Distributed Antenna Systems to Government and Commercial Sectors
Distributed Antenna Systems
What is DAS?
A Distributed Antenna System is a network of antennas connected to a source module that provides enhanced wireless service.A Distributed Antenna System (DAS) is a network of antennas that distribute cellular service to a larger area than is possible with a single cell site. A DAS can serve an area the size of a small town, an office building, or an entire stadium
Tri-Force has been providing in-building wireless solutions for the last 4 years, and is uniquely qualified to help design, deploy and deliver 24/7 mobile connectivity through the installation of a Distributed Antenna System (DAS).We Also Provide IT Staffing, software development (web and mobile apps), website design, hire dedicated developers, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, audio-video design, services.
A Distributed Antenna System (DAS) promises to allow smartphone users to communicate at all times and from anywhere within a structure (DAS).
Do I need a DAS system?
Using a dispersed antenna system has advantages. It is our RF knowledge and teaming partners’ responsibility to offer passive.
DAS can reduce overall power levels.
There are simple single-carrier systems, as well as more complex multi-carrier Neutral Host solutions.
Helping You Achieve Success
A Reliable Solution that Performs
The Tri-Force team has experienced designers, engineering professionals, project managers, and service/installation technicians, we can offer a DAS system that will assure the following:
Enhanced reception in office buildings, parking garages and airports
Secure, High-Speed cellular access
Clients We provided DAS services
RF Survey and design services
Survey & Testing Preparation
Federal Agencies (US Military Academy)
Local City and State government agencies
Work covers the installation, configuration and testing of a fully mission capable distributed antenna system
Provide all necessary qualified personnel to support the initiative
Install, configure and test the installed equipment documentation and test reports
Documentation for all equipment installations (i.e. – serial numbers, model numbers, etc.)
As-built system diagrams and topology for all devices installed
Develop a System Acceptance Test (SAT) Plan and submit to site for review and approval prior to performing SAT testing