Landmarc faced a daunting challenge as they struggled to establish reliable mobile connectivity within Tregantle fort, a Napoleonic fort constructed from solid stone. This hindered their ability to maintain effective communication with customers and colleagues, jeopardising operational efficiency.
To conquer the connectivity obstacles, UK Connect conducted a comprehensive Radio Frequency (RF) site survey to assess the Tregantle fort's existing infrastructure and determine the most effective solution. The survey revealed that the fort's solid stone walls were impeding mobile signal penetration.
In response, UK Connect implemented the cutting-edge CEL-FI GO G41 Smart Signal Repeater. With its industry-leading 5G/4G/3G voice and data performance, seamless network migration capabilities, and impressive up to 100 dB gain, the GO G41 delivered unmatched signal enhancement. Recognising the scale of the site, two GO G41 units were expertly installed and augmented with strategically positioned outdoor antennas, ensuring seamless coverage throughout the fort.
The swift deployment of the solution was completed within one week, providing remarkable coverage across a vast area of 3.46km². As part of UK Connect's commitment to delivering exceptional service, 24/7 real-time monitoring was implemented to ensure continuous optimal performance.
The remarkable outcome of the project is exemplified by the fort now boasting a consistent 5-bar mobile phone coverage. This breakthrough significantly improves Landmarc's operational continuity, team morale, and overall productivity within the fort, facilitating uninterrupted communication and enabling seamless collaboration throughout the entire site.