How To Set Up A Micro Mobile Network in Your Neighborhood

You don’t have to spend a $100,000 to have a network installed in your neighborhood.  You don’t have to pay a monthly fee on top of that installation premium.  You don’t even have to wait around for the installers to arrive at their convenience when you need to be somewhere else at a certain time the day.

Because it is now easy for anyone to get their mobile network coverage throughout a hotel, apartment, office, neighborhood, village, plantation fields, camp grounds, marina or just about anywhere else you need to have a network signal; without having to run to your landline wired phones /phone booths.


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The magic that makes this work is the Micro Telecom Technology (as small as the size of a backpack). It spreads a single mobile network connection across radii.  In fact, this device is so versatile you can install it yourself and monitor it from your room or a SOHO. And it takes you no more than a few minutes to do it even if you consider the extent of your technical skills to be no more than switching your laptop on and off.

Why Omoco Micro Telecom ?

While closely working with teams on ground in Latin America, our experience brought out the need for deploying networks for low-income communities and remote industries thriving in naturally resourceful yet network under-served regions.

We figured that the basic requirements for any mobile network to thrive in these regions are when they meet the following needs:

  • It must be affordable
  • It must not require any configuration and be installa-ble by volunteers, property managers or residents with no training.
  • It must be manageable by non-trained property managers.
  • It must provide a connectable signal indoors without additional equipment.
  • It must be green- needs no diesel, no generator
  • Is durable to withstand every climate
  • And most of all help people Be Connected .

If you have an Omoco, the only thing you need to know is where to plug it in, and that is what this next section is all about.

Basic Planning:

Quick high-level checklist:

  1. Book a certified equipment manufacturer
  2. Know the local permissions and ordinances
  3. Site survey
  4. Whether indoors or outdoors
  5. Choose your power needs
  6. Grounding
  7. Mounting
  8. Testing and commissioning
  9. Optimization

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1. Selecting a Product Manufacturer or a Distributor 

The first step is to figure out where you will get your product from.

2. Picking a location for the setup of box 

Unlike a traditional Macro site network, a micro telecom doesn’t need a tower or antennae. You can just mount the unit on a tree or a pole with a clear line of sight and it is ready to run.

3. Install Subscriber Sync Software 

Every unit comes with a subscriber cloud software to consolidate subscriber and user information synced within every network.

How many Omocos do I need?

If you want to setup network in apartments or hotels, we recommend that you have one for every 4-6 units that you want to cover, on an average. This will vary depending upon the type of construction used for the apartments and clear line of sight.

If concrete/brick/stone or other “dense” materials are used, you may need one for every 3 or 4 units. For wood frame construction, 5-6 works about right.

If you are using the routers in a village farmland, mines or remote island, we recommend that each house or factory or island have at least one node.

And if the farmlands are especially large, you can even add multiple nodes to the remote industry house to provide excellent coverage in every farm or island.


4. Installation

  • Get your Omoco box
  • Choose a spot with clear line of sight for network
  • Install & sync your Omoco software
  • Upload number of users
  • Say Hello!

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We also offer outdoor enclosures for secure installation in apartment complexes, sports stadium, academic campuses and hotels.

5. Where to put it?

Okay, so you have your Omoco Network-in-a-Box. Now you just need to plug it in. It’s easy!

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6. Testing your network

The easiest way to test your network is to take your mobile phone farthest from the nodes you installed and make a call to another number on the same network to see how well it works.
For people around the world planning or building wireless mobile networks, the cost and accessibility of the equipment can often be a challenge. A traditionally large network is not intended to be mounted on poles or trees to connect a remote location & doesn’t reach inside buildings or remote islands of farmlands.

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