Uninterrupted communication at the High Speed Train Line: Avea has completed its coverage activities on the Ankara - Istanbul High Speed Train (YHT) line, which will be commissioned today. The line was created for Avei passengers for mobile internet communication with uninterrupted voice. With this investment, Avea will be able to provide uninterrupted communication including the tunnels in Ankara-Istanbul YHT line.
Avea completed the necessary preparations for uninterrupted communication to the Avea on the Ankara-Istanbul High Speed Train (YHT) line, which will be commissioned today. Avea, which enlarges the coverage area in the train line, carries out all investments and works with infrastructure and system installations within the scope of improvements; Along the line, mobile Internet communication has been prepared for the passengers.
with the introduction of the operators of the GSM-R system in Turkey, obtained the possibility to use the new technology YHT line, which Avea, its customers YHT line between Eskisehir-Istanbul will enter service aims to provide seamless voice and internet access.
The solution will also be available on the Istanbul-Ankara YHT train line.
Avea has completed its efforts to establish a coverage area including tunnels on the Ankara-Istanbul YHT line. The Avea will be able to maintain their communications through the tunnels through transits as a result of the field installation and transfer work carried out for the 2G and 3G towers.
The total length of the Ankara-Istanbul High Speed Train line completed with the total investment cost of 5.6 billion liras will be 533 km and the maximum speed that the train will reach is 250 km. Ankara-Istanbul High Speed Line, which is expected to carry an annual average of 7,5 million passengers, has an 9 stop including Polatlı, Eskişehir, Bozüyük, Bilecik, Pamukova, Sapanca, İzmit, Gebze and Pendik.
In addition, Ankara-Eskişehir-İstanbul, 2 and 10 is the first step of the project, and the 245-kilometer-Ankara-Eskişehir YHT line is the first step of the project. was put into service in.