We are proud to work with our partners designing and manufacturing fully customized passive and active distribution antenna systems while supporting the ongoing challenge of increasing traffic faced by multi-operators. These challenges are found in large buildings such as airports, metro systems, stadiums and hotels. To reinforce our capabilities and expertise, below are a few projects with SDP Telecom’s involvement.

With our partners SDP Telecom supported the supply of our Low PIM components such as Attenuators for these projects.



Copenhagen Airport

The replacement Distributed Antenna System (DAS) provides significant savings with the removal of eight local base station locations to a base station hotel which supports multiple operators in one location. The neutral-host DAS enables several mobile operators to bring wireless coverage and capacity to their customers. The new DAS covers the underground section of two nine-kilometer parallel tracks as well as eight underground stations in the center of Copenhagen.

SDP Telecom was instrumental in the design and supply for 4 band combiners (Point of Interface) covering GSM900, DCS1800, UMTS2100, LTE2600.

Paris Metro


Paris Metro

For 113 years the metro has been a defining feature of Paris, now with 214 Km of track and 303 stations its network is one of the densest in the world. The Paris metro is still changing to meet the needs of the 21st century. In most stations Wi-Fi access provided is free, with a premium paid alternative offering faster internet connection.

SDP Telecom is fortunate to work with several partners on this project supplying Low IMD components i.e. Directional Couplers, Attenuators and Terminations.

Les Terrasses du Port, Marseilles


Terrasse du Port

Located in the heart of the largest redevelopment project in Southern Europe “Euromediterranée”, 480 hectares of land in the center of Marseille will deliver new offices, retail and housing. Opening in May 2014 the shopping center will be home to 160 stores, including 260m long restaurant terrace overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.

SDP Telecom designed and supplied equipment for this project; combiners (Point of Interface) covering DCS1800, UMTS2100, LTE2600.

Hôpital Européen de Marseilles


Hoptial Européen de Marseilles

This modern new facility opened in August 2013 offering to the public versatile services with high level of technical facilities and high quality conditions and accommodations.

SDP Telecom designed and developed multi-operator POI’s for this project covering GSM1800 and UMTS2100 bands.

MIAL Terminal 2 Expansion (Mumbai)


Mumbai Airport

Capable of handling 40 million passengers annually, terminal T2 opens February 2014. Mumbai’s newest landmark will eventually cater to both domestic and international flyers under one roof.

Our partner located in India required the design and manufacturing for passive POI covering CDMA, GSM900, DCS1800, UMTS2100, 4×4 MUX with CDMA and GSM filters, and multiband 18 x 8 combiner coaxial cavity filter solution.

Mosaic Stadium


SaskTel Mosaic Stadium

Located in Regina, Saskatchewan, Mosaic Stadium is an open-air sports stadium which is used primarily to play Canadian football. SaskTel was strategic in launching a new Wi-Fi network in Mosaic Stadium to supply a wireless high speed internet service for upcoming events. The new system is designed for optimal customer and fan experience, the improvements increase capacity by more than ten times.

SDP Telecom was fortunate to work with partners in supplying components for this system such as Attenuators and Terminations.

Peninsula Hotel - Paris


Peninsula Hotel

The Peninsula Hotel located not far from the Champs-Elysees is scheduled to open its’ doors 1st August 2014. Built in 1906 the architecture created major renovation difficulties resulting in delays for two years past the originally scheduled grand opening. This luxurious hotel with 200 rooms, 43 suites and rooftop terrace restaurant promises to be spectacular.

With our partner in Paris, SDP Telecom was involved in the custom design for multi-operator Point of Interface (POI) units in 1800 MHz and 2100 MHz bands.

Brazil Stadium


Brazil Stadium

FA World Cup 2014 will take place in 12 stadiums altogether, the event begins 12th June to 13th July 2014, preliminary plans announced free Wi-Fi network will be available in all the stadiums. Brazil’s largest carriers — Vivo, Claro, Oi, TIM and Nextel — have joined together to build distributed antenna systems (DAS) in the soccer stadiums. The supporting 4G technology of mobile has reached the 12 host cities of the World Cup.

Sports Stadium


Sport Stadium

The New Sports Stadium located in heart of South East Asia having a seated capacity of 55,000 with a retractable roof and comfort cooling for spectators, which will be the largest free spanning structure in the world, this will also include 41,000 sqm. of commercial space for leisure, shopping and dining activities plus library, a sports museum and an exhibition centre.

The stadium system will include Wi-Fi and mobile technologies including 3G and 4G, and will allow any device to connect to the Internet or make calls within the premises. Telco’s have the option to lease the backend mobile facilities from the locally-based systems integrator or “neutral host”. This “neutral hosting” model is a first of its type. SDP Telecom has been instrumental in supplying wireless equipment for this project by supplying combiners (Point of Interface) for 3 bands (i.e. GSM 1800, UMTS 2100 and LTE 2600), and 4 band combiners (i.e. GSM 900, 1800, UMTS 2100 and LTE 2600) and couplers.