SAGA offers a whole range of services required for creating professional mobile communication solutions, from customer requirement qualification and technical enquiry drafting to project document preparation, regulatory support, equipment delivery, installation, adjustment and commissioning to system support and advancing.
Our solutions are built on prestigious radio communication systems:
- Connect Plus
- Linked Capacity Plus
- Capacity Plus
- IP Site Connect
Digital TETRA systems for professional communications:
- MOTOROLA Dimetra™ IP;
- MOTOROLA Dimetra™ IP Compact;
- MOTOROLA Dimetra™ Micro.
Analog MPT1327 systems for professional communications:
- Rohde&Schwarz Accessnet.
Radio systems for broadband wireless access:
- Motorola Canopy™ broadband wireless communication platform;
- MEA (MESH) solutions for broadband mobile networks.
SAGA has developed a systematic approach to creating effective solutions based on professional mobile communication systems. Dividing projects into separate phases and defining conditions for transition from one to another allows us to structure tasks and control their realization efficiently.
The systematic approach notably increases the feasibility of meeting stated objectives. To save the customer money and time, SAGA engages highly qualified contractors who are specialists in complex solution development in the area of professional mobile communications and are able to execute the whole set of operations and take responsibility for the final results.
The main phases of project realization:
Phase 1. Task assignment
- Estimating the current state;
- Refining requirements;
- Defining a desirable state (target);
- Defining target criteria;
- Defining limitations and conditions.
Phase 2. Studying alternate solutions
- Analyzing, defining and justifying area of decision making;
- Studying alternatives;
- Estimating expenses on a first approximation;
- Analyzing compliance with criteria, limitations and conditions;
- Working out regulatory issues including estimates of frequency assignment solubility in the regions of interest;
- Choosing the optimal solution;
- Correcting the task in the event that it is not possible to find a solution that meets the previously defined limitations and conditions;
- Approving the solution – concept, system project, chosen alternative justification depending of the project scale;
- Technical design assignment.
Phase 3. Implementation engineering
- Solving regulatory issues;
- Elaborating on the approved decision;
- Preparing documentation according to current regulations of the Russian Federation;
- Equipment design, dispatch list;
- Detailing financial expenditures.
Phase 4. Construction
- Solving regulatory issues;
- Equipment procurement and delivery;
- Preparing necessary infrastructure;
- Personnel training;
- Installation and commissioning;
- Trial operation.
Phase 5. Operation, technical maintenance and development
- Defining a system operation model;
- Defining a technical maintenance model;
- Organizing field operating services;
- Training operating services personnel;
- Launching technical maintenance – field support for operating services, repair, etc;
- System commissioning;
- Defining development and upgrading plan.