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User Guide for SiteSee

User Guide for SiteSee

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By Muhammad Adeel Ahmed
1.Database Creation2.Using SiteSee.Database Creation:
SiteSee 2.3 is a handy tool to make BTS Sites on MapInfo. The tool doesn’t require any specialpractice,in fact if you have a good knowledge of MapInfo you can create the database veryeasily. There are 3Mandatory things which you need to provide in SiteSee 2.3.1.Latitude. (Y-Axis).2.Longitude. (X-Axis).3.AzimuthOptional things:1.Site Name.2.Cell Name.3.Beamwidth.4.Site Radius5.Height.6.Tilts7.Channel etcOpen Excel Sheet and Create simple mandatory and optional fields. (note: You can nameHeaders with your choice), I have added the Beamwidth column, you can use it if you are usingdifferent beamwidthantennas. I have called it as an optional field because you can also fixedthe value of Beamwidth in SiteSee 2.3. (Snapshot is attached Lated) and you don’t need tomention this column in Excel. Save it and Open Excel Table in MapInfo. See Snapshots below:

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