5G brings a collection of new technologies, and the most popular are small cells. Dan Combs Consulting (DCC) has years of experience in Small Cells. Small cells are miniature cell phone towers that can be placed in inconspicuous places and usually attached to existing infrastructure in the public right of way like utility poles or streetlights. Small Cells don’t require as much power as full-sized towers, and perform better when clustered together. Small cells are a cost-effective way of increasing the number of cell sites with high user demand and to fill in areas not covered by the macro network. More communities are looking to small cells to eliminate the need for lager cell towers and make then more discreet. This improves coverage on city streets and metro areas.
Small cells can also be deployed in buildings and high-capacity venues such as airports, college campuses, train stations, shopping malls, and sports stadiums which are otherwise difficult to reach using traditional macro cells.
Small Cells are increasingly popular and being deployed for Rural Coverage in remote areas that may only have limited coverage, or in some cases no coverage at all. Small Cells also improve network performance and service quality by off loading from large macro-cells.
DCC is expertly trained in DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems) solutions such as In-building cellular wireless network services and offer full end-to-end indoor solutions to help everyone "stay connected".
In-building cellular wireless systems provide increased cell coverage in typically hard to reach areas. A DAS may be the ideal wireless antenna network solution to help you provide a fast and reliable connection for your Michigan customers.