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Building Information Modeling and Intelligent Green Buildings

Introduction

The increasing demands on today’s indoor distributed antenna system (DAS) networks are pushing network operators to consider solutions capable of providing exponentially higher data rates. As a result, many network operators are exploring the use of multiple-in, multiple-out (MIMO) transmission schemes in a DAS environment.
Until recently, achieving the higher data rates possible with MIMO came with a high CapEx investment, forcing many DAS network operators to choose between wireless performance and bottom-line profitability. However, successful testing of an alternative scheme—interleaved MIMO—enables operators to realize near-full MIMO performance for about half the cost.
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