Demand for mobile data is increasing greater than the supply of wireless infrastructure, with about 80 percent of all data use originating indoors. Mobile users are demanding access to quality accessible networks. To enable this, carriers need to bring the antennas and radios closer to their customers, into buildings and other venues: Campuses, Stadiums/Arenas, Healthcare, Commercial Office Space, Retail/Malls, Hospitality, Government, Transportation/Airports, Outdoor Venues & more.
Distributed Antenna Systems
DAS is short for Distributed Antenna Systems that distribute radio frequency (RF) signals from a central point to antennas located throughout a facility to provide seamless wireless coverage and capacity. Used in large buildings, structures, campus-type settings and outdoor venues, DAS networks can accommodate a large number of people and a variety of frequency bands and technologies. DAS does not provide Wi-Fi but rather enhances the signals of wireless carriers such as AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon.
Small Cells are low-powered radio access nodes that operate in a licensed and unlicensed spectrum that have a range of ten meters to several hundred meters.