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8 January 2014 - 22:20, by , in Blog, 6 comments
DAS is the acronym we use in the wireless industry for DISTRIBUTIVE ANTENNA SYSTEM (DAS).
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...
10 December 2013 - 17:27, by , in Blog, No comments
Sometimes cell signal is just lost inside a building. It is no real fault of the cell provider or the phone. Sometimes the building materials just block the signal. This is where a cell booster comes in handy. A cell booster can give an additional two or three bars even deep inside a building with...
8 December 2013 - 17:12, by , in Blog, No comments
Great question! You can boost more than one cellular signal.  We prefer to conduct a site survey in order to determine the carrier readings in and outside your building to determine what solution will be the best fit.
6 December 2013 - 16:51, by , in Blog, No comments
by Pete Esposito By anticipating future growth and planning for wireless communications that grow with the organization, businesses can save money and ensure hassle-free upgrading that keeps pace with expansion. In 2009, Harris Communications installed wireless communications equipment for Riot Games, the creative company that produces League of Legends online gaming, to ensure clear cell...
An advertisement to get better in-building cell phone and emergency radio coverage.