Distributed Antenna System
Have you ever endured the frustration of making a phone call or sending a text while in a building, look at your phone and see that there is no service available?
With the expansive use and reliance on wireless voice, data and text, getting enough of a signal for using wireless services inside of a building is becoming a challenge. The building’s construction material, including the low-E glass that is used, blocks the wireless carrier’s signal from entering the interior of the building. Not having adequate signal in a building may also hamper an effort to make a call to 911 in an emergency. Not only is this a nuisance to wireless users, having a DAS, (Distributed Antenna System), installed within a building is now mandated in over 150 local municipalities throughout the US.
The DAS brings the mobile carrier’s service signal from the outside of the building to the inside. This system consists of indoor and outdoor antennas, coax and fiber optic cabling and electronic equipment. There is also coordination that must take place with the local wireless carriers. This coordination is essential to implementing a viable solution. Not only is it essential, a new law forces DAS installers to coordinate with the wireless carriers so the DAS system works with the carrier’s network.
Gettle Incorporated has the expertise and experience needed to design, install, coordinate and maintain your DAS needs. From a small doctor’s office to a large warehouse, healthcare facility, college or university, we are able to meet your needs.
Feel free to contact us to setup a Coverage Needs Analysis with one of our engineers. Our systems work with Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and other carriers in your area providing, but not limited to, 3G, 4G and LTE services.