frequency allocation

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frequency allocation

[′frē·kwən·sē ‚al·ə′kā·shən]
(communications)
Assignment of available frequencies in the radio spectrum to specific stations and for specific purposes, to give maximum utilization of frequencies with minimum interference between stations.
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CellOpt allows cell planners to do automatically what previously they could only do manually, by trial and error.
ComOpt first became known for CellOpt AFP, the breakthrough innovation in the area of Automatic Frequency Planning.
Second largest independent rural wireless provider in the United States will employ Actix's CellOpt for GSM/GPRS and TDMA wireless networks
Actix, the global provider of wireless network performance engineering solutions, today announced that Dobson Cellular Systems -- a subsidiary of Dobson Communications Corporation (Nasdaq:DCEL) -- has chosen Actix's CellOpt AFP for automatic frequency planning for its GSM/GPRS and TDMA wireless networks.
Using Actix CellOpt, Dobson's network engineers will be able to make better use of available spectrum, achieve maximum service quality, capacity, and coverage, which creates a better overall customer experience without over-capitalizing the network.
First introduced by ComOpt in 1997, CellOpt AFP has become a leading frequency planning tool employed in more than 100 wireless markets in more than 30 countries.
By using CellOpt AFP, Nextel has achieved significant capacity and quality improvement from our spectrum while at the same time achieving lower levels of capital expenditure.
We believe this new generation of CellOpt AFP will become the de-facto standard in frequency planning," stated Joachim Samuelsson, CEO of ComOpt.
CellOpt automatic cell planning dramatically simplifies two significant challenges for the wireless engineer: system cell tuning and site selection.
The Agilent CellOpt automatic cell planning solution can be used to configure cellsite parameters on new or existing networks to increase network performance while helping to reduce unnecessary infrastructure purchases.
For instance, SAFCO's CellOpt, a stand-alone frequency planning tool, is used by carriers and infrastructure providers worldwide.