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. Keep reading to find out if one is right for you.
A distributed antenna system (DAS) is a series of radio receivers that are placed around an area to increase the provided network coverage. You can use passive or active DAS. Passive DAS uses a system of amplifiers and splitters to distribute the signal being captured from the outside of a building to the devices within. You can also use active DAS, which uses fiber optic and ethernet cables to distribute the network. Further, hybrid systems can also be utilized.
Most buildings are made of heavy-duty materials like steel and concrete that cell signals cannot penetrate. For this reason, you are more likely to receive dropped calls when you are inside. Further, thick walls and multiple levels can also make it difficult for your Wi-Fi network to reach every corner of your building. DAS is especially useful in:
Including DAS on your property will give your building and business many advantages. Clients and staff will notice fewer drops and a stronger signal while using services on your property. Improving the coverage your building receives can increase productivity and help you retain employees and customers who use cellular or Wi-Fi networks to complete their jobs or satisfy their lifestyles.
Further, you can improve public safety with in-building DAS solutions. If there is an emergency at your property, first responders can use your boosted signal to communicate with their team while inside your building. Poor communication due to a lack of network connectivity costs firefighters their lives every year. The benefits of distributed antenna systems (DAS) extend far beyond your business’s day-to-day operations. The skilled engineers at Harris Communications can assess your space and design a solution to improve your coverage. Contact our professional consultants today.