European Communication Office
european communication office.
Backend development / System architecture / Open source / Java
SIMULATING THE FUTURE OF MOBILE NETWORKS.
Europe is turning mobile based on new wireless networks and more and more advanced protocols. As new networks are developed it is crucial to ensure the coexistence between systems and avoid interference between them. For manufacturers, telcos, authorities, and scientists the rapid development of wireless communication systems requires an continuous review of their interactions. Probabilistic simulations based on different interference scenarios and deep knowledge about how the involved systems work is needed.
Jayway is a software partner for The European Communication Office (ECO), which is the permanent office of the CEPT, an organisation gathering 48 countries in the European continent that work together to harmonise the use of wireless communications in order to create a dynamic and efficient market. Jayway has delivered an open source simulation tool, programmed in Java, which is scalable and free to use for key stakeholders around the world.
"We lay great value on building a cooperative, transparent and trusting working environment, and Jayway shares the same values. This includes robust and well commented coding, high reactivity of the development team, seamless communication, transparency in each stage of the development and obviously a fair pricing to ensure that the customer gets value for money." - Jose Carrascosa
Our solution architects have developed a whole new and unique framework, which makes it possible for the users to independently develop and test their own radio and mobile systems. Since the users can contribute their plugins to the community, the tool becomes more and more complete and allows for unique custom made interference calculations of increasing robustness. The tool is widely used across the world and valued by its users and scientists. Our work for ECO is led by some of our most experienced Java specialists in Copenhagen.