom has been selected to provide the in-building radio coverage system for Rohill's TetraNode deployment to allow critical TETRA communications in the Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmad Cultural Centre and Al Salam Palace in Kuwait

kuwait1.pngSEE Telecom has been selected to provide the in-building radio coverage system for Rohill’s TetraNode deployment to allow critical TETRA communications in the Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmad Cultural Centre and Al Salam Palace in Kuwait.

The SEE Telecom’s turnkey project will involve a Belgian technician carrying out a two-day local survey involving coverage simulation using iBwave for radio calculation, radio design and manufacturing. There will also be a delivery of one master unit, 16 optical remote units, and 18 kilometres of feeders provided by European cable manufacturer Kabelwerk Eupen AG. A total of 150 indoor antennas will also be required to ensure radio coverage in any location of the building complex.

The two projects, still under construction, will have secure critical communications through Rohill’s TetraNode system installed in four buildings in Kuwait’s new national cultural district. A total of 1,000 terminals will fulfill key network requirements of availability and reliability for approximately 400 to 500 users. These systems will be used for conference, exhibition and concert halls, a library archive, theatres and cinemas.

DeLite Engineering Center, a provider of commercial engineering, display and security solutions, will be SEE Telecom’s local partner for the entire construction. It will work with SEE Telecom’s drawings to provide telecommunication integration and for other aspects such as car park control systems and other low voltage applications.

The buildings will be used by the region's royal family and government entities once finished, with a completion target for the first quarter of 2016. DeLite Engineering Center will be Rohill’s local partner for the entire construction, providing telecommunication integration for Rohill and for other aspects such as car park control systems and other low voltage applications.

“In the Middle East, there is a fantastic potential of business for SEE Telecom, because the necessity of public safety radio communication is growing in all confined areas as road tunnels, shopping malls, large buildings,” said a SEE Telecom spokesperson. “Despite lower oil prices, many projects are in progress, and we are confident in future to improve our position in the region.”

“We are now manufacturing the products in the Netherlands and our local partner is finalizing the design for the indoor antenna system and repeaters,” said Cihan Altunbay, MEA regional sales director at Rohill in October last year when he updated TETRA Today on the progress of the Kuwait project. “Before the end of the year we are planning the factory acceptance test.”

“In the Middle East there are a couple of customers that still want to use TETRA but because of a shortage in the frequency allocation they cannot continue with small-sized individual systems,” explained Altunbay. “The real request for the TETRA networks is still there and is not declining. The decrease in oil prices had a very large impact on the project. The customers didn’t cancel the terminals but delayed the processes.”

“We are now manufacturing the products in the Netherlands and our local partner is finalizing the design for the indoor antenna system and repeaters,” said Cihan Altunbay, MEAregional sales director at Rohill. “Before the end of the year we are planning the factory acceptance test.”

“In the Middle East there are a couple of customers that still want to use TETRA but because of a shortage in the frequency allocation they cannot continue with small-sized individual systems,” explained Altunbay. “The real request for the TETRA networks is still there and is not declining. The decrease in oil prices had a very large impact on the project. The customers didn’t cancel the terminals but delayed the processes.”

- See more at: http://www.tetratoday.com/news/rohill-reports-progress-on-kuwait-projects#sthash.QlhwUtCt.dpuf

“We are now manufacturing the products in the Netherlands and our local partner is finalizing the design for the indoor antenna system and repeaters,” said Cihan Altunbay, MEAregional sales director at Rohill. “Before the end of the year we are planning the factory acceptance test.”

“In the Middle East there are a couple of customers that still want to use TETRA but because of a shortage in the frequency allocation they cannot continue with small-sized individual systems,” explained Altunbay. “The real request for the TETRA networks is still there and is not declining. The decrease in oil prices had a very large impact on the project. The customers didn’t cancel the terminals but delayed the processes.”

- See more at: http://www.tetratoday.com/news/rohill-reports-progress-on-kuwait-projects#sthash.QlhwUtCt.dpuf

“We are now manufacturing the products in the Netherlands and our local partner is finalizing the design for the indoor antenna system and repeaters,” said Cihan Altunbay, MEAregional sales director at Rohill. “Before the end of the year we are planning the factory acceptance test.”

“In the Middle East there are a couple of customers that still want to use TETRA but because of a shortage in the frequency allocation they cannot continue with small-sized individual systems,” explained Altunbay. “The real request for the TETRA networks is still there and is not declining. The decrease in oil prices had a very large impact on the project. The customers didn’t cancel the terminals but delayed the processes.”

- See more at: http://www.tetratoday.com/news/rohill-reports-progress-on-kuwait-projects#sthash.QlhwUtCt.dpuf

“We are now manufacturing the products in the Netherlands and our local partner is finalizing the design for the indoor antenna system and repeaters,” said Cihan Altunbay, MEAregional sales director at Rohill. “Before the end of the year we are planning the factory acceptance test.”

“In the Middle East there are a couple of customers that still want to use TETRA but because of a shortage in the frequency allocation they cannot continue with small-sized individual systems,” explained Altunbay. “The real request for the TETRA networks is still there and is not declining. The decrease in oil prices had a very large impact on the project. The customers didn’t cancel the terminals but delayed the processes.”

- See more at: http://www.tetratoday.com/news/rohill-reports-progress-on-kuwait-projects#sthash.QlhwUtCt.dpuf

Author: Tetra Today