Common Site Readiness work

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Site readiness is performed to ensure that the area is ready for you to carry out your telecom site survey. Here’s the typical work that goes into doing this:

Installation of racks: it’s a good idea to use professional installers as they know how to position and install the racks without causing any damages.

Marc Extensions: this is essentially a transmission path that starts at the interface of the access providers side of a telecoms circuit and ends at the termination point before the interface of the customer's premises equipment.

Low Voltage Cabling: this is structured wiring that helps support different digital technologies and must be installed on site.

Backboard installation: these are the backbone of telecom rooms and are fire resistant. They’re used as a protective barrier between the wall and any installed equipment.

More Info: it site survey checklist