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Doing More With Less - TE's DAS Over PON Resource Guide

by Julie Clark on September 22, 2015

Considering DAS and IBW?

As wireless devices become increasingly prevelant in everyday life, the ability to have vast service coverage is more and more critical every day. When more users access a network, DAS and In-building wireless (IBW) work to increase network capacity, allowing you to scale during periods of increased usage. Implementing DAS or IBW into your network will enable a flawless cellular coverage transition when walking from outdoors into a building. 

With DAS and IBW: 

-Increase Productivity: Expand mobility inside facilities allow work to be done anytime, anywhere

-Enhance Patient Care: Hospitals benefit by providing reliable wireless coverage to healthcare professionals, allowing access to information anywhere, and enabling use of wireless devices when giving medical attention to their patients

-Differentiation: Sets your company apart by delivering complete cellular coverage to your customers, eliminating 'dead zones' and increasing customer satisfaction

Demand for higher wireless data throughput and denser wireless networks is driving the installation of DAS as well as small cells and Wi-Fi systems.  Without existing fiber from the central office, deploying these devices can be a time consuming and expensive proposition. 

At the same time, competition among network operators is increasingly driving broadband access solutions such as fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) as network operators seek to deliver up to and beyond one gigabyte per second of broadband service. But the business model for these networks is problematic because a large investment is required to reach a few initial customers. 

Leveraging broadband access networks for connecting DAS or other access terminals solves problems for both wireline network providers and wireless service providers. Visit TE's dedicated website to learn more about how you can do more with less utilizing a DAS Over PON architecture. 





Click here to learn more from TE Connectivity, or contact your local Accu-Tech representative with questions about DAS and IBW.

Topics: TE Connectivity TE DAS

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