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Subspace engine 08:00 (UTC), 12 October 2018, Looking to learn about Telecommunications and about editing Wikipedia. Dogojosho ( talk ) 15:10, 17 January 2019 (UTC) Chiefly interested in mobile networks, and partially in programming and hardware development.
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- Long Distance Networks
- Local Loop Networks
- Radio Networks
- Local Projects
- Also See
Long distance networks allow transmission of significative amount of data between cities, large regions or even countries. Particular infrastructures need be installed according to capacity and risks such links are exposed to. You may find markers, dedicated space and buildings beside then. Long distance networks prefer reliability and amplification capacity instead of quantity. Distance requires costly amplification devices and large bandwidth (several, hundred of gigabytes/seconds) systems reliability expects low repair time. Then capacity=*(fibre number) inside a given cable is often small. You'll find higher capacity in local loop sections to connect subscribers to local service equipments.
Datacenters are facilities involved in telecom services production. Several sorts can be distinguished as below. They usually are restricted access buildings with appropriate utilities supplies including power, fibre and eventually district cooling feeders to cool them down. It is actually useful to separate buildings with compute or only traffic exchange capabilities as they don't offer the same kind of service. As it's two really different functions, they're pretty always located at different places. A proper proposal to establish a more wider tagging should be written and reviewed by the community.
Local loops refer to the last mile network cables intended to connect subscribers or businesses to service equipment located in telecom operators facilities like exchanges. These may be large capacity=*networks with high amount of fibres or copper pairs available in a given cable.
See also: https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/File:Radio_antennas_mapping_proposal.pngfor a proposal for details mapping of radio antennas etc 1. man_made=mast 2. man_made=tower 3. man_made=communications_tower See also: 1. Question about "operator(s)": Talk:WikiProject Telecoms 2. Proposed_features/Telecommunications_tower 3. Tag:man_made=communications_tower NOTE Often communication:mobile_phone=yesis used with the following to further define masts, towers etc See this overpass query for examples of combinations with communication:mobile_phone=yes http://overpass-turbo.eu/s/87Y
Local projects intend to document practices, knowledge and mapping guidelines only relevent for a particular area in the world. Feel free to create a dedicated one for your region if missing. Such page should only cover partiular area (like countries or region) but not a given infrastructure or facility for sake of consistency. 1. Telecoms/France
The New Cloud Atlas has a built in iD editor with customized presets. http://newcloudatlas.org/edit/id.htm. The project produces two map tilesets for Telecoms features: standard transparent markers and a "cloud x-ray" tileset showing a more artistic render with scaled polygons, overlapping markers and features shown at all zoom levels. In addition there is utf-grid tileset.telecom=antennacommunication=mobile_phone
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