The Cellular, Radio and Wireless Equipment Installation Division
Installing Success, from Start to Finish
Nextcom Group’s equipment installation division offers a wide range of turnkey solutions and projects for upgrading existing components to new technologies (SWAP), in the areas of cellular, radio and wireless.
Nextcom Equipment Installations – End-to-End Service
- Engineering planning - engineering planning for cellular, radio and/or wireless sites.
- Installations at heights – work at significant heights on buildings and communication towers.
- Interior installations -installations inside of communication cabinets, communication rooms and foundations.
- Internal deployments – “In-Building” installations to provide cellular coverage in multi-story buildings, shopping malls, industrial buildings, residential towers and more.
Nextcom Equipment Installations – Work Phases
Phase I – Installation
At Height Installations
Nextcom has in its employ implementation teams for communications installations at considerable heights. The team, fully equipped with all the necessary safety gear, installs cables from the bottom to the very top of masts, as well as handles antenna, microwave dish, masthead amplifiers and Tilt & Azimuth control engines <check translation “מנועי עקיבה”>.
Communication cabinet installations and wiring between components, accessories and electrical panels, including: physical cabinet installation, fastening, wiring, bridging, electrification, DC and 48 <check if translated right> grounding, power supply, energy systems, etc. Everything needed through to site activation.
Phase 2 – Installation Quality Assurance
With completion of the installation phase, our team performs a battery of thorough and strict tests of the equipment, as quality assurance (QA) for the installation. At the end of this phase, clients are presented with an exhaustive report that portrays the quality of the entire installation.
Phase 3 – Integration
This phase is the responsibility of an integrator – an experienced Nextcom engineer. It is the integrator’s job to activate the cellular site, to examine the many software and hardware components, to make sure that there are no transmission failures, an to bring the site fully online within the cellular network.
The integration process involves establishing a connection to the cellular operator’s main site switch using a portable computer. In this fashion, the integrator controls and tests the system’s operation during its initial activation, checks hardware alerts and voltages, ensures the integrity of voice call and internet traffic, and verifies the correct functioning the backup system, including batteries and power systems <”power supplies”?>.
Nextcom Equipment Installations – Our Clients
The equipment installation division’s clients include some of the industry’s largest cellular operators, including Cellcom, PHI, Pelephone and Golan Telecom. In addition, Nextcom installs equipment for a variety of major projects in Africa.
For additional information and a commitment free consultation regarding cellular equipment installations, please contact us
Micha Halfon 052-8396862