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The "Neutral Host" in DAS Installations

Apr 11, 2016

The "Neutral Host" in DAS Installations

With Neutral Host in DAS installations, ownership of system is shifted from carrier to a third-party system provider, a DAS integrator, or the building owner. In today's globalized world, the continuing demand for improved technology means there's always a new product or solution which requires a new name, and it can be difficult to keep up with all the terminology. Consequently, introducing Neutral Host DAS. Industry trackers are now saying that DAS installations whether Active or Passive, could easily approximately double or triple by next year. The cost of both deploying and maintaining today's DAS installation is constantly growing. This...

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Defining Small Cell in Wireless Industry Networks

Apr 08, 2016

Defining Small Cell in Wireless Industry Networks

"Small cells" is one of the more recent developments in the wireless industry. In a wireless network, small cells provide both coverage and capacity, indoors and outdoors. Their function in the wireless network is to increase capacity and to achieve higher radio density. What Is a Small Cell? Also known as a small cellular base station, small cells incorporate a few different technologies, but perhaps they are best described as anything that is not a standard macro site. It is the function they play in the wireless network that defines them Their function is to add capacity by shifting traffic...

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Sectors, Cells, Multi-Beam Technology in Cellular Coverage Systems

Apr 08, 2016

Sectors, Cells, Multi-Beam Technology in Cellular Coverage Systems

When discussing cellular radio, a basic hexagon is used to symbolize a complex object, which in this case is the physical area capable of being covered by cellular radio antennas. These hexagonal areas are known as "cells". Using a hexagonal shape allows us to visualize the idea of cells on a map, because the idea is to show an area, without gaps, that is completely covered by radio. We know there will be coverage gaps in a cellular system, but using a hexagonal shape allows us to clearly see how the system is laid out, if only in theory. A...

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DAS Maintenance Service & Technical Support 24/7/365

Apr 07, 2016

DAS Maintenance Service & Technical Support 24/7/365

DAS Monitoring & Maintenance Service Available 24/7/365. It seems that today, we're living in a society that is, "always on". This means that the lines between on and off hours, work and play, have become very blurred. And with today's advanced technology, business is taking place around the world every single hour of every single day. You will even hear people say that they do things at the "speed of business", which means fast paced and at any time of the day. Today's ever-advancing technology allows business to occur worldwide, crossing time zones, and helping people collaborate around the globe....

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How Important is Location of Headend in a DAS?

Apr 06, 2016

How Important is Location of Headend in a DAS?

Anyone who owns their own home or has made a real estate investment has heard the phrase "Location, Location, Location" - which is real-estate lingo for the top three elements in property values. Isn't it interesting how identical or similar buildings constructed with identical or almost-identical materials can differ in value, solely based on the placement of the structure? And who's to say which location is more desirable or valuable than another? Well, we know that some reasons include the need for stability and security, limited availability, quick and easy access to required resources, and ease of access. Let us...

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