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Building materials like concrete, steel, and glass are often the primary culprit when buildings experience poor cellular signal. DAS offers one way to address the problem.


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Building materials like concrete, steel, and glass are often the primary culprit when buildings experience poor cellular signal. DAS offers one way to address the problem.

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How To Offset Cellular Interference From Building Materials

Building materials like concrete, steel, and glass are often the primary culprit when buildings experience poor cellular signal. DAS offers one way to address the problem.

HG35805CUPR-NF DAS Antenna by L-com

The HyperLink HG35805CUPR-NF is a ceiling mount, IP67-rated, multi-band, low-PIM, omnidirectional public safety DAS antenna for in-building wireless networks.

Professional Development: What The People Want

With the demand for wireless connectivity in large facilities, DAS technology is an option. From the October 2013 issue.

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Wireless Coverage In Hotels

Hotels must overcome dropped calls, weak signals, and slow data speeds in order to provide effective wireless communication.

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