Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/10/2018 -- Computers, phones, and radios depend on a range of equipment to transmit communication signals and link to the Internet. From optical and electric switches that directs packet of data and telephone calls to their destination to radio transmitters and receivers that communicate signals from radios in boats, airplanes, and emergency vehicles; complex equipment are required to keep the people communicating. Radio sites require services such as site planning, designing, optimization, fault finding, analysis, and resolution. Furthermore, networks are evolving and requirements on radio sites are constantly increasing. Advent of new technologies and frequency bands involves additional equipment and site visits. At the same time, there is a need for reduced site footprint and high requirement for site acquisition in different crowded landscape. Certain licenses and permits are required for a radio site. The Federal government as well as several local government agencies expect wireless site owners to meet specific radio frequency (RF) safety standards. In the U.S., according to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), operators and owners need to follow site-wide agreements and document them to show that they are implementing an authorized radiation safety program on their sites.
By developing site solutions along with other structural blocks in a radio system, high quality is ensured in the shortest possible installation time. Radio site services include testing of antenna and coax along with transmitters and receivers of mountain-top communication sites. Radio frequency spectrum security, and occupancy control are required to uphold a robust and reliable spectrum monitoring program.
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The site clearance requires examination of antenna structures to ensure that the antenna heights do not obstruct aircraft navigations or interfere with other existing wireless networks. Furthermore, the rising demand for flexible and cost-efficient solutions and ease of deployment and maintenance is contributing significantly to the telecom radio site services market. Demand for telecom radio site services is increasing also to avoid any kind of interruption in network services. Operators are focusing on vendor governance, performance control, optimized logistics processes, and product lifecycle management (PLM). This can be achieved through implementation of high-quality telecom radio site services. Thus, increasing demand from operators to implement radio site services are contributing significantly in the market growth.
However, non-uniform guidelines approved by different states raise obstacles in obtaining RoW. This acts as a restraining factor for the market. Economic benefits envisaged by the government for growth of the market have done to the implementation level. Moreover, green energy solutions expectation related to tower installations are hampering the growth of radio site services. As, renewable energy sustainability is at a promising stage, it is hard to achieve the stringent green energy targets that have been set. All these factors are expected to restrain the market during the forecast period.
The market for telecom radio site services can be segmented based on service type and geography. Based on service type, the market can be segmented into site search & design, site management & site leasing, radio frequency testing & measurements, spectrum monitoring, and others. In terms of geography, the global telecom radio site services market can be divided into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), Middle East & Africa (MEA), and South America.
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A radio system is an end-to-end flexible and scalable radio access network consisting of software, hardware, and services. A radio system requires specific services in order to function efficiently. Key players operating in the global telecom radio site services market are Digita, Ericsson Inc., Aurecon Group Brand Pty. Ltd., Spectrum Communications, Inc. Comtech (Communication Technologies) Ltd, Killarney Telecommunications Ltd, Comsearch, and Northern Pride Communications Services. Market players are focusing on different strategies such as mergers & acquisitions, new product launches, agreements, partnerships, and collaborations in order to remain competitive in the market. For instance, Aurecon Group Brand Pty. Ltd is offering site acquisition, environment, and design (SAED) services across Australia to assist Telstra in meeting consumer requirements for wireless voice and data network.