Monitoring Base Transceiver Stations (BTS)
Monitor Infrastructure of BTS Towers
- Temperature and Humidity Monitoring
- Remote Monitoring Anytime, Anywhere
- Realtime Monitoring and Alerts
- Wireless Sensors
The mobile network infrastructure must be reliable. Many towers operate on service level agreements (SLA) and meeting this requires almost 100% uptime with heavy penalties for any downtime. Implementing an effective remote monitoring system for the critical infrastructure is essential.
Mobile network operators and carriers operate nationwide infrastructure of Telecom Towers. Known as Base Station Transciever Stations (BTS) they form the major component of the GSM cellular network. They transmit and receive radio signals coming to and from mobile phones. The towers have BTS shelters which house the electronic communications equipment that is connected to the antennas on the BTS tower. AKCP sensors are used to monitor environmental conditions in the shelters, as well as interface to third party equipment for remote monitoring.
Due to many BTS sites being in remote locations, security and power can be issues which are of major concern. Protecting the site from thieves and vandalism, as well as ensuring 100% uptime requires a robust approach to monitoring of security, controlling site access and maintaining power.
To achieve the high availability and reliability of the BTS Tower Sites, it is essential that the operating environment within the shelter is maintained. Temperature control is through HVAC systems. The air conditioning units carry risk of malfunction, and when they do temperatures within BTS tower site shelters can rise rapidly putting equipment under stress and leading to failures. With AKCP temperature and Humidity sensors you are ensured that the operating environment within the BTS shelters is stable.
AKCPro Server central monitoring software displays all your vehicle locations, and temperature values. Live central monitoring of all deployed devices. Daily reports and graphing. Use with all AKCP base units