Part Two of Minuteman’s Series: All About DAS
In February, we began a series of blog posts that explores distributed antenna systems (DAS) in-depth, relating how Minuteman plays a role in the growing marketplace. In our first post, Samantha discussed the basics of DAS, explaining it as a network of antennas strategically placed and connected to a common source that allows for better wireless service across geographical areas and larger buildings, such as stadiums, hospitals, and campuses. So how did DAS emerge in the Telecom industry? Today we are going to dive into the origin of DAS and how it has grown into an increasingly common way to deal with isolated spots of poor coverage. Continue reading
Part One of Minuteman’s Series: All About DAS
We here in Texas love our football and we here at Minuteman LOVE our baseball. Now, imagine being in a football or baseball stadium filled with tens of thousands of screaming fans, all with phones pulling at the network signal, how’s the reception? Can you still text your friend the score with those thousands of phones clogging the signal? With the help of DAS, you can.
Distributed antenna systems (DAS) are networks of antennas that help to alleviate the stress on a single network signal and provide better connectivity for wireless devices. This post is the first in a series in which we explore DAS in-depth and how Minuteman plays a role in the growing marketplace.