Wireless City

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Wireless City

  1. 1. Support for High-quality •Traffic Monitoring, Video Surveillance etc requires reliable and high quality video streaming •Existing infrastructure is limited in supporting high-quality video Video Transmission •Overtaxed shared infrastructure and limited bandwidth Limited or Unavailable •Lack of wired infrastructure due to high costs, limited physical feasibility, vulnerability to Wired Reach vandalism Multiple Applications •Support applications like Transit Management, Traffic control, Emergency management etc. according to priority and other considerations. Support and Integration •Smooth integration of diverse applications and flexibility to add new applications. High Deployment Costs •Cost to lay copper or fiber for extremely reliable, bandwidth intensive, high-quality (CAPEX) infrastructure is significant. High Operating Costs •High cost of Leased E1/T1 lines and their maintenance. (OPEX) Time Consuming •Deployment of wired network in city takes huge time as getting approval and licenses for Deployment trenching or aerial cable takes time and may delay project deployment. Limited Flexibility for •Once cables are in place, relocation, additions, revisions or rerouting are formidable challenges Changes and Rerouting •Cost factors, regulatory issues and new trenching issues are associated with the same •Wired networks do not inherently support pay-as-you-grow models Scalability •Addition of devices or other bandwidth intensive applications require more investment of time and resources
  2. 2. Intelligent Traffic • Balance traffic loads, reduce accidents rates, and provide Management driver alerts on road conditions • Interactive remote education via shared or dedicated e-Education networks, enabling remote school connectivity Residential Internet • Low cost alternative to residents versus costly commercial Service services Automatic Meter • Effeminately collection of the information and save on Reading costs Managed Video • For commercial customers like Malls, Multiplexes etc. Surveillance • Electronic Advertisements & Remote Advertisement Digital Signage Management Multimodal Traveler • Paid Traveler information for corporate Information
  3. 3. Private Networks can be designed and operated to provide required level of reliability, availability, and security. Public networks, on the other hand, are designed to deliver acceptable performance to as many commercial end-users as possible and are inherently built to address the commercial market. When emergencies arise, carrier and operator networks fast become overloaded and mission-critical emergency applications can cease operating. In a privately-owned and operated safe city network, the city can control traffic, define priorities and make sure that the network is always available for the critical applications when they are needed. Private networks cost less to operate than leased networks.
  4. 4. • PTP topology permits communications between two points. Point-to-Point • Coverage can reach tens of kilometers supporting a high capacity (PTP) PTP link. • PTP topology is suitable for both public and private networks.
  5. 5. Point-to-Multipoint (PtMP) and Mesh Topology PtMP topology, also known as Star topology, consists of a central base station which concentrates the flow of multiple CPEs. In a mesh topology data is routed between nodes, hopping from node to node until the destination is reached.
  6. 6. With the myriad of broadband wireless solutions available today and significant variation among them, Secure carrier- municipalities must class, standards- Broadband carefully consider several based Wireless wireless solutions key factors: solutions which are fast becoming •The breadth and depth of a vendor solution portfolio in offers QoS, high- more commonly both licensed and license- capacity, high used and a de-facto exempt products •Optimization of the products for availability and low standard for smart safe city and municipal latency city connectivity. wireless connectivity connectivity are •Flexibility and agility to support rollout of revenue-generating ideal. applications to achieve a compelling ROI •Expertise in radio RF planning

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