With 97% of Americans using a cell phone every day, having good cellular coverage in the building is crucial for your business. The last thing you need is slow data or bad calls when you need to talk to your employees, partners, or customers. This is where a DAS (distributed antenna system) comes in. It spreads the […]
Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)
In the US alone, distributed antenna systems (DAS) are used readily in almost all commercial buildings. They are certainly in sports stadiums and other large public spaces. These networks allow for more cellular coverage in areas where traditional cell towers often struggle. A DAS is a network of antennas connecting multiple devices over a single connection point.
Have you ever walked in a retail store and the lines are crowded because the card readers are not working at the checkout counter? You may have experienced the loss of cellular signal at a far-off motel you visited on your last work trip. Cellular signals are a necessity for the modern individual, and without
Do you know the importance of DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems) in business? We have all been there, whether in your own office or someone else’s, your cellular signal drops and you can no longer get access to your cellular services. No calls going out or coming in and no internet data available either. Often times
Distributed antenna systems, or DAS, improve cellular coverage at large complex venues and buildings. Large arenas and skyscraper will certainly have a DAS. The primary objective for DAS is to amplify your signal and eliminate areas with weak signals. This increases customer satisfaction at venues and tenant satisfaction in large buildings. They also bring an
Distributed antenna systems, also called DAS, are used in large or complex venues and buildings to improve cellular coverage. When optimized and installed correctly, they can connect someone at the top of a skyscraper to security guards in the basement. DAS essentially gets the most out of your current wireless signal. It will amplify your
Distributed Antenna Systems – What they are and Why Companies Need Them. During the September 11th attacks, EMS personnel discovered that communication systems and protocols that distinguished each department were hampered. A lack of interoperability, overwhelm from simultaneous communication, and damaged network infrastructure from the attack were making effective and efficient EMS communications extremely difficult.
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