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MW NETWORK DESIGN
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Figure 73 Document control during microwave project
These two extreme cases, as well as anything in between, have to be dealt with quite differently The process shown here is designed to work smoothly and efficiently although experience shows that occasionally one or more steps in the process result in a no go, and portions of the work have to be repeated and/or resolved in a different manner That is actually a normal (and necessary) part of the process, and if a plan is eventually going to be determined to be infeasible, it s better to find out as early as possible
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The cautions for the reader are as follows: first, if input data is not accurate, work (and money) will be wasted; take the time to avoid the garbage-in, garbage-out syndrome, and follow the well known and utilized S-curve for the project Second, if there are unnecessary rushes to judgment and the normal sequence is not followed, the overall engineering costs will likely be much higher than they could have been, as portions of the process are necessarily repeated Remember that the process sequence is designed to deliver critical information to each successive step When the steps are taken in order and no roadblocks are encountered, the money is well spent; even if legitimate roadblocks are encountered, the money is still well spent as long as little as possible was spent identifying the roadblock Document control will provide the administrative support and control of all project documentation This will include, but is not limited to, contract change proposals, manual updates, drawing control, specification changes, and so forth At the end of the project, the following documents should be supplied:
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Technical manuals for the equipment supplied One set of interim as-built drawings for each site Final as-built drawings following nal acceptance Factory test results Relevant acceptance test plans (ATPs) Training manuals (if training is speci ed)
7322 Importance of Record Keeping The document used for tracking day-to-day activities on the microwave project deployment is usually called the master MW site database It contains all the relevant information about the site and the equipment to be installed In a wireless network, each cell site may initially have more candidates (ie, potential site locations) that, over time, will come down to the one final site It would be a waste of time and money to perform a microwave path survey on all candidates, but they all have to be included in the list while the path survey is performed on the final two or three candidates The final site location will be chosen based on RF, transmission/microwave, and site acquisition feasibility Good record keeping is important because, initially, even a small wireless network of 50 cell sites may have 200 to 300 site candidates and the same number of potential microwave hops In addition, it is very important to make sure that all the suppliers, consultants, and contractors leave behind a detailed written trail in the form of path calculations and path profiles, drawings, test results, as-built documentation, etc
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Changes and Modifications During the review of the project deliverables, the project manager and project team may discover elements that were not included in the scope statement but should be On the other hand, the project manager and the team may discover activities in the scope statement that should be removed Regardless of the reason, when updating the scope statement, the appropriate stakeholders must be notified of the change and the justification of why the change is being made During the fast-paced build-out phase, things are sometimes done without a written order or without any written trace of who did the work, who ordered it, and why An important word of caution here is to avoid the trap of performing the work without the written authorizations; a change notification form, also called a change order, must be issued On a big project, this could amount to a significant amount of money for which, after the fact, no one wants to take responsibility A change order must contain at least the following information:
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