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High density of users in one site

Posted: 14 Mar 2018 06:02
by dvid9976
hello there

guys, do you have any experiencie on high user density dect installations? I mean, sites where many base stations are requiered not for coverage purposes but for a high number of users?

my customer wants to move almost all their users from analog sets to dect; I performed a Dect S.S and verified that 7 base stations are requiered to cover any floor of their building and that any bs covers both upper and lower floor as weell.

the thing is that we are talking about 700 users on spread in 3 floors and obviously 7 bs are not going to be enough.

I did some calcs and (if done correctly) 15 RBS/DAPs are needed to support 300 users/floor.
Discarted IBS because seems to requiere around 25 BS / floor.

My concern is, are those 15 bs/floor going to interfere with each other?

Would you go with IP-DECT rather than RBS? is IP-DECt as good as RBS (or even close)?

thank you in advance

DA

Re: High density of users in one site

Posted: 15 Mar 2018 03:00
by alex
Density is not a problem. The problem is that OXO supports only 120 DECT sets maximum and 50 IP-DECT sets maximum.

Re: High density of users in one site

Posted: 15 Mar 2018 07:50
by dvid9976
hello there!

Thank you for your comments; I'm afraid that I did not mention that it is OXE what we are talking about :-(

best regards

DA

Re: High density of users in one site

Posted: 15 Mar 2018 08:05
by alex
So ask moderators to move this topic to an appropriate section.

Re: High density of users in one site

Posted: 15 Mar 2018 08:50
by cavagnaro
Moved

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Re: High density of users in one site

Posted: 16 Mar 2018 06:17
by dvid9976
Thank you guys

Re: High density of users in one site

Posted: 16 Mar 2018 06:58
by alex
For OXE 700 users and 15 RBS is quite a simple case.

Re: High density of users in one site

Posted: 26 Mar 2018 16:19
by dvid9976
15 per floor?
That is 45 RBS in a 3 floors building 105m long / 45m wide.

As I said, I have some experience in less populated DECT enviroments, but nothing as big.

thank you


David.