Essential Communication Services were given a brief & challenged to supply, install & commission 2 x infrastructure networks across 2 x buildings & join those buildings together to create a seamless voice & data infrastructure network.
This involved supplying, installing & commissioning a Primary & Secondary Broadband infrastructure network in each building. A Primary & secondary Voice infrastructure network in each building & a Primary & Secondary WiFi infrastructure network in each building, all backed up by for a minimum period of time by a secondary backup power infrastructure network.
In building (A) , the clients workshop, our primary broadband infrastructure network is Starlink. Our secondary Broadband network infrastructure network is a Telco Antennas X1 Pro CAT12 Industrial Modem Router, located in the clients home running a Telstra sim connected to the 4G LTE network. This is connected to a Telco Antennas Telco XPOL MIMO 3G+4G+4GX Panel Antenna – 700-2700 MHz on top of a 9M mast supplied by the client & cabled back to the Telco Antennas X1 Pro CAT12 via 2 x Phaseblockers N Male to Female Lightning Arrester, connected to 2 x 10m lengths of Telco Antennas TEL450 1/2″ Corrugated Coaxial Cable Assembly.
Our primary voice infrastructure network is a Cel-Fi by Nextivity Telstra Cel-Fi Go fed by an existing RFI Technology Solutions Wideband 8-12dBi 3G+4G+4GX LPDA Antenna – 700-3800MHz & feed out to a RFI Technology Solutions Low PIM DAS Omnidirectional Ceiling Antenna – 698-960MHz & 1710-6000Mhz.
Our secondary voice network infrastructure is WiFi calling via our “current” primary Ubiquiti UniFi AC LR – Distributed WiFi Access Point. The Ubiquiti Inc UniFi AC LR – Distributed WiFi Access Point is only temporary until the Cambium Networks cnPilot e410 Wi-Fi Access Point comes off of back order.
In building (B), the clients home, our primary broadband infrastructure network is also StarLink, cabled into the clients home via 30M’s of Shireen Inc. Outdoor Shielded Cat6 Ethernet Cable, connected to a TP-Link Bonding router.
Our secondary broadband infrastructure network is the Telco Antennas X1 Pro CAT12 Industrial Modem Router mentioned above connected to the Telstra 4G LTE infrastructure network.
Our primary voice network infrastructure is a Nextivity Telstra Cel-Fi Go feed by a RFI Technology Solutions Next-G+4GX 15dBi Yagi Antenna – 700-850MHz & feed out to a RFI Technology Solutions Low PIM DAS Omnidirectional Ceiling Antenna – 698-960MHz & 1710-6000Mhz.
Our secondary fail-over voice infrastructure network is WiFi calling supplied by the Cambium Networks cnPilot e410 Wi-Fi Access Point infrastructure network.
The 3rd backup for voice calling & Broadband is supplied by the Telco Antennas X1 Pro CAT12 Industrial Modem Router – 3G/4G/4GX/4G+ Bridge Mode 600Mbps/150Mbps 3x CA, MIMO, DIN mount, dual band WiFi running on the Telstra 4G infrastructure network.
Our primary WiFi network is a Cambium Networks cnPilot e410 Wi-Fi Access Point infrastructure network monitored by Cambium Networks cnMaestro cloud.
Our secondary fail-over WiFi network is supplied by the Telco Antennas X1 Pro CAT12 Industrial Modem Router – 3G/4G/4GX/4G+ Bridge Mode 600Mbps/150Mbps 3x CA, MIMO, DIN mount, dual band WiFi. All this network infrastructure is connected to a Cambium Networks cnMatrix Switch EX1010-P.
The client has a 40KvA Pure sign wave Genex with a 48hr run time we have backed all our infrastructure up with 2 x Upsonic Power Australia UPS just to keep everything running in the 10 seconds of outage between a grid down outage & the 40KvA Pure sign wave Genex kicking in. All in all this was a very successful project with a very happy client. Not only did Essential Communication Services meet the specified requirement but we exceeded the clients expectations.
If you have a communications & telecommunications infrastructure challenge please do not hesitate to get in touch with Essential Communications Services, it would be our pleasure to be of assistance to you anywhere in Australia.