The 5th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games were held in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, from 17 to 27 September 2017.
All 45 member countries of the Olympic Council of Asia were invited to compete at these Games. A total of 21 sports were represented for the Indoor and Martial Arts Games: five Olympic sports (cycling, equestrian, taekwondo, weightlifting and wrestling), five Olympic sports contested only in non-Olympic formats (basketball, athletics, football, swimming and tennis) and eleven non-Olympic sports (bowling, chess, cue sports, dancesport, ju-jitsu, kickboxing, kurash, muaythai, sambo, belt wrestling and traditional wrestling).
After a 5-years radio design and engineering period, SEE Telecom was chosen to provide the TETRA radio coverage system of the Olympic Complex and the new National Airport especially built for the Asian Games.
The system delivered and commissioned by SEE Telecom is an optical DAS including two Master stations (optical master units) and 28 optical remote slave stations. Each OMU (1 and 2) are equipped with 24 optical transceivers (RX/TX). OMU1 feeds 15 slave stations and OMU2 feeds 13 slave stations. Master stations and remote slave stations are connected together using optical fibers in star connection mode. A Monitoring system SEE AMCE is installed to control the global system.
A total of 32 TETRA carriers in 4 sub-bands 5 MHz are re-transmitted in 15 buildings and 1 airport. This big challenge had the same success of this Asian Games’s edition, and SEE TELECOM officially received the congratulations of the organizers.