Indoor and Outdoor DAS
Industry data states that 80% of all wireless calls are made indoors. Seamless indoor and outdoor wireless coverage is essential in today’s environment.
Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) amplify and distribute mobile phone and/or two-way radio signals throughout areas which otherwise have poor service. These systems are designed to enhance spaces, including any combination of indoor and outdoor areas, with the end purpose of providing better mobile phone and two-way radio service in key areas.
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Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) for mobile telephony have been evolving for years, moving from a solution for simply providing coverage to underserved spaces to a solution that requires (both voice and data) capacity to be an equal factor in the design considerations. Historically DAS solutions have distributed mobile phone signaling provided either by an off-air Bi-Directional Amplifier (BDA; typically used for smaller DAS) or conventional base station hardware that is used for macro sites (for larger DAS). Neither of these are ideal solutions in most cases though: BDAs simply push the traffic from building onto the macro network straining capacity and increasing interference in the network; macro base stations are very expensive, relatively large, and use/produce far more power than typically necessary.
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Public Safety DAS
While radio communication for First Responders is critical during any emergency, the truth is building materials frequently block wireless signals. In-Building communications systems are designed to overcome this issue and to provide uninterrupted First Responder radio coverage at all times.
Public awareness is driving new regulations and there are new Ordinances being issued by Counties, Towns and Municipalities that mandate 99% coverage for "critical areas" for new construction and renovated properties in their jurisdictions.
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Like our Enterprise customers, you have undoubtedly experienced the trend from mobile phones being voice-centric handsets to phones being data-centric devices.
Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint Solutions
Where previous network architectures called for fiber or virtual connectivity solutions between buildings, today’s point-to-point (PtP) and point-to-multipoint (PtM) products can be used as high-speed solutions to cost-effectively extend and connect networks.
Wireless LAN Solutions
The truth is that whether the end user is an executive, an office worker, or a guest most end users gauge the quality of your network by the performance of the WLAN.
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