Used in large buildings, structures, campus-type settings and outdoor venues, DAS networks can accommodate a large number of people and a variety of frequency bands and technologies.
DAS is short for Distributed Antenna Systems that distribute radio frequency (RF) signals from a central point to antennas located throughout a facility to provide seamless wireless coverage and capacity. DAS does not provide Wi-Fi but rather enhances the signals of wireless carriers such as AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon.
Indoor DAS Installations
Carriers bring the antennas and radios closer to their customers, into buildings and other venues: Campuses, Stadiums/Arenas, Healthcare, Commercial Office Space, Retail/Malls, Hospitality, Government, Transportation/Airports, Outdoor Venues & more.
A modern DAS system will use fiber to connect the head-end to the RAUs and coax to the antennas.
Commissioning & Integration
Trained technicians capable of loading site commissioning files, troubleshooting, call testing and more to integrate new cells into an existing network.
Auburn University DAS | Fall of 2017
Install included multiple stages, completed turnkey by Onsite:
- Clearing and grading of existing property
- Setting of a new shelter to house the DAS equipment
- An extremely complex ice-bridge that covered multiple runs of 4” pvc conduit to act as a raceway between shelters
- The install of the DAS equipment inside the shelter
- The commissioning, integration and call testing of the new equipment inside Auburn’s football stadium
- Mass amounts of coordination between AAV providers, power companies, RF engineers, Auburn University personnel, DAS equipment owners, and cell carriers