Boost Your Wireless Coverage
Delivering reliable mobile phone and wireless signals, Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) help give your property the convenience of fewer dropped calls, fewer dead spots, more convenience for your guests or residents—plus better safety in an emergency situation. We’ve designed and installed DAS that helps extend and amplify signals inside facilities large and small, as well as sprawling resorts, properties, and campus environments.
Was Your Building Built for Wireless?
As business infrastructures evolve and the differences between older and newer buildings increase, the challenges of providing a consistent, reliable signal through all the various different materials and layouts of buildings are also evolving.
Worries about insulation, durability, and cost-efficiency are the primary motivators when it comes to what materials are chosen for a building. With the consideration of how wireless signals and frequency waves will pass through a new building left as an afterthought.
Materials such as wood, drywall, plastics, and glass can all impede cellular signal; while materials such as tin, copper, silver, aluminum, and many others can completely block the signal. All these materials are becoming more and more common in modern construction; making consistent wireless performance incredibly difficult to achieve.
DAS Delivers More Coverage
Although it’s not a particularly well-known name for a technology that’s been around for quite a few years, Distributed Antenna Systems are cell phone signal amplifiers that enable the use of wireless devices, technologies, and applications indoors—where a signal was previously weak or unavailable before.
Why DAS Has You Covered
No matter the application, industry, or organization, a DAS provides essential functionality, convenience, and even critical safety capabilities—not to mention generating more revenue and exponentially improving guest experience and customer satisfaction.
Giving your property reliable coverage and instant access to essential wireless applications, A DAS is comprised of three main components.
The Donor Antenna
The outdoor antenna that the signal amplifier connects to.
The Signal Amplifier
The device that takes the donor antenna’s original signal and amplifies it.
The Indoor Antenna
Rebroadcasting the amplified signal indoors and delivering reception where a signal previously couldn’t reach.