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What Property Owners Really Need to Know About the Lifespan of a DAS

Featuring Connectivity Wireless’ SVP of Network Operations, James Smith 1. What is one thing you really wish property owners knew about the lifespan of a DAS? There...

What Property Owners Really Need to Know About Wireless System Design

Featuring Connectivity Wireless’ SVP of Engineering and Construction, Steven Morris INTERVIEWEE: Steven Morris, P.E., SVP of Engineering and Construction at Connectivity Wireless TOPIC: Wireless System Design QUESTIONS: 1. What...

ExteNet Systems Enables Mobility at 1515 Market Street in Philadelphia

In-Building Wireless service enabled in the building as part of Proptech initiative Chicago, Ill. – June 11, 2020 – ExteNet Systems, a leading provider...

Real-time Monitoring for In-building Public Safety Wireless Networks

It is imperative for first responders to effectively maintain reliable, wide-area public safety radio communications during emergency situations. A distributed antenna system (DAS) for...

Sitetracker releases 2020 Telecom Infrastucture Provider Outlook

Survey shines light on how telecom leaders think Coronavirus will impact the industry. Sitetracker, a high-volume infrastructure project manager, recently announced it released its 2020...

Max Boost, SureCall Enhance Shopping Experience with Passive DAS

The act of grocery shopping has changed significantly in the last few years. Gone are the days of paper lists and coupons—shoppers are more likely to use their cell phone to navigate their trip to the store. This means that supermarkets and other retail stores have no choice but to ensure that they have reliable, in-building wireless coverage throughout their property—and Max Boost Wireless and SureCall have been working to help them make this digital transition. The companies have worked together to install a passive distributed antenna system (DAS) for a Texas-based grocery store chain as well as some

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DAS A distributed antenna system, or DAS, is a way to deal with isolated spots of poor coverage inside a large building by installing a...

Solving Cellular Reception Challenges for Properties in Dense Urban Environments

People continue to move from rural to urban areas, making for larger cities with greater population density. This urban phenomenon offers an abundance of...

Connected Real Estate Magazine Releases Its Latest Edition

The Most Comprehensive Guide to All Things Connected. Fifth Gen Media has released the latest edition of its flagship publication, Connected Real Estate Magazine. Subscribers...

Need a Radio For Your DAS System?

Diamond Acquires Cheytec Telecommunications’ In-Building Assets, Contracts. Wireless infrastructure company Diamond Communications announced this week its subsidiary Diamond Mobile Solutions acquired Cheytec Communications’ in-building assets....
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CBRS Alliance to Become OnGo Alliance

Rebrand in to support global shared spectrum initiative The CBRS (Citizens Broadband Radio Service) Alliance announced this week that it will change its name to...

Co-Living Company, Quarters, Files for Bankruptcy

Eight Quarters properties and two other limited liability companies filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy last week. The eight property LLC’s located in New York...

C-Band auction concludes at record $80.9B

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced last week that the clock phase of the C-Band auction (107), which made available licenses for 280 megahertz...

Fabric looks to turn empty retail spaces into fulfillment centers

With $136 million raised, startup company Fabric is looking to shake up the fulfillment center industry, The Real Deal and Business Insider reports. Fabric,...

T-Mobile inks new deals with Ericsson, Nokia to enhance 5G network

T-Mobile’s 5G coverage got another recent boost, as it has signed five-year, multi-billion dollar agreements with Ericsson and Nokia. After merging with Sprint last...

Qualcomm to Acquire NUVIA to power devices, self-driving cars

Qualcomm Technologies has entered an agreement to acquire NUVIA, which specializes in creating computing platforms, for approximately $1.4 billion. The company said the acquisition...

AT&T hypes 5G+ service in Tampa—but how disappointed will users be?

Wireless carrier AT&T recently announced its 5G+ service, which uses millimeter wave spectrum, is available for businesses, residents and visitors to use in the...

Private LTE Market is Projected to Reach USD 13 Billion by 2026

According to a recent study from market research firm Global Market Insights, The demand for private LTE market is anticipated to grow at an...