Globally, telecommunications impact how we are able to connect with each other, communicate, and conduct business. In today’s world, there is almost nothing as important as reliable communication.
Reliable communication depends on reliable telecommunications infrastructure, empowering people and businesses alike to communicate by phone, internet, wired and wireless connections, and more. Only through this infrastructure do we have the ability to communicate with our neighbours locally, across the country, and around the globe.
As a one-stop-shop for telecommunications infrastructure solutions throughout Queensland, GNB Energy provides management and execution of a wide range of projects — from electrical and civil to telecommunication infrastructure for contractors, property developers, and government entities alike. Telecommunication is the way of the future and requires experts to effectively execute and manage the systems that allow us to communicate.
But, don’t just take our word for it. Let’s talk about some of the primary offerings of telecom infrastructure and how each facet of this industry shapes the world at large. Telecommunication infrastructure provides a foundation for which all of our communication takes place, making the installation and maintenance of this infrastructure a top priority around the world.
Telecommunication infrastructure is the pathway through which all Internet traffic flows and can include telephone wires, cables, satellites, and mobile technology. Even an electric grid can be used to relay internet traffic through power-line technology.
In general, fixed-line usually refers to wired networks for telecommunications. A fixed line is traditionally a connection provided by a cable that allows a user to make phone calls or connect to the internet. Copper cables and, more recently, fibre optics are used to run physical network connections that enable computers and users to connect with each other.
While technology has continued to advance beyond fixed networks, they still hold an important place in telecommunications infrastructure as the foundation for most connections. GNB Energy is committed to the continued development of this enterprise through civil excavation, trenchless technologies and continued testing of fixed network options.
Unlike fixed networks, wireless networks have no physical cables that connect them. A wireless network sends and receives data over radio frequencies. Wireless networks eliminate the need for fixed wires and allows devices to communicate and compute without being physically connected to one another. Even without running cables, wireless networks require many layers of infrastructure to function, including the erection of towers, antennae, rigging, power installations, and fibre optic installation, testing, and maintenance.
Our extensively trained and experienced riggers have worked across many telco networks including Telstra, Optus, TPG, Vodafone and mine sites throughout qld.
Our expertise also includes structural upgrades for Axicom and defence. Our special projects team combined skills include structural welding, mechanics, cabling, electrician, commercial helicopter pilot, all vehicle licences, advanced rigging and crane operations, civil machinery and military grade training and operational planning.
GNB Energy is Overhead Energex accredited and works with fibre trained linesmen in order to provide Queensland with reliable, integrated wireless network solutions. Our staff undergo continuous training to stay abreast of new innovations and updates in technology, allowing us to provide the best service and installation possible.
Defence/Aerospace Fibre Networks
Fibre optic networks transmit information by sending coded pulses of light through long optical fibres. These fibres are arranged in bundles and used to transmit light signals over long distances as coded information.
These features make fibre optic solutions ideal for the defence and aerospace industries by providing secure, lightweight, low power data transmission.
GNB Energy offers end to end fibre optic managing manufacturing, testing, installations, and aftermarket services.
Additional Services Provided by GNB Related to Telecommunications
Though we’ve discussed the core fundamentals of telecommunication infrastructure and its importance, GNB specialises in a wide range of services related to wired, wireless, and fibre optic communication solutions.
Other services include:
- Civils excavation and trenchless technologies
- Exchange and data centre Installations
- Telstra P1 access
- Telstra Interconnect Duct Access (DCAF)
- Civil feasibility studies and boundary surveying
- Fusion splicing and OTDR testing
- Optus FAD 1 and 3
- Greenfield macro and small cell build
- Civil construction
- Concrete installations and tower erection
- End to end integration and commissioning, small and macro cell
- Rigging, steel work, heavy lift, crane
- AC and Dc power installations
- Transmission, MTX upgrades and installations
- PIM testing
- Antenna Azimuth setting and report
- OTDR fibre testing, raw and PDF reports, fault finding
- Call testing and reports
- Telstra Small and macro cell fault finding and maintenance
- ITS and fibre installations
- In depth knowledge and experience installing as TMRS234
Investing in the future of telecommunications
GNB’s commitment to infrastructure goes beyond what you can see and touch. While sometimes intangible, telecommunication plays an important role in modern society and our ability to communicate with one another. GNB aims to provide comprehensive civil, electrical, and telecommunication infrastructure solutions throughout Queensland because we know that these technologies together create the foundation for our future.
Whether you need infrastructure at busy city sites or remote locations, our highly qualified technicians have a proven track record of operating in a wide variety of environments that allow for innovative and creative design solutions.
For more information or for help getting your project underway, contact us today.
For more information or for help getting your project underway