The World Works Wirelessly. Is Your Building Ready?
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. In an emergency, it is likely that a 911 call will be attempted from on a cell phone. Will your building occupants encounter a dead zone in an emergency? Similarly, firefighters and other first responders use portable radios to communicate and coordinate their crisis response. The same elements that impede cellular service inside a building, can also impede emergency radio transmissions. If this line of communication fails, the consequences can be devastating.
Distributed Antenna System (DAS)
The key to ensure consistent and powerful cellular coverage in an otherwise cellular-challenged building is to implement a Distributed Antenna System (DAS). It works by repeating the available outside radio signal over a system of small interior antennas within the building. We partner with the cellular providers, such as Verizon, AT&T and Sprint, to pair up the signal emitting from their cell towers with the antenna mounted on the client's building. After that, we install a combination of fiber optic cable, coaxial and twisted-pair cable to maintain the integrity of the signal as it traverses the building.
80% of cellular use today happens indoors. Can those who visit and work in your building stay connected through uninterrupted connectivity? 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.