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Network planning targets wireless land comm

Posted: 11 Aug 2011 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:network planning? backhaul? radio access? LMR?

Mentum S.A. has rolled out its network planning solutions that aid the design and deployment of Project 25 (P25), LTE and Tetra networks for public safety, transportation, industrial, energy and utility markets.

According to Mentum, its advanced radio access and backhaul planning and optimization software, Mentum Planet, is a widely used network planning solution for all segments of the global Land Mobile Radio (LMR) market. Mentum Planet 5.3 offers a set of capabilities that make it easier for LMR engineers to design, deploy and manage networks, automate design and simplify the process of comparing scenarios. Mentum also said that it provides unrivalled prediction accuracy and offers modern modeling of technologies that are essential in the LMR space such as P25, LTE, Tetra and generic simulcast technologies. The company added that it is the only solution that integrates geographic information system (GIS) with MapInfo Professional.

"Mentum Planet's flexibility allows engineers to analyze the capacity, coverage and quality of service in several different network deployment scenarios enabling faster network rollouts and technology migrations while at the same time improving the radio design quality," claimed Bernard Breton, COO at Mentum. "Furthermore, the availability of high-accuracy propagation models and telecom-grade geodata provides opportunities for optimal rollout of both the radio and backhaul networks."

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