Why DAS? To extend coverage and capacity to the inside of buildings or enterprise venues. 

Required steps to put your building in compliance:
#1 Grid radio frequency testing
#2 Engineering-Design-Permitting
#3 Final sign off by local jurisdiction


Signal boosters or Passive DAS work by using rooftop donor antennas to capture existing cell signals from nearby cell towers, amplifying the weak signal, and then rebroadcasting the boosted signal throughout the indoor. Typically, the strength of the cell signal is boosted up to 32 times. Furthermore, the resulting indoor signal is carrier-agnostic, providing a significant improvement in cellular reception quality for cellular devices across all carriers.
Passive DAS has multiple benefits:

a) They don’t require fiber optic cable. They can be installed using a coaxial cable and antennas, which are simple and can be adjusted in a variety of commercial settings.

b) FCC approved to enhance the signal to all users on all frequencies, without favoring one specific carrier over another.

c) Installation time is much lesser than the than active DAS — usually a matter of several weeks or months instead of over a year.

Signal boosters or Passive DAS work by using rooftop donor antennas to capture existing cell signals from nearby cell towers, amplifying the weak signal, and then rebroadcasting the boosted signal throughout the indoor. Typically, the strength of the cell signal is boosted up to 32 times. Furthermore, the resulting in providing a significant improvement in cellular reception quality for cellular devices across all carriers.

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