Small Cells, DAS Extend Wireless Coverage (.PDF Download)

Dec. 1, 2015

Wireless-communications technology keeps people and things connected, unless, of course, they’re without access to a wireless network. Fortunately, as devices and components for wireless systems improve in terms of performance versus power consumed, antennas are improving, too, enabling wireless access in what were once deadspots, such as within buildings. By using small cells and distributed antenna systems (DAS), wireless networks continue to enhance indoor and outdoor coverage, supporting quality voice, data, and video communications...

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