Optimisation

Optimisation of Indoor Mobile Broadband

Having the right signal at the right place is critical to customer satisfaction. Today signal coverage and a good broadband experience all around the office are both essential. Ensuring this service requires a very high level of flexibility in optimisation. One of the main parameters in indoor optimisation is the adjustment of the power level. In particular, an indoor environment has totally different coverage and signal propagations across all frequencies. For instance, having an optimal 900 MHz signal on one RU does not automatically mean an optimal signal with the same power at 2.1 GHz or 2.6 GHz. Optimising the signals requires an adjustment per band and even per operator. With K-BOW, you can adjust the power level on every RU of every band and operator individually. This enables you to reach the best radio conditions for a high modulation rate in order to achieve the best possible broadband experience.

Indoor Design Change for Dominant LTE Networks Conditions

The most important aspect in indoor planning today is the role of the dominant signal when planning indoor coverage. In 2G and 3G it was possible to force the user equipment to the indoor cell by controlling the parameters. In LTE, with the use of the same frequencies both inside and outside the building, it is necessary to get the dominant

indoor signal to all parts of the building. This changes the rules of designing an indoor solution. To get a homogeneous cell solution inside the building, it is necessary to distribute the signal indoors from the same direction as if the macro network were covering the building from the outside.