Bentley Coax - Network Design and GIS Software
Leverage the seamless engineering and open GIS environment of Bentley Coax to:
- Save time when you design, document, and produce construction prints in one environment
- Optimize designs on the fly with RF calculations that update as equipment is placed
- Design faster with a workflow that avoids time-consuming database transactions
- Share your RF network model with the enterprise through open data standards and an open API
- Maintain a precise end-to-end HFC network model by integrating with Bentley Fiber and Bentley Inside Plant
Configure communications equipment specifications
Ensure consistency across projects with configurable engineering and display specifications for equipment. Your administrators get simple user interfaces to modify and extend pre-configured equipment libraries. Support includes all requisite equipment types for coaxial, fiber, and HFC networks.
Create network schematics, diagrams, and reports
Publish precise documents directly from your intelligent network model. Support field work with network traces, facility diagrams, vault schematics, and more. Create bills of materials and other reports for a project, service area, or facility. Configure reports to print or import to other systems.
Design hybrid fiber coax networks
Model all equipment, connections, and signal performance from the physical fiber port at the headend to the coax port at the subscriber. Leverage precision layout tools, a rich GIS environment, and real-time design verification to complete projects up to three times faster than competing solutions.
Model networks from end-to-end
Create and maintain an end-to-end network model with integrated design and documentation of your inside and outside plant. Model connectivity between subscribers and your headend or central office. Perform network traces and access detailed engineering data for any network device.
Perform network engineering calculations and analysis
Verify designs with near real-time engineering calculations that update as devices are placed or edited. Speed layout with on-the-fly analysis of optical link loss budgets, RF signal quality, and powering optimization. Visually identify devices that do not meet design specifications.