|By Business Wire||
|May 7, 2014 04:14 AM EDT||
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/74gd29/distributed) has announced the addition of the "Global Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) Report 2014 - Latest Forecasts to 2019" report to their offering.
Global Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) Report 2014 - Latest Forecasts to 2019 provides analysis of the Distributed Antenna System (DAS) market, including carrier WiFi, small cells, and Self Organizing Networks (SON). The report includes evaluation of market drivers, challenges, and a quantitative assessment of the industry from 2014 to 2019.
In addition, as wireless service expands to areas outside of metropolitan areas, people may be located in isolated places where regular base transceiver stations (BTS) is not a viable option. This is particularly obvious in indoor use of the communication services in densely populated areas and buildings where the building may have many floors underground or formed of steel structure in addition to high-rise buildings.
Since the inception of commercial wireless technology, network operators have strived to obtain the maximum number of users. Consequently, there has been a constant struggle to maintain the quality of service for increasing number and usage of cellular systems.
A promising solution to solve all of these issues is to deploy a Distributed Antenna System (DAS). The DAS will typically consist of group of antennas physically connected to a controller that is connected to the carrier macro cell. DAS will serve as a repeater to the nearest BTS and extend its broad range of service to very narrow areas where there is a great demand in wireless services.
Key Topics Covered:
2 DAS Technology Overview
3 DAS and Small Cell Technologies
4 Case Study: Cost of Small Cells vs. DAS
5 DAS and Self Organizing Networks (SON)
6 DAS Benefit to Carriers
7 DAS Market 2014-2019
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/74gd29/distributed
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