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What is a mobile base station?

What is a mobile base station?


A base station, that is, a public mobile communication base station, is a form of radio station, which refers to a radio transceiver station that transmits information with mobile phone terminals through a mobile communication switching center in a certain radio coverage area.


The construction of mobile communication base stations is an important part of the investment of my country's mobile communication operators. The construction of mobile communication base stations is generally carried out around such elements as coverage, call quality, investment efficiency, ease of construction, and ease of maintenance.


With the development of mobile communication network services in the direction of dataization and packetization, the development trend of mobile communication base stations must also be broadband, large-coverage construction and IP-based.


The composition of the base station is generally divided into the following systems: transmission system, including SDH equipment, PTN equipment, PDH equipment, optical cable, cable, etc.; power system, battery, UPS system, mains, etc.; dynamic ring monitoring system; antenna feeder system; BTS main equipment; and other auxiliary equipment such as air conditioners, security doors, etc.


Mobile base station cable



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