BSENS GROUP

OUR ONGOING PROJECTS

1. FIBER TO THE HOME(FTTH)

  • Project Details

The cable is underground, it will be pulled through conduit from connection to the distribution cable or the splitter to the home. A preterminated systems has two home drops connected to the distribution cable. Other systems used microduct installation which requires little or no digging to install underground or under a road. Microducts can accommodate small regular cables or use air-blown fibers, another technique used in some systems. The splitter can be housed in a central office or a pedestal in the neighbourhood near the homes served. A network interface device containing fiber optic transmitters and receivers will be installed at the house. Some are installed on the outside of the house, others are indoors. Some houses are now being built with cabinets in the house for connecting to the FTTH fiber and then distributing phone, TV and Internet connections throughout the house over state of the art cabling. The incoming cable needs to be terminated at the house, tested, connected to the interface and the services This closure has entries for distribution cables, including one coming in and one continuing on to another closure for daisy-chained cables. There are multiple outputs for drop cables which are terminated in connectors. Modern house with cabinet inside the home for distributing services from the FTTH connection.

  • Project Pics

2. GBT & RTT

  • Project Details
The own built (GBT & RTT) work will get executed by two working methodology
1. Kitted ODC2. Non Kitted ODC
A. GROUND BASED TOWER – 

There are different combinations available under technical work package for GBT work.
B. ROOF TOP TOWER – 

There are combinations for RTP & combinations for RTT available under technical work package for RTT / RTP work. These activities applicable for G+2 and onwards floor wise building. Some sites there is NO permission to install DG SET hence we are not executing DG foundation & installation work.
  • Project Pics

3. 4G PROJECT SURVEY - INDOOR SMALL CELL SITES

  • Project Details

RJIL will be deploying a Pan India 4G network encompassing LTE and Wi-Fi. This document gives an in-depth view of the combined access deployment strategy and execution plan for Indoor Coverage deployment using Small Cells.
The goal of RJIL’s wireless cellular network is to provide ubiquitous coverage or carpet coverage. The coverage should be available not only outdoors but also indoors. The indoor coverage should be available in the home, in the lift, in the basement, in shops and malls, in train stations and airports, in hotels, in offices and all such conceivable places of human habitation and movement. The second important objective is to have enough capacity in the radio network so that all customers are catered to with sufficiently high data rates.
The small cell as the name suggest is an eNodeB with smaller RF output power compared to the macro eNodeB and often also lesser capacity compared to the macro eNodeB. Small power ensures smaller / targeted RF coverage. The small power also translates into smaller size and weight and ease of deployment on walls, ceilings etc. 

The small cell network shall serve two purposes:

Fill up the coverage holes (provide signal to places where there is no/very weak signal)
Augment the capacity of network at traffic hot-spots / hot-zones.
In order to progress for Indoor planning and design, it should be ensured that, the form attached below is fully completed using the relevant information. Typical the building is made of reinforced concrete& glass walls etc. The objective is to have ubiquitous 2300 LTE MIMO (2×2) on the office area and corridors connecting the different parts of the wings. Signal shall also be provided to the side cabins on each level. As all cabins have glass wall indoor small cell signal should be dominant at all side cabins to avoid ping pong handover between indoor & outdoor coverage. Wi-Fi deployment will be on 2.4GHz band coverage and the network will support 802.11 ac at various Hotspot locations across the building as identified by the Business Team. 
This document is intended for 3rd party vendor who will be responsible for carrying out Site survey, site analysis, technical site survey report generation, report validation, report submission to RJIL.The scope of this document is limited to the requirements of TD-LTE Small Cells & Wi-Fi planning only.
Building- B-G-2 floor 

The network solution is small cell- LTE+Wifi Integrated based on a system of optical & power distribution.

  • Project Pics

The main components which go into built the network is:

  1. Indoor Central Equipment Rack
  2. ACDB
  3. Main Meter or Sub meter(depending on the SEB power connection)
  4. Junction Boxes(for Distribution)
  5. Small Cell Units
  6. MW Equipment’s & Antenna(Option)
  7. Electrical &Fibre cables & cabling
  8. Main Faber Cabling from outside the building premises to Central Rack
  9. Unit

4. SMART & ENERGY METER INSTALLATION (UTTAR PRADESH)

  • Project Details

Dismantle of the existing Single/Third Phase Energy meters and handing over the same to the client Store with final reading & receipts. 
Installation of Electronic KWH Meter Single Phase Two Wire (10-60A) with Meter Box and SMC board in place of Single Phase energy meter for existing connections or Installation of Electronic KWH Meter Single Phase Two Wire (1060 Amp) for new connections. 

Removal of the existing Service cable and handing over the same to Client Store taking received of return and length /quantity.

The main duty of Smart and Energy Meter is to measure the meter reading and sends it to utility when demand as well as to costumer. The voltage and current sensors measure the RMS values of voltage and current and feed them to microcontroller, where calculations for active and reactive power are performed.

  • Project Pics

5. OUT DOOR SMALL CELLS

  • Project Details

Meet the demands of asymmetric data growth with enhanced and stable mobile service for mobile-users, even in the densest and most challenging outdoor environments.

  • Project Pics