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5 January 2014 - 21:32, by , in Case Studies, No comments
Nature of the Solution Harris Communications designs copper solution for Courtyard by Marriott Hotel. This new hotel was a Green Building, which commonly attributes to poor cellular coverage.
1 January 2014 - 20:38, by , in FAQ, No comments
Our engineers custom design wireless solutions for our clients to suit specific needs.  
30 December 2013 - 20:06, by , in Blog, 2 comments
Radio frequency (RF) repeaters work hand in hand with the closest DAS (Distributed Antenna System) to improve the cellular coverage in an area. RF repeaters take a low power signal from a cell phone and exponentially strengthen the signal. The DAS receives signals from local transceiver stations in greater number which magnifies the signals sent...
29 December 2013 - 19:57, by , in Blog, No comments
This is not a surprise to Harris Communications! We hear about the spotty reception and dropped calls that plague our peers and friends throughout Charlotte.
27 December 2013 - 19:46, by , in Blog, No comments
Each frequency range has a band designator and each range of frequencies behaves differently and performs different functions. The frequency spectrum is shared by civil, government, and military users of all nations according to International Telecommunications Union (ITU) radio regulations. For communications purposes, the usable frequency spectrum now extends from about 3Hz to about 300GHz....
26 December 2013 - 19:33, by , in Blog, No comments
Harris Communications has conducted site surveys throughout the United States.  The purpose of a site survey is to determine what type of solution and design will work best for a specific facility.  In most cases it is not feasible to provide an accurate estimate based on square footage of a facility alone.  There are quite...
24 December 2013 - 19:22, by , in Blog, No comments
    4G mobile technology is the name for the next generation of mobile devices such as cell phones. It became available from at least one provider in the US in 2009. The use of G, standing for generation, in mobile technology covers the major advances of the past 20-30 years. 1G technology involved the...
21 December 2013 - 18:51, by , in FAQ, No comments
Many of you have heard people in the wireless and telecommunications industry refer to the FCC.  The FCC stands for the Federal Communications Commission.  The FCC is a US government entity responsible for regulating communications industries.
19 December 2013 - 18:37, by , in FAQ, 1 comment
PCS Personal communication service (PCS) is a second-generation mobile communications technology also referred to as digital cellular. The digital service, which works over CDMA and TDMA interfaces, operates at the 1900 MHz frequency range.
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