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Naizak Telecom designs, engineers and deploys high integrity turnkey telecommunication integrated networks to provide total telecommunication solutions for platforms, plant or pipeline installations alike. These networks consists of the telecommunications backbone network infrastructure using Fiber Optic, Microwave and VSAT technologies, or a combination of each to provide the SDH fiber optic network between various locations and buildings via a series of SDH nodes. These SDH fiber optic network networks may be configured to provide either redundant, duplicated loop or star network topologies depending on the critical nature of the network or segment concerned.

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  • Fiber optic based backbone networks
      Fiber Optic based backbone networks are the most reliable and efficient mode of Communications backbone with the support of both high speeds and bandwidth in demanding applications. The fiber optic networks encompass both SDH / SOHET networks. Naizak has deployed these networks for both pipeline projects and plant projects. NAIZAK provides detailed design and engineering including traffic assignments, bandwidth allocations, fiber optic link budget, fiber optic installation, fusion splicing and fiber testing

  • VSAT based satellite systems
      VSAT based satellite systems can be used for voice, data, remote monitoring and video conferencing. This technology can facilitate both point to point and star topology and is normally applied where locations are geographically a great distant from each other, or the physical terrain precludes line of site or lying of cable.

  • Microwave based transmission networks solutions
      Microwave based transmission networks solutions for point to point to multi point are used extensively in the oil and gas industry as a main telecommunications backbone to provide a transport medium for control, monitoring, telephony and LAN/WAN traffic. Naizak provides the complete system engineering, site surveys and frequency allocation and planning including the path profile.

  • Internet Protocol (IP) based networks
      Internet Protocol (IP) based networks are the dominant networks of the future. With the advancement in telecommunications and IT, IP based networks are increasingly supporting all varieties of traffic including voice, video, and becoming the basis for converging network design where all types of communications traffic can be accommodated on one unified network. NAIZAK Engineering can provide network design, traffic analysis, network optimization as part of its design deliverables the client.

  • Local Area Network (LAN)
      Local Area Network (LAN) is a computer network covering a small local area, like offices or a plant. Occasionally the term Campus Area Network is used for those which link several buildings. The defining characteristics of a LAN, in contrast to a Wide area network (WAN)are the much higher data rates of a small geographic range -at most a few kilometers. LANs are generally based on switched Ethernet or Wi-Fi technology running at 10, 100 or 1,000 M bit/s(1,000 M bit/s is also known as 1 G bit/s).

  • Wide Area Network or WAN
      Wide Area Network or WAN is a computer network covering a wide geographical area, involving a vast array of computers. This is different from local area networks (LANs) that are usually limited to a room, building or campus. The most well-known example of a WAN is the Internet. WANs are used to connect local area networks (LANs) together, so that users and computers in one location can communicate with users and computers in other locations. Many WANs are built for one particular organization and are private. Others, built by Internet service providers, provide connections from an organization's LAN to the Internet. WANs are most often built using leased lines. At each end of the leased line, a router connects to the LAN on one side and a hub within the WAN.

  • Terrestrial Trunked Radio(TETRA)
      Terrestrial Trunked Radio(TETRA) is a specialist Professional Mobile Radio and walkie-talkies standard for high integrity systems and the advantage over technologies such as GSM are having much lower frequency used, which permits very high levels of geographic coverage with a smaller number of transmitters, cutting infrastructure cost.

      The infrastructure can be separated from that of the public cell phone network, and made substantially more diverse and resilient by the fact that base stations can be some distance from the area served. Unlike most cellular technologies, TETRA networks typically provide a number of fall-back modes such as the ability for a base station to process local calls in the absence of the rest of the network, and for 'direct mode' where mobiles can continue to share channels directly if the infrastructure fails or is out-of-reach

  • Digital Radio Systems
      Digital Radio Systems are normally used for small bandwidth applications and short haul radio links, VHF/UHF digital radios are used especially for fast deployment at low investment cost. This VHF/UHF digital radio technology may be point to point, or multi point communications links also be used for both SCADA and LAN applications where appropriate

  • Private Telephone Networks (PTN)
      Private Telephone Networks (PTN) are an essential communications system requirement. Either legacy telephone TDM based networks or IP based telephone networks are available. These can include the interface to the PSTN and other global or private networks and services.

      Naizak Engineering can provide the detailed design, engineering, and deployment of such systems and integrate this system on a common communication backbone network.

  • Public Address & General Alarms Systems (PAGA)
      Public Address & General Alarms Systems (PAGA) are high integrity plant safety systems interfaced with fire & gas systems that are needed to alert personnel within the plant in the event of emergency situations by means of either a speech or alarm broadcast with visual warning beacons in high ambient noise areas. This applies to both hazardous and non-hazardous areas of the plant accordingly.

  • Close Circuit Television Systems (CCTV)
      Close Circuit Television Systems (CCTV)are used for both monitoring plant processes and or plant security surveillance using a network of strategically located fixed or remote control cameras with associated ancillaries such as mast towers or flood light where required or specified.

      Using the latest proven technological developments in cameras, monitors and control systems CCTV systems are designed and engineered for both industrial and hazardous area environmental applications and in full compliance to the applicable safety and international standards.

  • Access Control and Management Systems
      Access Control and Management Systems also make a vital contribution to physical plant security and anti intrusion in controlling entry or access to specific areas of the plant. This is may be main gate entrances for either vehicles or personnel via road barriers or turnstiles manually operated by security personnel or via means of a various range of electronic technologies such as proximity fobs or magnetic cards that effectively act as a electric key.

      Additionally internal areas of the plant may have access to sensitive areas, such as control rooms restricted and controlled using electro-magnetic door locks that can be activated using the same electronic key. All access events are logged and are time/date stamped to provided an effective access management data base tool. Additionally internal areas of the plant may have access to sensitive areas, such as control rooms restricted and controlled using electro-magnetic door locks that can be activated using the same electronic key. All access events are logged and are time/date stamped to provide an effective access management data base tool.

  • Perimeter Fence Intrusion Detection Systems
      Perimeter Fence Intrusion Detection Systems provide the first layer of electronic security to monitor the first level of physical security of the plant. These systems use a number of different technologies to monitor fence intrusion from microwave perimeter detection or fence sensors.