Category Archives: Distributed Antenna System

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Advanced RF Technologies, Inc. Launches the ADX V, a Next Generation Distributed Antenna System (DAS)

As originally written and published on PR Newswire.

New DAS platform delivers superior wireless coverage and capacity for multi-carriers in the industry’s smallest footprint

, Jan. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Verizon Wireless In-Building Technology Update Forum — Advanced RF Technologies, Inc. (“ADRF” or the “Company”), a leading provider of wireless coverage and capacity solutions, announced today the launch of the ADX V, an evolution of its DAS platform.

Verizon covers its bases at MLB All-Star Game

As originally written by Martha Degrasse and published on RCRWireless News

Verizon Wireless could not control the weather at this year’s MLB All-Star Game, but the carrier did try to plan for every contingency related to mobile data use. Like the other nationwide carriers, Verizon has a distributed antenna system to keep subscribers connected at Great American Ballpark. But unlike the others, Verizon did not invest in a DAS head-end at the park.

HUBER+SUHNER Presents Leading Connectivity Solutions at Connected Britain, Including UK Launch of Small Cells Portfolio

HUBER+SUHNER showcases FTTH/access networks, small cells and in-building coverage solutions.

HUBER+SUHNER will be demonstrating its all-round capability in connectivity across fiber, RF and wireless-based solutions at Total Telecom’s Connected Britain conference and exhibition this week (16-17 June, London). The company is unveiling for the first time in the UK its highly innovative range of small cells products designed to revolutionize the mobile environment.

P25 Coverage Below the Capital – DC Water’s New DAS Network

As originally written and published on MissionCritical Communications

Beneath the streets and buildings of our nation’s capital, about 3 miles of tunnels, galleries and confined spaces DC Water deployed a distributed antenna system (DAS) to provide coverage for first responders working in its 3 miles of wastewater tunnels. By Manuel Ojeda are used to treat the wastewater and sewage for the District of Columbia’s 640,000 residents and 17.8 million annual visitors. The District of Columbia’s Water and Sewer Authority, known as DC Water, manages the most advanced wastewater treatment facility in the United States within these underground tunnels.