LCC has designed more than 350 networks worldwide and has had a key role and impact on the field of network engineering. As the industry has changed with the introduction of new technologies and capabilities, LCC has adapted its practices to more efficiently design networks.

Network Thinning

Network thinning, or removing cell sites from a wireless network, helps carriers move their network from 2G to 2.5G and 3G onwards. In order to realize the efficiencies gained from combining networks and deploying new technologies, the merged networks need to be optimized to serve the existing customer base with equal or better service supported by fewer cell sites.

LCC’s Network Thinning services help maximize site utilization and optimization in a network. By achieving networks with a lesser number of sites and ensuring the network performance, operators realize monetary savings on leasing costs, reduce OpEx, and ensure more efficient management of the network on all technologies.