Course Duration


Course Objectives

Telecom infrastructures are facing unparalleled challenges, with increasing demands on network capacity, especially after the advancement of 4G and 5G technologies. Network operators must determine how to expand the existing access network infrastructure into networks capable of satisfying the user’s requirements. Considering the present financial condition of the telecom operators, the enhanced form of infrastructure sharing is the only way forward for the industry development. Holders of radio frequency spectrum license can collaborate with another telecommunication network operator for the joint use of its radio frequency spectrum to implement new technology. The determining factor on whether collaboration or sharing can occur is 'new technology.'

Telecontran’s Telecommunication Tower Infrastructure Sharing Workshop highly focuses on Infrastructure Model, Infrastructure Power requirement as well as cost benefit analysis of Tower Infrastructure and its compliance with the regulatory direction and ordinance.

After successful completion of this workshop, participants will be able to

  • Comprehend Infrastructure Sharing and its requirement
  • Understand the various challenges facing telecommunication organizations which are confronted by the unprecedented network infrastructure issues.
  • Learn the commercial considerations as well as how to comply with the regulatory mandate for network sharing.
  • Make their own cost model analysis on site sharing before moving towards agreement signing with other stakeholders.

Target Audience

This course is specially designed for strategic or technical managers, consultants, communications professionals, system engineers, network professionals, RF Engineers, TX Engineers, Finance people who are involved in Infrastructure sharing, cost model Analysis and maintenance.

Course Curriculum

Module 1: Introduction to Infrastructure Sharing
  • What is Infrastructure
  • Why Infrastructure Sharing
Module 2: Types and Models of Infrastructure sharing
  • Site sharing
  • Mast sharing
  • RAN sharing
  • Core network sharing
  • Network roaming
Module 3: Types and Models of Infrastructure sharing
  • External & Internal alarms and Sensors
  • TXN, Optical
  • Energy and Grounding
  • Lighting and Surge Protection
  • Battery
  • Cooling
  • Fence
  • Building / Shelter
  • BTS Room
  • Roof Conditions
  • Site Access
Module 4: Strategic rationale for infrastructure sharing

Course Curriculum

Module 5: Economic and regulatory considerations
  • Efficiency improvements: coverage, quality and pricing
  • Impact on competition
  • Regulatory approval for infrastructure sharing
  • Controls on charges
  • Regulatory safeguards
Module 6: Cost Model Analysis for Infrastructure Sharing
Module 7: Technical and environmental considerations
Module 8: International practices on Infrastructure Sharing

Public Schedule

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