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TELECOM NETWORK AUDIT SERVICES

Provides end-to-end network audit to evaluate and optimize the performance of network. The audit process addresses technical evaluation as well as identification of KPIs, BoQs, Quality of work for onsite installed equipment i.e. Radio, Transmission, BSS and Civil works. Network Audit includes:

a. RF Audit


  • Perform Drive Test and analyze log files with proper solution
  • Coverage of service area: Urban, suburban, rural and inside building Intra and intercell handover
  • Checks on call success rate
  • Checks on Rx Qual / Rx Lev.
  • Checking antenna orientation as per design, end to end connection of feeder cable
  • Verifying that the RF implementation matches the RF design sheet
  • Readjusting down tilts if incorrect
  • Analysis of Block calls, Dropped calls, Handover failure.
  • Coverage problem analysis
  • Coverage hole analysis
  • Overshooting cells analysis


b. BSS Audit


  • BOQ Verification
  • Quality of Installation verification
  • Physical capacity of the site verification.
  • BTS Visual Installation check
  • BTS Cabinet Checks are performed.
  • Hardware and software alarms are checked
  • BTS Antenna and Feeder cable installation verification
  • The antenna height along with type, tilt etc verification
  • RF coax cable connections, Cable return loss Sector orientation checks
  • Testing of grounding field strength, percent service availability, base-to-mobile and mobile-to-base signal levels


c. Transmission Audit


  • Audit includes inspection of Quality of Installation along with physical condition of tower and site
  • Checks on site coordinates
  • Checks on tower height, antenna heights on tower
  • Checks on pointing azimuth of each antenna
  • Checks on transmission line types and lengths
  • Checks on transmitter and receiver nomenclatures
  • Checks on number of standby transmitters and receivers
  • Checks on tuned frequencies of all operating equipment
  • Checks on transmitter power outputs and received input levels