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The DAS antenna range has been designed to provide excellent and consistent performance. At the same time providing the opportunity for cost savings to installers and operators.
A Distributed Antenna System (DAS), consists of a network of antennas that are connected to a common source which is able to provide wireless and radio coverage throughout buildings, terminals and open areas.
The need for a system to support the changing face of mobile communications has been prompted by increasing use of mobile devices including phones, laptops, tablets and ‘Smart’ machinery. This has resulted in a major shift from voice and low data rate communications to users expecting instant services including internet access, emails, images, video and apps.
DAS can augment existing Cellular and WiFi networks.
Cobham Antenna Systems, Microwave Antennas specialise in the design and development of antennas including high gain, printed circuit arrays, ultra wide-band directional antennas, multi-octave bicones and high gain collinear omni-directional. A large catalogue of standard antenna designs is available and specialist development projects are regularly undertaken for customers. From initial concept to finished production, our design and development service provides cost-effective and technically focused solutions.
Cobham Antenna Systems
Lambda House, Little Green
Cheveley, Newmarket, CB8 9RG, UK
T: +44 (0)1638 732177
Posted April 28, 2015