November Events


Communications Electronics will be at multiple events near you in

November. Expand your knowledge and expertise on wireless systems

that make your facility more efficient and safe. Learn about national

and local codes that mandate in-building public safety radio coverage and

how to enhance cellular and wireless data coverage throughout your buildings.

November 1
Baltimore Business Journal
Future of Downtown Baltimore
World Trade Center Baltimore
Baltimore, MD

November 8
Capital Buildings Engineering and Facility Maintenance Show
Martin’s Crosswinds
Greenbelt, MD

November 13
Public Safety Radio In-Building Seminar- Learn about Code Compliance
Bethesda, MD
By invitation only. Invitations to follow the week of Oct. 15th.

For more information, contact us at 410-252-1222.

CE approved vendor for DAS Testing with DC Office of Unified Communications

On August 17th, 2018 the Washington, DC Office of Unified Communications (DC-OUC) announced, effective immediately, that Communications Electronics is an approved vendor for Public Safety Bi-Directional Amplifier (BDA) and Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) Acceptance and Annual Testing for buildings located in the District of Columbia.  This was the culmination of an 18-month collaboration between CE and DC-OUC focused on improving quality and expanding technical services to the Washington, DC community.

As the newest of three authorized companies, Communications Electronics is able to provide BDA and DAS testing and verification on behalf of the DC-OUC.  This service includes signal level measurements, Delivered Audio Quality (DAQ) testing, as well as other functional tests and installation inspections as required by DC-OUC.

CE is excited to add this to our market-leading portfolio of turn-key BDA and DAS services which includes Engineering, Project Management, Installation, Commissioning, Repair and Maintenance, and Testing. For more information, please contact us at

DAS Technology Will Dominate The Future of In-Building Connectivity, Industry Experts Say

We are sharing an informative article by Tara Lerman of Bisnow.
At last month’s Wireless Tech Conference, a public sector IT manager, health system chief technology officer, airport manager, real estate developer and automotive program manager joined forces to discuss the future of wireless technology. They identified the challenges their industries are facing and shared their predictions for the future.
While each had different perspectives, there is one thing they all agreed on: Distributed antenna systems have come to define connectivity across industries.
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