Cellular DaS SOLUTIONS

Small Cell passive das solutions can solve cellular coverage issues quickly and cost effectively

Cellular Das solutions 

Building owners, property managers, and enterprise customers have a number of options when there’s a cellular coverage problem. Traditionally so-called Active Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) were the only alternative for many customers. These systems are expensive and take months to deploy, although for customers with capacity issues (think football stadium) it is the preferred solution.

For most customers, a Passive DAS fed by either an over-the-air donor antenna or a “Small Cell” from each carrier is a much more cost-effective and simple solution to deploy.

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