Underground coal mine 5G coverage
In 2020, 5GtoB will accelerate significantly, and vertical industries will gradually become important users of 5G, and they will be deeply involved in the verification of 5G network capabilities to examine whether 5G meets the needs of the industry. In the test, due to factors such as inconsistent business requirements, single test scenarios, and failure to consider the capabilities of equipment manufacturers, industry users have different perceptions of 5G network capabilities. This article conducts a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the 5G coverage, business requirements and network planning of underground mines, and provides a certain reference for 5G network planning in coal mines.
1. Data analysis of 5G coverage test in underground coal mine
1) Underground test in Xinyuan Coal Mine
In the test of Xinyuan Coal Mine of Shanxi Huayang New Materials Group, a 2.6GHz four-channel leather station was deployed, with a single channel transmitting power of 21.7
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