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  • Why the IoT Needs Distributed Antenna Systems

    The Internet of Things (IoT) has only continued growing at a rapid rate in recent years. With the connectivity of cellular devices, computers, vehicles, buildings, sensors, and more electronics, it’s more important than ever that these devices are able to connect and meet the needs that users covet. Distributed antenna systems (DAS) help building owners […]

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  • How Real Estate Owners Can Profit From an In-Building Wireless Strategy

    Data demands from mobile devices are exploding and everyone expects to have high speed connectivity at all time. Do you know what the cell service is like in your property? If you receive complaints of weak signal or poor reception in certain parts of your building, it may not be the carrier’s lack of coverage, […]

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  • Ethernet Alliance Announces Successful Completion of IEEE 802.3bz Standard

    In September, the Ethernet Alliance ratified IEEE 802.3bz, the Standard for Ethernet Amendment: Media Access Control Parameters, Physical Layers, and Management Parameters for 2.5 Gb/s and 5Gb/s Operation. This update enables access layer bandwidth to increase and evolve beyond the previous standard of 1 Gb/s (Gigabit per second) and this new standard will help address […]

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  • DAS for Public Safety Connectivity

    Installation of distributed antenna systems (DAS) networks for emergency and public safety responders has been increasing across the country over the past few years—driven by the need for first responders to get in touch with each other and people in buildings should a crisis emerge. In fact, this market is expected to grow at double-digit […]

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  • Microwave Fixed Wireless Internet vs. Fiber Optic Cable

    Is airFiber the right choice for your business? airFiber is a newer technology on the market that serves as an alternative to hard-wired fiber optic cable for businesses looking to go wireless. As more businesses learn about the advantages of microwave fixed wireless technologies, they may question whether it is the right solution for them. […]

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