Category: Blog
What Is an Emergency Responder Communication System?
14 September 2021 - 0:41, by , in Blog, Comments off
Keeping your employees safe in the event of an emergency is a top priority. Even though emergencies don’t happen every day, you must always prepare for them. Buildings equipped with distributed antenna systems (DAS) designed for emergency responders can improve public safety and the safety of your building. But what is an emergency responder communication...
The Difference Between Cellular and Public Safety DAS
12 September 2021 - 0:37, by , in Blog, Comments off
Building protection is a top priority for managers of residential and commercial facilities. Especially for businesses, connectivity is essential to daily functions. If a call drops or you miss one due to not having a signal, you could lose money. The benefits of a distributed antenna system (DAS) that boosts your signal are numerous, but...
The 4 Main Types of Distributed Antenna Systems
11 September 2021 - 0:36, by , in Blog, Comments off
Connecting to cell towers while inside is challenging due to the thick and sturdy materials needed to make buildings durable. If you want your staff or others in your building to have full use of their cell phones, you need a solution to blocked frequencies. One possible way to solve your problem is with one...
How To Improve Your Building’s Cellular Reception
12 July 2021 - 13:52, by , in Blog, Comments off
Most modern businesses require that their employees use their cell phones to stay connected to clients, constituents, and job sites throughout the day. Without a good cell phone connection, you could miss an important call, or worse—your call might drop at the most inconvenient moment. Finding out how to improve your building’s cellular reception is...
Signs Your Building Has Poor Wireless Coverage
29 June 2021 - 13:21, by , in Blog, Comments off
Do you walk inside your office or warehouse and immediately lose half the bars on your cell phone? Maybe you can only use your cell phone before or after work. If you start to notice signs your building has poor wireless coverage, you can take steps to boost your signal. Keep reading for solutions to...
Building Materials That Cause Poor Cell Phone Reception
22 June 2021 - 18:18, by , in Blog, Comments off
Experiencing constant cell phone signal drops at work is frustrating. While you may find them mostly unavoidable, knowing the building materials that cause poor cell phone reception can help you identify areas in your office or facility you can redesign. Find a solution to your connection problems that doesn’t make you compromise your building design....
What Does 5G Mean for Building Coverage?
21 June 2021 - 19:33, by , in Blog, Comments off
If you’ve been wondering, “What does 5G mean for building coverage?” you’re not alone. Not many people know how to work with this new mobile technology
How Public Safety DAS Systems Work
1 June 2021 - 16:42, by , in Blog, Comments off
Keeping people safe is a top priority for first responders, whether they’re arriving at a public or a private business. No matter what type of property you manage, you should be prepared for an emergency of any kind. One way is by installing a public safety distributed antenna system (DAS) throughout your building. It is...
The Benefits of Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)
12 May 2021 - 16:56, by , in Blog, Comments off
If you are sick of walking into your building and receiving a dropped call, your building probably isn’t wired for network connectivity. You can improve your connection with an antenna system that distributes coverage throughout your building and property. The benefits of distributed antenna systems (DAS) are numerous and can aid businesses of any kind....
How To Boost Cell Reception in Concrete and Metal Buildings
10 May 2021 - 12:59, by , in Blog, Comments off
Read this article on how to boost cell reception in concrete and metal buildings to stop experiencing drops and cut down on phone interference.
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