Pannon/Telenor references in the last 5 years.


In the last 5 years we took an important part in the installation of UMTS systems mainly as the subcontractor of Ericsson Telecommunications Hungary (ETH). According to detailed list in Appendix 3 the liaison with ETH meant a fair amount of work, thanks to the high number of locations.

In 2005-2006 we replaced Nokia BTS equipment with Ericsson BTS equipment in 125 Western-Hungarian 2G locations. Thanks to our good performance in 2005 we received 30 per cent of the total number of sites in the following year (96 sites). 2G SWAP required thorough preparations and site surveys. We have always met the deadlines and quality requirements as you can see in the reference list. Besides the equipment replacement, our task was to measure the scope of service, before 2G SWAP, exclusively as the only one subcontractor for every site.

Since 2005 we have received increasing number of orders for UMTS BTS implementation in Pannon/Telenorís network. Until now we have been installing 3G equipment in 322 sites, which project usually comprises the following steps:


 - site survey,

 - designing,

 - making of infrastructure (production and installation of galvanized equipment and

   antenna supporting structures, occasional reinforcement of the tower or the extant

   supporting structures),


 - installation of antennas, cables and radio equipment (macro, main-remote,

    indoor-outdoor, feeders, MHAs, RRUs, diplexers, triplexers and splitters)

 - measuring of feeders and MHAs

 - create Ďas-builtí documentation


Pannon/Telenor ranks and evaluates its sub-contractors every year based on the failure points given on site inspections. Telecom-Fort Ltd. has always occupied the 1st or 2nd place on this list, which was the reason for increase in the number of orders.
Since 2008 Telecom-Fort Ltd. verifies and assesses every technical documentation made by the subcontractors of Ericsson in Pannon/Telenor related UMTS projects. This assignment demonstrates our expertise in UMTS BTS implementation. The assessment comprises the verification of the completed radio plans and the initial cell data, the examination of feasibility of antennas and equipment layout, and the contradictions comparing initial data and site survey information. After the approval from Pannon/Telenor the equipment configuration and equipment list is based on our assessment documentation. This task developed trust in work relationship between project managers and cell design engineers of Pannon/Telenor and Telecom-Fort Ltd.