Capturing TNF area demands by using private RF modems in local lead

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PROPOSAL ON CUSTOMISED SOLUTION FOR TNF AREA DEMANDS
Purpose : To provide connectivity (p2p / internet) in remote / newly developed area locations in a cost-effective way mutually beneficial for both customer & BSNL.

Method : Private RF modems in local lead from nearest Mobile BTS by customer
Procedure :
1. Customer will apply higher BB, ILL or P2P leased line with own RF arrangement in end link / local lead.
2. BSNL will provide output on E1 or Ethernet from OFC CPE of nearest BTS and allow it on private RF.
3. One end of RF wil be BSNL mobile BTS and other end will be customer premise. Both will be installed / maintained by customer through his vendor.
4. RF IDU will be placed in BTS room and its ODU will be fixed on mobile tower at appropriate height based on LOS. Both will be connected by single PoE cable.
Benefits to BSNL :
1. No expenditure on local lead of copper or OFC or RF.
2. No maintenance staff or efforts needed for RF local lead.
3. BSNL can capture business from TNF/remote area having no/poor cable network.
4. Reduce delay in service provisioning and thereby earning of revenue earlier.
5. BSNL will save assets like copper cable, OFC, RF modems, OFC CPE and other auxiliary equipments in installation case-to-case.
Benefits to Customer :
1. Immediate commissioning of service as local lead arrangement consumes more time in most of cases.
2. Customer can get better service as local lead problems will be removed by RF.
3. Customer can choice RF as per his requirement and budget considerations from open market directly.
4. Customer need not require to bare one-time OFC or RF costing initially with annual demand-note of leased line.
5. Customer will get faster & complete service during fault / maintenance / network upgradation alongwith IT support by same vendor.
Duties / responsibilities on BSNL part :
1. BSNL will provide space and power supply for RF modem / IDU in BTS Room at one end as it is currently done for p2p leased

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