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GIS AS TOOL FOR TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT
 

GIS AS TOOL FOR TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT

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A Presentation at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Nigerian Catographic Association, 1st-3rd Nov, 2011. Abuja, Nigeria

A Presentation at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Nigerian Catographic Association, 1st-3rd Nov, 2011. Abuja, Nigeria

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    GIS AS TOOL FOR TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT GIS AS TOOL FOR TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT Presentation Transcript

    • Enaruvbe, G.O. & Adagbasa, G.E.Regional Centre for Training in Aerospace Surveys (RECTAS) OAU Campus, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
    • Outline of Presentation Introduction GIS in Telecommunication management Telecommunication Network Architecture GIS in network Infrastructure Management
    • Introduction Since the first operating license for the telecommunication service was issued by the Nigeria Communication Commission about a decade ago, the Nigeria telecom industry has witnessed a rapid expansion
    • Introduction contd Many of the facilities are being deployed to support broadband digital network for ubiquitous, high bandwidth, digital connectivity to end users as the basis for high-speed, digital, interactive, multimedia services
    • GIS in Telecommunicationmanagement The use of GIS in the telecommunication network management is informed by;  Rapid expansion of telecommunication infrastructure in the urban environment  Increasing dependant of social and business transactions on information communication technologies  Need for effective management of the infrastructure  Increased market competition  Need for efficient and effective service provision
    • Telecommunication NetworkArchitecture The fixed wired technology is particularly useful for provisioning of high-speed data services This is because it is implemented using the fibre optic technology which is not affected by weather conditions.
    • Telecommunication NetworkArchitecture contd The high-speed data network is composed of fibre optic cables which forms the backbone of the network It connects major cities and allows the network to function as a unit Fibre optic cables are also used within the city in linking MDFs
    • Telecommunication NetworkArchitecture contd
    • Telecommunication NetworkArchitecture contd The MDF could be described as the core/access network interface The cross connect cabinet (CCC) is considered as the segment between primary and secondary cables The Distribution Point (DP) is the last point before the subscriber home
    • GIS in network InfrastructureManagement Geographic information system is used as network inventory and infrastructure management tool in the access network  It correctly represents the network elements in the form of maps  Captures all attribute data of the elements  Fault localization  Report generation
    • GIS in network InfrastructureManagement contd.
    • GIS in network InfrastructureManagement contd.  useful in managing network resources  planning for network expansion  Minimize downtime resulting from cable damage and equipment failure
    • Network Infrastructuremanagement
    • Merci !!