In today’s business world, our everyday devices — laptops, cell phones, and tablets — need to work wherever we go. By utilizing a cellular Distributed Antenna System (DAS) or a Small Cell Network, we can guarantee a high-quality wireless connection. When a cellphone tower is unable to adequately provide coverage to a concentrated area, a DAS or Small Cell Network is installed to enhance wireless reception. Both networks have an indoor and outdoor application, and can provide coverage for a singular wireless carrier (i.e. Verizon Wireless), or they can be scalable to a network which covers all major wireless carriers (i.e. Verizon Wireless, AT&T Wireless, T-Mobile, Sprint).
Allows for Future Expansion
DAS or Small Cell Networks offer customizable network architecture for a reliable wireless experience in buildings or venues of any size. These solutions can expand as capacity increases and new frequencies arise, making them cost-effective, and allowing for a greater return on your investment.
Each system can be completely customized to your needs with the ability to support a single carrier or multiple carriers, including Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. These flexible systems can support frequencies from 700 MHz to 2600 MHz, including any combination of 700/800 MHz, SMR800, PCS, AWS, WCS, and 2.5 GHz.
Carrier & FCC Approved
Each solution provides unmatched reliability and is approved by all major wireless carriers (i.e. Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint). In addition, each carrier grade system is fully licensed as industrial class by the FCC.
Each system is carefully engineered, installed, and managed to provide coverage for venues of any size. These systems can be used in residential mixed-use buildings, office buildings, stadiums, hotels and hospitals. Anywhere that has poor cellular and wireless data coverage would benefit with our solutions.
Facts and Figures
- 96% of consumers use smartphones instead of landlines.
- 70% of 911 calls are made from a mobile device.
- 49.3% of American homes are “wireless-only.”
- 74% of Americans watch live video via their smartphones.
- By 2022, there will be 1.5 billion Internet of Things devices with cellular connections, up from 400 million in 2016 worldwide.