Professional consulting services in electronic communications
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Electromagnetic Field Measurements
The most experienced company in EMF measurements in Cyprus.
Accredited with EN ISO/IEC 17025
Site Acquisition, Licensing, Reporting
Project Management and Systems Integration
Professionalism, expertise, quality, promptness, value for money
Cooperation for competency!
Rohde & Schwarz, Detecon, Exelysis, Prysmian, Aesys and others
Netfon Services Ltd was founded in 2000 with initial activity the provision of consulting services in telecommunications. Its services were subsequently expanded to include supporting services in electronic communications.
Netfon was the first company to be accredited with the CYS EN ISO/IEC 17025 in EMF measurements in Cyprus and is currently the most experienced company in EMF measurements as well as Site Acquisition and Licensing services. Through its vast experience with projects and tenders and its cooperation with well-respected organisations, Netfon continues to serve its customers to their full satisfaction.Read more
The recent Ground-to-Air project is proof of our prosessional work.
Netfon is the representative of Rohde & Schwarz in Cyprus providing expert product advice, product sales, customer support and service. For more than 80 years, Rohde & Schwarz has stood for quality, precision and innovation in all fields of wireless communications.
The privately owned company is strategically based on five pillars: test and measurement, broadcast and media, secure communications, cybersecurity, radiomonitoring and radiolocation. The electronics group, headquartered in Munich (Germany), has a global presence and is among the world market leaders in all of its business fields. It is the world's leading manufacturer of wireless communications and EMC test and measurement equipment, as well as of broadcasting and T&M equipment for digital terrestrial television.Read More
Detecon International is one of the world’s leading management consulting companies, one which combines classic management consulting with outstanding technological expertise. They advise customers in the fields of infrastructure and IT, processes and organization, and strategy and innovation. Being a subsidiary of T-Systems International, the key account brand of Deutsche Telekom AG, Detecon profits from an infrastructure which spans the globe and is maintained by a major international player. Together with Netfon, they have secured and carried out significant projects in Cyprus.Read More
As the world's largest producer of telecoms cables, supporting the infrastructures of many of the world's leading telecoms operators, the Prysmian Group delivers optical fibre and copper cabling solutions that help link communications to communities around the globe. The company also supplies a vast range of passive connectivity hardware and together, this combination of cables and connectivity allows the company to supply a wide range of bespoke telecom systems that provide complete solutions to today's telecoms industry.
In 2016, Netfon has reached an agreement with Prysmian (Telecoms Solution) for the promotion and sale of its wide product and service portfolio in Cyprus.Read More
Exelysis is a company, specializing in developing telecommunication solutions and marketing them worldwide. Their main tool, Exelysis Contact Center, is a communications framework handling advanced telecom operations in complex implementations such as Call centers, Integrations with 3rd party programs (CRM, ERP, PMS, GIS, SCADA and other), Unified Communications and Cloud Implementations.Read More
A pioneer in the LED display industry, Aesys has been synonymous with excellence for over 30 years. Constant research in software, electronic, and mechanical design has led Aesys to become a world leader in communication systems and display technologies. Netfon is their partner in Cyprus, offering Sales and Support.Read More
Choosing Netfon as your partner is a safe choice. We help our customers to better understand their needs, build superior networks, find sustainable paths to growth and achieve cost leadership. We share our clients' passion for results and work to ensure they can reach their full potential through our unique approach.
Through our vast experience and local expertise, we deliver promptly and to the full satisfaction of our customers. Our professionals come from within the industry and, consequenty, have a thorough understanding of the strategic, operational, technological and financial issues faced by the telecom operators.
Our services focus (but are not limited) to Regulators, Operators and large organizations, both in Cyprus and overseas. Our clientele includes:
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In 2013 Netfon won the tender issued by Cyta for the provision, installation and maintenance of the Ground-to-Air system of the Civil Aviation of Cyprus. The complete system, comprised more than 170 R&S Series4200 digital transmitters, receivers and transceivers in the VHF and UHF bands, as well as antennas, multicouplers, filters, cables and all necessary accessories. For the needs of this tender, Netfon acted solely as a systems integrator. In consultation with Rohde & Schwarz, we designed the system to be installed and then proceeded on our own with the procurement, installation, commissioning and testing of the complete system. The system has been accepted to the full satisfaction of Cyta and the Civil Aviation in December 2013 and is now operating under a 5-year maintenance agreement with Netfon.Ground-to-Air radio system
Netfon’s prime achievement has been the services provided to Areeba (now MTN), the second mobile operator in Cyprus, to secure the license and to enter and establish itself in the highly dominated by the incumbent mobile telecommunications market in Cyprus. Netfon, initially acting as consultants to Investcom LLC, the parent company of Areeba and then to Areeba itself, provided assistance and expert advice for more than 5 years. We have been involved in the initial tender preparation and license acquisition, the company and network setup, strategic planning, inter-working negotiations and agreements with the incumbent, marketing, network planning as well as with the provision of Site Acquisition (more than 80% of MTN's sites were signed by Netfon), EMF measurement services and site Legalisation services.
Non-ionizing radiation, also known as electromagnetic radiation, is the type of electromagnetic radiation that does not have the frequency and energy to ionize atoms or molecules. Included in this category are low frequency electric and magnetic fields arising in the vicinity of electric power installations, radiowaves and microwave frequency fields (e.g. radio and television antennas, mobile phones and their base stations, radar systems) infrared radiation, optical radiation (the visible light) and the lower part of ultraviolet(UV) radiation.
Only higher frequency energy waves are ionizing. Specifically, transmissions in the upper part of the UltraViolet and above (X-Rays and Gamma Rays).Read More
Non-ionizing radiation is not harmful in low intensity and short-term exposure. Non-ionizing radiation does not cause ionization in biological systems (body cells), even at very high intensity levels, but may cause heating. This is the major difference with ionizing radiation.Read More
Mobile telephony installations in Cyprus are subject to regular measurements. Measurements made at ground level near such installations, especially those with tower-mounted antennas, have shown that exposure levels are hundreds of times less than the limits set for safe exposure. This makes it unlikely that the public could be exposed to RF levels in excess of the said limits.
When mobile telephony base station antennas are mounted at rooftops, it is possible that a person on the roof could encounter exposure levels greater than those typically encountered on the ground. However, once again, exposure levels approaching or exceeding the safety limits are only likely to be encountered very close to and directly in front of the antennas. If you are below or on the side of such antenna systems, the exposure levels are significantly lower.Read More
In recent years, publicity, speculation, and concern over claims of possible health effects due to RF emissions from hand-held wireless telephones prompted various research programs to investigate whether there is any risk to users of these devices There is no scientific evidence to date, which proves that wireless phone usage may lead to cancer or a variety of other health effects, including headaches, dizziness or memory loss. However, studies are ongoing and key government agencies, continue to monitor the results of the latest scientific research on these topics.
The exposure guidelines specify limits for human exposure to RF emissions from mobile phones in terms of Specific Absorption Rate (SAR), a measure of the rate of absorption of RF energy by the body. Testing of hand-held phones is normally done under conditions of maximum power usage, thus providing an additional margin of safety, since most phone usage is not at maximum power. The safe limit for a mobile phone user is an SAR of 2 W/kg averaged over 10 grams of tissue, and compliance with this limit must be demonstrated before a phone is granted for marketing of a phone in the European Union.
In areas where there is very low mobile network signal, the prolonged and repeated use of mobile phones should be avoided. Mobile phones detect the low network signal and increase their transmission power to retain communication. In such situation we have a transmitter transmitting up to 2 W next to our brain.Read More
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