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Eliminate Dead Spots

Ensure Safety and Enhance Productivity with a Distributed Antenna System (DAS)

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📶 You Never Want "No Signal" in an Emergency

Here’s a sobering fact from the National Emergency Number Association: An estimated 240 million calls are made to 9-1-1 in the U.S. each year. In many areas, 80% or more are from wireless devices.  

Now, think about the wireless coverage in a concrete or glass-clad building. Concrete is great for hurricanes; bad for cellphone service. Similarly, low-e glass is excellent for energy-efficiency; lousy for cellular signals.

The World Works Wirelessly

Is Your Building Ready?


80% of cellular use today happens indoors.
Can those who visit and work in your building stay connected through uninterrupted connectivity?

Public Safety

In an emergency, it is likely that a 911 call will be attempted from on a cell phone. Will it connect? Do Emergency Radio Systems encounter dead zones in your building? 

Private Wireless Networks

Handle your building’s mission-critical functions and satisfy the growing demand for bandwidth. When you need control, cellular must be secure and reliable.

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CCAC Eliminates Dead Zones on Campus

Learn how a Distributed Antenna Solution provides consistent cellular.
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