New Sites

In Demfy, our  “New Sites” or “Build-to-Suit” (BTS) services specifically refer to the process of identifying, acquiring, and developing new physical locations for the installation of cellular towers, antennas, and other telecommunications infrastructure. This is crucial for expanding network coverage, improving service quality, and meeting the increasing demand for mobile connectivity in various geographic areas.

Here’s how the “New Sites” or “BTS” process typically works in the telecommunications sector:

  1. Site Selection: Telecommunications companies or network operators identify areas where new sites are needed to improve coverage or capacity. Factors such as population density, geographic terrain, regulatory requirements, and existing network infrastructure are considered during the site selection process.
  2. Site Acquisition: Once suitable locations are identified, the telecommunications company negotiates with property owners or landowners to acquire the necessary land or space for installing cellular towers or other infrastructure. This may involve leasing land, obtaining easements, or purchasing property outright.
  3. Design and Engineering: Telecommunications engineers and planners assess the specific requirements for each site and develop detailed design plans for the installation of cellular towers, antennas, equipment shelters, and other infrastructure. These plans take into account factors such as network coverage objectives, signal propagation characteristics, structural engineering requirements, and regulatory compliance.
  4. Permitting and Regulatory Approval: The telecommunications company obtains the necessary permits and regulatory approvals from local authorities, government agencies, and regulatory bodies to proceed with the construction and operation of the new telecommunications site. This may involve obtaining zoning permits, environmental approvals, land use permits, and other regulatory clearances.
  5. Construction and Deployment: Once all necessary approvals are obtained, construction crews and contractors are engaged to build the new telecommunications site according to the approved design plans. This typically involves erecting cellular towers, installing antennas and equipment, constructing equipment shelters or cabinets, and deploying power and connectivity infrastructure.
  6. Testing and Commissioning: After construction is complete, the new telecommunications site undergoes rigorous testing and commissioning to ensure that it meets performance standards and regulatory requirements. This includes testing signal strength, network connectivity, equipment functionality, and compliance with safety and environmental regulations.
  7. Integration and Network Optimization: Once the new site is commissioned, it is integrated into the telecommunications network, and network engineers optimize its performance to ensure seamless connectivity and coverage. This may involve adjusting antenna configurations, optimizing signal propagation, and fine-tuning network parameters to maximize performance and reliability.

Overall, the “New Sites” or “Build-to-Suit” (BTS) process in the telecommunications industry is essential for expanding network coverage, improving service quality, and meeting the growing demand for mobile connectivity in both urban and rural areas. It involves a coordinated effort between telecommunications companies, property owners, regulatory authorities, and construction partners to deliver reliable and high-quality telecommunications infrastructure to communities and businesses.