Allegiant Stadium, the new 65,000-seat home of the Las Vegas Raiders is powered by 227 miles of fiber and more than 1.5 million feet of copper, from CommScope creating the ultimate experience for Raiders fans by supporting over 2,400 screens, 1,700 Wi-Fi 6 access points, and Allegiant Stadium’s Distributed Antenna System (DAS). The 100G fiber backbone and 10G CAT 6A copper will deliver connectivity for critical stadium systems and applications such as high-resolution security cameras, fire and safety, HVAC and lighting controls, wayfinding, ticketing, concessions, merchandise, and parking.
CommScope is offering free DAS training to women in the wireless industry or with a wireless background who want to enter the DAS business. This four-year old program, sponsored by CommScope’s Distributed Coverage and Capacity Solutions (DCCS) group, has recently expanded to incorporate more trainings and certifications than ever including small cells and CBRS technology. The goal is to help women who are interested in improving their knowledge in these fields to help them find work or expand opportunities available to them.
DAS is a network of spatially separated antennas connected to a common source via transport medium which provides wireless service within geographic area or structure.This tutorial covers DAS antenna system basics.It describes the difference among DAS system types the advantages of DAS over single antenna system and over smart cells.
Everstream is building an enterprise grade fiber network to support Milwaukee and its businesses as they scale and grow in the coming years. The build-out also includes the construction of new small cell sites to provide high-bandwidth connectivity to the city and businesses. This will deliver the increased bandwidth and data required to support the upcoming 2020 Democratic National Convention (DNC).
For the electrical contractor, the promise of IoT could be fully unleashed with 5G. The real game changer will be sensor density, potential installation transmitters and supportive technologies such as 5G distributed antenna systems (DAS). The construction site could also be enhanced when 5G hot spots emerge. Think of how low latency and high bandwidth could upgrade the performance of AR goggles, perhaps working with BIM on site and back at the office, and other wireless and mobile tech.
Research from Mobile Experts breaks down the shift from Carrier DAS to Enterprise DAS systems, and the impact of new platforms such as neutral CBRS infrastructure on the DAS market. Over the next few years there will be key transformations as 5G materializes. The report predicts that while traditional DAS will hold steady in specific large venues, the overall market for in-building wireless (IBW) continues to grow and evolve, incorporating new indoor solutions that can make the transition from LTE to 5G and provide scalable capacity and coverage solutions for the Enterprise DAS market.
Coretrust Capital Partners is employing 5G to transform its downtown Los Angeles tower into a smart building using a Distributed Antenna System (DAS) comprised of 317 multi-band antennas and 20 software defined remotes for fiber optic connectivity that cover the 1,244,925 million square feet of the 48-story tower, will provide improved cellular coverage and internet connection.