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5G, CBRS, and wireless tech: Changing the landscape of in-building DAS (Reader Forum)

  The rise in digital offerings created to meet heightened consumer expectations across many industries have carriers and venue owners scrambling to provide ubiquitous connectivity to support these needs in buildings. Luckily for carriers and venue owners, several wireless technologies, such as small cells, repeaters,...

Avoid over-fitting networks: Best practices for venue modeling (Reader Forum)

Technology is the cornerstone of the modern fan experience, making connectivity in smart stadiums a requirement to support the growing digital expectations of sport and entertainment goers. In newer stadiums, paperless ticketing and stadium-specific smartphone apps are commonplace to improve fan experiences but require...

The pathway for indoor 5G is paved by hybrid DAS and small cells (Reader Forum)

By 2020, large-scale 5G commercial deployments are expected to begin with faster data speeds, increased bandwidth per unit, lower latency, and support for more connected devices. Before these deployments make their way across the U.S. and the world, there must be a standardized approach...

ADRF targets first responders with new repeater solution

 The company said that new repeater offers connections for both 700 and 800 Mhz bands Advanced RF Technologies, Inc. (ADRF), a provider of in-building distributed antenna system (DAS) for public safety and commercial frequencies, has launched a new FirstNet-compliant repeater that improves connectivity for first...

Enterprise connectivity without the expense of DAS or small cells

Nextivity adds multi-carrier support to hybrid active DAS solution "You’ll see folks try to implement DAS, but no enterprise wants to pay $5-per-square-foot for cellular coverage they think the carrier should be paying for anyway. It’s just too much for the enterprise." That was the message...

Opex model vs. service model for in-building cellular

As carrier spend slows, how should enterprises fund in-building cellular? Carriers have a limited pool of money to spend on in-building cellular systems. As such, that investment is targeted toward marquee venues like stadia, transportation hubs and the like, and to high-priority customers. This paradigm...

Editorial Webinar: Public Safety LTE

After years of planning and pilot projects, the national public safety wireless broadband network known as FirstNet is poised to soon become a reality. RCR Wireless takes stock of FirstNet's status, short- and long-term goals, as well as technical issues including spectrum sharing and...

Editorial Report: Public Safety LTE

After years of planning and pilot projects, the national public safety wireless broadband network known as FirstNet is poised to soon become a reality. RCR Wireless takes stock of FirstNet's status, short- and long-term goals, as well as technical issues including spectrum sharing and...

Verizon uses small cells to connect indoor DAS

Verizon Wireless has asked its five distributed antenna system vendors to integrate their systems with small cells designed by SpiderCloud Wireless. Advanced RF Technologies, CommScope, Corning, JMA Wireless and Solid Technologies are all working with SpiderCloud, with Advanced RF Technologies already claiming successful deployments. For...

DAS for the enterprise: VARs as a path to market

Value-added resellers help DAS vendors target enterprise customers How real is the market for enterprise DAS? The companies that make and market distributed antenna systems know they need to convince enterprises to finance their own in-building systems instead of waiting for the wireless carriers to...

Apple earned $1B from Google, Verizon names DAS vendors … 5 things to know today

5 things to know today ... 1. Apple reportedly earned $1 billion from Google in 2014 as a percentage of the advertising Google generated from searches on iPhones. The amount of the payment was part of the transcript from Oracle's patent suit against Google....

HetNet Expo: Carriers deploy neutral host DAS

CHICAGO – Mobile subscribers usually don't know whether they're connected to a macro site, a distributed antenna system or even a Wi-Fi network. They just want to stay connected, everywhere and all the time. If connectivity is a problem, venue owners are often the...

HetNet Expo: Top skill sets for DAS engineers

CHICAGO – The HetNet Forum welcomed more than 600 companies to Chicago this week for its HetNet Expo, and most of the companies exhibiting at the show were focused on distributed antenna systems. Several made time to talk with RCR Wireless News about skill...

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