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Advanced DAS & Small Cells: In-building RF DAS Components and Subsystems


The hardware components and design considerations will examine in-building RF coverage and capacity based on venues, power and alarm requirements and operational efficiency based on unique indoor characteristics and behavioral elements.

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Description


DAS and Small Cell applications for special venues like stadiums and big campuses require a unique understanding of the various hardware components that are not commonly found at macro sites.

Understanding RF devices and equipment is critical to the successful development of In-building DAS and Small Cell hybrid solutions. This course identifies the properties of key hardware commonly specified for use in an In-building solution and explores differences in how they are characterized.  The course begins with a comprehensive overview of the components encountered on a daily basis.  The components are assembled into typical In-building system use cases and the resulting real-world problems such as optimizing the location of an In-building amplifier in a high rise or understanding the Near/Far interactions between participants and non-participants are analyzed in detail.  This course will deepen the students’ understanding of In-building issues and offer various approaches to address them.

As your education partner, TEC can offer custom training schedules and delivery methods (on-site or virtual) to meet the unique needs of your organization. Use the contact form below for more information about this course or to schedule your customized training program.

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Advanced DAS & Small Cells: In-building RF DAS Components and Subsystems: Course Outline

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