Education

Are your students and faculty being affected by poor cellular service?

In today’s competitive academic environment, students and faculty look for the availability of fast, secure wireless connections when choosing a college for their degree or career. If your campus’ cellular connection cuts out or experiences weak spots and dead zones, students and faculty will not have access to the apps and broadband services they have come to take for granted. It’s no surprise that poor campus-wide coverage could be affecting convenience, quality of life, and campus safety for your students and staff. A rock-solid cellular network should be the foundation for faculty, students, maintenance crews and public safety officials to …Continue Reading

Should we upgrade our DAS if we purchased a few years ago?

If your DAS system was implemented three or four years ago, chances are it does not support LTE (long term evolution). Should you find that you’re in need of high speed data for mobile devices, it could be time to look at an upgraded DAS that will support 4G technologies. We welcome the opportunity to discuss what applications your employees really need to have and what coverage looks like inside your building.

Should we upgrade our DAS if we purchased a few years ago?

Which cellular carriers will DAS support?

Reliable DAS systems today will support a wide range of carrier frequencies. For example, if you were only interested in voice, we could seamlessly implement a system that will give you the frequencies from the major carriers that are used for voice communications. At any point, should you decide to implement LTE (long term evolution) or 4G coverage, we can assist you in creating your custom communication service.

Which cellular carriers will DAS support?
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The work completed by Green Mountain exceeded our expectations. Their team was punctual, professional, and consistently delivered high-quality service throughout the duration of the project.

President/CEO NH Electric Cooperative (NHEC) November 16, 2015