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Distributed Antenna Systems Worldwide—DAS to Fill In Gaps
In-Stat - 5/17/2011 - 80 Pages - ID: ZZZQ6504312
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The presence of new mobile devices and data-rich applications has forced mobile operators to consider new ways to create capacity and ensure the quality of wireless signals to their clientele. In addition to traditional macrocell base stations, small cells and Wi-Fi offloading have become important options to enhance the quality of mobile networks.
Enter DAS. Distributed Antennas Systems (DAS) is a technology that can be used indoors or outdoors. In indoor DAS, a call's digital signals are converted to a common base band. The signals are carried across coaxial or fiber optic cable and reconverted at the backend for processing at a macro base station. The proximity of antennas makes for better signaling characteristics.
DAS networks are versatile and can be shaped to support specific market verticals. For instance, in hospitals, support for integrated telemetry systems and middleware for bedside patient alerts can be imported into the logistics of the DAS. In outdoor DAS, vendors receive a CPCN (certificate of public convenience and necessity) to qualify as a utility and gain “fair and reasonable” access to light and utility poles.
This report covers the number and revenues of new DAS deployments by eight major verticals and six regions for the years 2009-2015. Vendor profiles for DAS key movers and product suppliers are provided.
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