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Cellular distributed antenna systems (DAS) deployed both indoors and outdoors have a number of similar features in common with one another from design, all the way through to commissioning. These shared features include, among others:
- Coverage and Capacity Optimization: The objective of both indoor and outdoor DAS is to maximize wireless coverage and distribute capacity by disseminating signals throughout a given area. They utilize a network of strategically located antennas to ensure consistent signal quality and strength.
- Multi-Carrier Support: Both indoor and outdoor distributed antenna systems (DAS) can be designed to support multiple cellular carriers. This enables consumers to connect to multiple networks through a single DAS infrastructure.
- Frequency Band Support: Both types of systems are able to support different frequency bands, which enables them to accommodate a wide range of cellular technologies. Some examples of these technologies are 4G LTE, 5G, C-band, and FirstNet, as well as the inclusion of technologies in the future. This adaptability ensures a solution that is compatible with current, and future generations of wireless technology.
- Network Capacity: Both types of cellular solutions are intended to increase network capacity by transferring traffic from overloaded macro-cellular networks. DAS can help enhance overall network performance and user experience by distributing traffic across a network of antennas.
- System Integration: Cellular solutions for both indoor and outdoor environments necessitate integration with the existing cellular network infrastructure. This requires coordination with base stations, signal sources, and backhaul connections in order to ensure seamless connectivity and network synchronization.
- Regulatory Compliance: To ensure compliance with spectrum utilization, power levels, and safety restrictions, both indoor and outdoor systems must adhere to appropriate regulatory rules and standards.
While each form of DAS has unique considerations and obstacles, these similarities highlight the shared goals and principles in their design and implementation for increasing cellular connectivity.