We certainly can help a customer, let’s face it this terminology if you’re not familiar with it can be very confusing, and even for customers that are technical with voice over IP or computer networking have never dealt with Distributed Antenna Systems and carrier cellular signals before.
It can be daunting for them to sort through what type of technology is available, what does the technology mean, what do the various terms mean? So we are very customer focused, and we like to spend time with the customer helping them first understand what it is we’re talking about, understand what the …Continue Reading
The actual physical installation of the DAS, think of it as you’re installing a couple of network switches and running some cable depending on the condition of the building that we’re going into and if there are any restrictions on when we can work, and the size of the building that can be accomplished in a matter of days.
The tricky part of these is always working with the carrier to get their approval and to figure out how we’re gonna get the signal into the building. Will they bring in one of their base stations or can we put an …Continue Reading
Well I think its first of all we can point to 20+year experience in implementing these systems, beyond that we like to talk about the investments that we’ve made in the people and the technology that we need to implement these systems.
Because that’s not trivial, having all the test equipment that that’s required, investing in the software that’s required and investing, and making continuous investments in the people to get them trained on the systems and keep them trained on the systems, those are not trivial expenses and I think that’s what sets us apart from a lot of the …Continue Reading