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Our Portfolio is just a small sample of the various large, complex In-building and Distributed Antenna System solutions that we’ve provided to our wireless carrier and venue customers. We invite you to view them and contact us with any questions you may have.
Challenge: To survey, design and enhance coverage to 78 Sprint retail locations as part of Sprint’s 4G rollout in the New York Metropolitan area in less than 1 month to be “store ready” by the biggest shopping day of the year, Black Friday.
Challenge: To provide enhanced 4G/3G voice and data service to the over 1 million square feet, multi building campus combining 1900 MHz, iDEN 800/900 MHz and 2.5 GHz frequency bands.
Challenge: To evaluate and determine which areas of the campus in building environment would require enhancement prior to the construction of a 5 macro cell network deployment designed specifically to provide coverage to the campus. After evaluation, design and deploy an in building DAS solution for areas requiring enhancement.
Challenge: To decommission and replace an 800/900 MHz DAS system no longer technically viable providing limited back of house coverage with a new Lucent 9928 base station signal source providing 3G/4G coverage while simultaneously increasing the DAS coverage to a 100% coverage footprint to all areas from floor 15-58 as well as the ground level and basement levels C1 to C3 in building located in the midst of a very strong urban macro environment.
Challenge: The stadium had an aging DAS in place that did not fully support all necessary frequency configurations and MIMO. The system was experiencing failures at an alarming rate.
Challenge: To provide coverage and capacity using a system of distributed small cells to a campus of buildings. Backhaul for all small cells is only available at one demarcation point.
Challenge: To provide coverage throughout a sprawling facility of 2.85 million square feet on 716 acres. Work on the facility could only be performed with the production lines shut down. The sheer size of the project coupled with the work restrictions presented the need for an aggressive approach.