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Contents Introduction ............................................................................................................................................ 2 Why is In-buildin In-building g Coverage Coverage Important Important? ? ............................................................. ................................ ....................................................... ................................. ....... 2 Objectives ............................................................................................................................................... 3 Assumptions Assump tions......................................................... ............................... .................................................... .................................................... .................................................... ............................... ..... 3 Project scope scope statement......................................................... ............................... .................................................... .................................................... ....................................... ............. 4 Work breakdown breakdown structure.......................................... structure.................................................................... ...................................................... .................................................. ...................... 5 WBS Dictionary........................................................................................................................................ 6 Project Managemen Managementt Plan ........................................... ..................................................................... ..................................................... .................................................. ....................... 7 Schedule Schedu le management plan............................................... plan......................................................................... .................................................... ........................................ .............. 7 Staffing Staffi ng Management Management Plan............................ Plan...................................................... .................................................... .................................................... ................................... ......... 9 Risk Register ........................................................................................................................................ 9 Case Study Calculation Calculationss ..................................................... ........................... .................................................... .................................................... .......................................... ................ 10 HR Calculations Calculations..................................................... ........................... .................................................... .................................................... ................................................... ......................... 10 Material Materi al Calculations Calculations ..................................................... ........................... .................................................... .................................................... .......................................... ................ 10 Overall Project Project Calculations Calculations ......................................................................... ............................................... .................................................... ...................................... ............ 11 Conclusion Conclu sion........................................................ ............................. ..................................................... .................................................... .................................................... ................................. ....... 12

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Introduction There are numerous challenges, both from a business and a technical perspective, when designing and implementing indoor coverage solutions. Indoor radio planners carry a major responsibility for the overall business case and performance of the network. In many countries 80% of users are inside buildings, and providing high-performance indoor coverage, especially on higher data rates, is a challenge. It is much more than a technical challenge; the business case must also be evaluated, as well as future-proofing of the solutions implemented, among other considerations. Why is In-building Coverage Important?

There are many reasons for the mobile operator, both technical and commercial commercial,, for providing sufficient in-building coverage. The technical motivations are typical; lack of coverage, improvement of service quality, need for more capacity, need for higher data rates and to offload the existing macro network. In 3G (UMTS) networks, the need to offload the existing macro network is an especially im important portant parameter. The need for higher-speed data rates inside buildings also plays an important factor. It is evident that you will need dedicated in-building (IB) solutions to provide high-speed data service on UMTS and especially when deploying HSDPA/HSUPA high-speed data services. However, even the most hardcore technical RF design engineer must realize that the main driver for any mobile network operator must be to increase the revenue factor. The purpose is to maximize the revenue of the network and to lower the production produ ction cost of the traffic. The cost of produ producing cing a call minute (CM) is a crucial  

 

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factor for the mobile operator, and so is the production cost per Mb of data transmitted in the network.

Objectives -  Determine the cost estimation to one activity for in-building coverage project. -  Explain how the cost estimation inputs influence the activity’s cost.

 Assumptions

-  Assume that the company has a clear forecast to the further projects. -  The company has their own templates, like a site survey reports. -  The company has their own commercial data base with the employee salaries ranges. -  The overheads costs are not included in cost estimates because it is not a one of the project manager’s tasks as defined in the company’s policy. -  The employee skills are defined before the start of project. -  One of the project scope statements is using genuine programs, and calibrated equipment.

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Cost Estimating Methodology

Costing is important because it provides a quantified basis for defining poverty reduction strategies and programs, as well as for forecasting resource gaps and needs, and for mobilizing additio additional nal resources, either internally or externally. While it is usually not possib possible le to obtain reliable cost estimates for the long-term, costing costing is essential for coordinating the national budget and aid allocations with the prioritized development developmen t goals. The price tag and the financing plan of the programs or projects can only be ascertained meaningfully within a short-to-medium time horizon. There are several common costing methodologies, and they all have their usefulness in specific situations. However, no one single methodology is appropriate for every situation. All cost estimates must be interpreted with caution and scrutinized carefully. Nobody should be utterly confident of their precision. In short, there is no universally robust or best way of costing programs or projects. Since it is better to be broadly right than to be precisely wrong, cost estimates are sometimes best seen as orders of magnitude, expressed as a range rather than a single figure. The

determine resource cost rates

is the methodology that used to estimate the

costs.

Project scope statement 95% of building’s area should be covered with a signal strength not less than -85dBm.

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Work breakdown structure The work breakdown structure (WBS) provides the relationship among all the components of the project and the project deliverables. The below table show the WBS for the in-building solution project: Table 1 Work Breakdown Structure WBS

Task Name

Duration



In-Building Coverage Project 

110 days  Mon 11/16/15  Sun 4/17/16 

1.1 

Site Survey & Design 

1.1.1 

Site Survey 

Start

Finish

Predecessors

15 days  Mon 11/16/15  Sun 12/6/15  9 days 

Mon 11/16/15  Thu 11/26/15 

1.1.1.1

Building information

1 day

Mon 11/16/15 Mon 11/16/15

1.1.1.2

Surrounding network information

1 day

Tue 11/17/15

Tue 11/17/15

4

1.1.1.3

Draft solution design

2 days

Wed 11/18/15 Thu 11/19/15

5

1.1.1.4 1.1.1.5

Propagation Measurements BTS, Microwave & Antenna location

2 days 1 day

Tue 11/17/15 Thu 11/19/15

Wed 11/18/15 4 Thu 11/19/15 7

1.1.1.6

Cable routing

3 days

Sun 11/22/15

Tue 11/24/15

1.1.1.7

Photos of Ant. , BTS & MW locations

1 day

Wed 11/25/15 Wed 11/25/15 9

1.1.1.8

Site survey report submitted

1 day

Thu 11/26/15

Thu 11/26/15

10

1.1.1.9

approved   Site survey report approved

0 days

Thu 11/26/15

Thu 11/26/15

11

1.1.2 

Design

8

14 days  Tue 11/17/15  Sun 12/6/15 

1.1.2.1

Import the layout to iBwave

1 day

Tue 11/17/15

1.1.2.2

Design building

5 days

Wed 11/18/15 Tue 11/24/15

1.1.2.3

Perform prediction

1 day

Wed 11/25/15 Wed 11/25/15 15

1.1.2.4

Generate reports Building Design complete and approved

1 day

Thu 11/26/15

Thu 11/26/15

16

4 days

Sun 11/29/15

Wed 12/2/15

17

1.1.2.6

BoQ ready and approved

2 days

Thu 12/3/15

Sun 12/6/15

18

1.1.2.7

Design complete and BoQ approved   approved

0 days

Sun 12/6/15

Sun 12/6/15

19

1.1.2.5

1.2 

Ordering & Delivery  

1.2.1

Tue 11/17/15

4 14

44 days  Thu 12/3/15 

Tue 2/2/16 

Material Ordering

6 days

Thu 12/3/15

Thu 12/10/15

18

1.2.2

Material Delivery

28 days

Sun 12/13/15

Tue 1/19/16

22

1.2.3

Custom Clearance

10 days

Wed 1/20/16

Tue 2/2/16

23

1.2.4

Material out of custom clearance and delivered to the warehouse 0 days

Tue 2/2/16

Tue 2/2/16

24

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1.3 

Installation & Integration 

46 days  Wed 2/3/16 

Wed 4/6/16 

1.3.1

Passing Cables

30 days

Wed 2/3/16

Tue 3/15/16

25

1.3.2

Fixing Components

3 days

Wed 3/16/16

Sun 3/20/16

27

1.3.3

Fixing Equipment

2 days

Wed 3/16/16

Thu 3/17/16

27

1.3.4

Fixing Connectors

7 days

Mon 3/21/16

Tue 3/29/16

29,28

1.3.5

Labeling

4 days

Wed 3/30/16

Mon 4/4/16

30

1.3.6

Site Clean up Site integration and commissioning

2 days

Tue 4/5/16

Wed 4/6/16

31

2 days

Tue 4/5/16

Wed 4/6/16

31

0 days

Wed 4/6/16

Wed 4/6/16

33

7 days 

Thu 4/7/16 

Sun 4/17/16 

1.3.7

Installation & Integration completed   completed

1.3.8

1.4 

Verification & Acceptance 

1.4.1

Site Master Measurements

1 day

Thu 4/7/16

Thu 4/7/16

33

1.4.2

Antennas Measurements

2 days

Thu 4/7/16

Sun 4/10/16

33

1.4.3

Waking Test

2 days

Mon 4/11/16

Tue 4/12/16

37

1.4.4

Preparing Verification Report

3 days

Wed 4/13/16

Sun 4/17/16

38

1.4.5

Preparing As-built Report

4 days

Thu 4/7/16

Tue 4/12/16

33

0 days 0 days

Sun 4/17/16 Sun 4/17/16

Sun 4/17/16 Sun 4/17/16

39 41

Verification & Acceptance Completed  Completed  Project Completed 

1.4.6 1.5

WBS Dictionary The WBS dictionary and related detailed statements of work provide an identification of the deliverables and the description of the work in each WBS component required to produce each deliverable. The table 2 shows the WBS dictionary for site survey and design: Table 2 WBS Dictionary WBS

Task Name

Description

1

In-Building Coverage Project

1.1

Site Survey & Design

1.1.1

Site Survey

Tripoli international Airport Indoor Building Solution Make a site survey for the Airport and design the distribution antenna system Make a site survey for the Airport

1.1.1.1

Building information

Collect the building information

1.1.1.2

Surrounding network information

Investigate the surrounding network information

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Make a draft design for the antenna locations , component and cables Use transmitter and receiver to measure the penetration loss for the walls Looking for the suitable location for the Base Station Transceiver , Microwave dish and the Antennas

1.1.1.3

Draft solution design

1.1.1.4

Propagation Measurements

1.1.1.5

BTS, Microwave & Antenna location

1.1.1.6

Cable routing

1.1.1.7

Photos of Ant. , BTS & MW locations

1.1.1.8

Site survey report submitted

1.1.1.9

Site survey report approved

Investigate the cable routing and how can we route the cables Take photos to the component locations Prepare the site survey report and submit it to the PMO to approve Milestone

1.1.2

Design

Stage

1.1.2.1

Import the layout to iBwave

Import DWG files or the sketch to iBwave design tool

1.1.2.2

Design building

1.1.2.3

Perform prediction

When the design completed, we do prediction to emulate the design

1.1.2.4

Generate reports

Such as BoQ, Magnetic field, Complaint distance, and etc.

1.1.2.5

Building Design complete and approved

1.1.2.6

BoQ ready and approved

1.1.2.7

Design complete and BoQ approved

Milestone

Project Management Plan Schedule management plan

The project schedule is the roadmap for how the project will be executed. Schedules are an important part of any project as they provide the project team, sponsor, and stakeholders a picture of the project’s status at any given time. The purpose of the schedule management plan is to define the approach the project team will use in creating the project schedule.

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Staffing Management Plan

The Staffing Plan defines the required human resources needed to deliver the desired project deliverables. It involves the selection and assignment of a Project Team. The Staffing Plan must provide the appropriate skill sets to manage the project and to perform the tasks that produce the specified project deliverables. It also needs to provide for any additional non-labor resources such as tools, equipment, or processes used by the project team.

Risk Register

Risk register lists all identified risks that may affect the project. It should be as comprehensive as possible to include all identifiable items that have probability of occurrences and generally includes estimated probability of the risk event to occur, severity or possible impact of the risk, probable timing and anticipated frequency.

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Case Study Calculations

HR Calculations

#

Resource Name

 

1 2 3 4 5 6

Head of P MO Procurme nt Manage r Logi stics Seni or Engineer Tel ecom Engineer RF Engi ne er 1

7 8 9 10 11 12

RF Engi ne er 2 Technici an 1 Technici an 2 Technici an 3 Technici an & Dri v er Technici an 4

Sal ar ary

Car

He al al th th Care

Pe ns nsi on on

Acco mm mmodat io ion Cost / Ye ar ar

120000 120000 18000 27300 24000 25200

40000 40000 21000 21000 0 0

1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200

13500 13500 2025 3 30 071.25 2700 2835

0 0 0 0 0 0

25200 9600 9600 9600 16200 9600

0 0 0 0 21000 0

1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200

2835 0 0 0 1822.5 0

0 200 200 200 0 200

Co st st / Mont h Cost / day

174700 14558.33333 174700 14558.33333 42225 3518.75 52571.25 4380.9375 27900 2325 29235 2436.25 29235 11000 11000 11000 40222.5 11000

2436.25 916.6666667 916.6666667 916.6666667 3351.875 916.6666667

485.2778 485.2778 117.2917 146.0313 77.5 81.20833 81.20833 30.55556 30.55556 30.55556 111.7292 30.55556

13 jouni r Engi nee r

21000

0

1200

2362.5

0

24562.5

2046.875 68.22917

Material Calculations

# 1 2 3 4 5 6

Resour Reso urce ce Na Name me Tool Box 1 Tool Box 2 Si te Maste r Ne mo Handy TEMS Laptop

7 8 9 10

Car i Bwave Transmitte r and Re cie ve r Labe l machi ne

Hea ead d cos osts ts An Annu nual al Co Cost stss Op Oper erat atio ion n Co Cost stss Co Cost st / Ye Year ar Cost Cost / Mon onth th Cos ostt / da day y 600 0 0 600 50 1.666666667 600 0 0 600 50 1.666666667 10000 750 0 10750 895.8333333 29.86111111 1500 0 0 1500 125 4.166666667 3500 0 0 3500 291.6666667 9.722222222 1100 0 0 1100 91. 66666667 3.055555556 21000 100000 5000 700

0 5000 0 0

300 0 0 0

21300 105000 5000 700

1775 8750 416.6666667 58. 33333333

59.16666667 291. 6666667 13.88888889 1 1..944444444

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Overall Project Calculations

Based on the previous estimated calculations here are the overall project calculation: WBS

Task Name



In-building Coverage Project

1.1  1.1.1 

Resource Names

Cost

LYD 38,838.60  LYD 7,211.76 

Site Survey & Design  Site Survey 

LYD 2,192.13 

1.1.1.1

Building information

Senior Engineer,Car[1]

LYD 205.17

1.1.1.2

Surrounding network information Senior Engineer,Laptop[1],TEMS[1],Car[1]

LYD 217.95

1.1.1.3

Draft solution design

Laptop[1],iBwave[1]

LYD 294.73

1.1.1.4

Propagation Measurments

Transmitter and Reciever[1],RF Engineer 1

LYD 176.29

1.1.1.5

BTS, Microwave & Antenna location

Technician 1,Senior Engineer,Car[1]

LYD 235.73

1.1.1.6 1.1.1.7

Cable routing Photos of Ant. , BTS & MW locations

Technician 1,Senior Engineer,Technician 2,Car[1]

LYD 680.53

Technician 1,Senior Engineer,Car[1]

LYD 235.73 LYD 146.00

1.1.1.8

Site survey report submitted

Senior Engineer

1.1.1.9

approved  Site survey report approved 

Head of PMO

1.1.2 

LYD 0.00

LYD 5,019.63 

Design

1.1.2.1 1.1.2.2

Import the layout to iBwave Design building

RF Engineer 2,iBwave[1] RF Engineer 2,iBwave[1]

LYD 372.87 LYD 697.67

1.1.2.3

Perform prediction

iBwave[1],RF Engineer 1

LYD 372.87

1.1.2.4

Generate reports

iBwave[1],RF Engineer 1

LYD 372.87

Head of PMO,iBwave[1]

LYD 2,232.79

1.1.2.5

Building Design complete and approved

1.1.2.6

BoQ ready and approved

1.1.2.7

Design complete and BoQ approved   approved

Head of PMO

LYD 970.56

Head of PMO

LYD 0.00

1.2 

Ordering & Delivery  

LYD 17,672.32 

1.3 

Installation & Integration 

LYD 12,191.93 

1.4 

Verification & Acceptance 

LYD 1,762.59 

1.5

Project Completed 

LYD 0.00

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Conclusion

-  The clear forecast of the further projects helps us to decide to buy iBwave program which is the design software instead of designing the project using third party. -  Using the templates mitigate the mistakes and help to reduce the cost. -  By using genuine programs, and calibrated equipment influence the cost estimate and this is one of the cost estimates inputs which is project scope statements constraints.

-  Determine the employees’ salaries influencing the cost estimates as a one of the enterprise environmental factors. -  WBS helps to get the estimation of the project more accurate. -  By taking the inputs of cost estimates into account, resulting the ability to determine the cost estimates to the project.

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