Now wireless coverage can be available where you need it
Communication is the lifeline of business today. Wireless devices are a key component of business communication. It is important for these devices to be connected at all times. Many large buildings and public places find gaps in coverage or "dead zones". Wireless Communications can help you assess your system and extend your coverage with a DAS (Distributed Antenna System) including a BDA (Bi-Directional Amplifier)
A BDA (Bi-Directional Amplifier) is an important part of a DAS (Distributed Antenna System) used to pick up wireless signals in areas with weak or no coverage. These areas are known as "dead zones". Many of these areas occur in basements, tunnels, atriums, outdoor areas or any place outside the range of the signal source.
The BDA picks up the signal from the antenna and intensifies or amplifies the strength of the signal extending the coverage of your wireless system. This allows employees and in the case of business who serve the public, customers to have assess to communication through their wireless devices.
With the increased use of mobile data devices for business and pleasure there is a need for the user to have coverage everywhere regardless of the location. A DAS (distributed antenna system) allows coverage to be expanded to areas where problems can occur due to distance from the source or obstructions. By installing a series of antennas to receive signals from the source wireless assess is provided in the "dead zones". The new intelligent digital DAS technology allows you to create a flexible system with coverage where you need it, when you need it. The professional team of engineers at Wireless Communications can design and install the system suited specifially for your business.