What is a DAS

What is it and how does it work?

 Distributed Antenna Systems (also known as DAS) are commercial  equipment that boosts cell signal coverage (2G, 3G, & 4G LTE) inside   buildings.


DAS systems are a network of antennas connected by cables and linked to an amplifier (repeater) that has a connection to either one or multiple wireless service providers such as  AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, etc.


By having direct access to a carrier’s core network, cellular  devices such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops are not dependent on  cell towers. Instead they receive boosted signal from the DAS antenna  systems broadcasting inside the building.


This allows for constant connection in all areas for convenience, business, and emergencies.


Top benefits of a distributed antenna system installation:


  • Increased bandwidth for faster cellular data speeds
  • Enhanced wireless coverage for many building designs and scenarios
  • Supports up to thousands of mobile devices & cell phones simultaneously
  • Automated monitoring systems maintain optimal performance and detect any problems
  • Reduces broadband Wi-Fi network strain & landline dependency
  • Scalable and upgradable for future-proof technology and expansion

With a majority of cell phone use made indoors and the rapid  demand and growth of video, streaming real-time data, and other mobile  essentials, DAS technology is the most powerful wireless solution for  all enterprises and businesses.


The end result is simple.


More productivity, efficiency, and seamless workflow. And the  end of dropped calls, poor voice quality, stuck text messages, slow  internet, and long loading screens.



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