Making inroads into the rail sector.
Kordia is making inroads into the rail sector, with the successful completion of two networks at the upgraded Parramatta Railway Station and Chatswood Transport Interchange in New South Wales.
With extensive experience in specialised coverage design at shopping centres, corporate buildings, international airports, sporting grounds and transport tunnels, Kordia has a strong understanding of the coverage requirements in these complex environments.
Kordia designed, installed, verified and commissioned the Government Radio Network in-building system at the Parramatta Railway Station, which supports emergency, essential services and agencies’ operational communication needs. This allows network users such as rail and emergency services to maintain network coverage for its radio communication with operators in all areas of the station, from the platforms to Parramatta Westfield Shopping Centre.
Kordia also designed and deployed wireless coverage for cellular networks and land mobile radio (LMR) at the Chatswood Transport Interchange. From retail areas, railway concourse and platforms to public areas, basement docks and underground multi-storey car parks, Kordia created a robust and cost effective coverage system that accommodated multiple cellular carriers and different technologies.
Kordia designed a passive distributed antenna system, which was approved by all the key mobile carriers and LMR operators. By using visually discreet antennas and links, Kordia cleverly integrated the system into the architecturally-designed building while ensuring adherence to strict fire rating codes for all materials used. The installation was carefully planned, with due consideration given to site security and accessibility to minimise impact of the activities on the construction environment.
“With extensive experience in specialised coverage design at shopping centres, corporate buildings, international airports, sporting grounds and transport tunnels, we have a strong understanding of the coverage requirements in these complex environments.”