Buenos Aires Metro Expansion Project Includes TETRA
Monday, September 26, 2016 | Comments

Nokia was selected by Consortium Techint Dycasa UTE to deploy a communications network to extend the Buenos Aires Metro line H, which serves Argentina's largest city. The communications network supplied by Nokia will support a variety of operational and passenger services on Metro line H, which is used by nearly 100,000 passengers daily and connects several other lines.

Nokia is supplying a wired and wireless communications network that comprises data transmission infrastructure, operational telephony, TETRA radio communications, passenger information display, and public announcement systems and close-circuit television (CCTV). Consortium Techint Dycasa UTE has overall responsibility for the expansion, which in its first phase will extend Metro line H from 5.5 to 7.7 kilometers and introduce three new metro stops.

The data transmission infrastructure is built with the Nokia 7705 Service Aggregation Router (SAR), which supports many services including interconnecting the TETRA base stations along the Metro line H. Nokia also is supplying and integrating components from third parties and providing professional services including project management, engineering, design, supply, commissioning, and integration testing and support.

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