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In-building Wireless Solutions

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With an estimated 80 percent of mobile traffic originating or terminating within a building, universal in-building wireless (IBW) coverage has become as vital to your building as water or electricity. Today's data-hungry devices simply cannot be served by the outdoor macro network. Wi-Fi helps, but it requires manual authentication and it does not support cellular voice calling. The evolution to 5G, combined with the explosion of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, will raise the stakes even higher. 

By offloading traffic from high-rise buildings, sprawling campuses, crowded stadiums and hotel conference rooms, an IBW solution can make a dramatic difference. Our portfolio of IBW solutions can help ensure your customers stay connected.

Distributed antenna systems (DAS)
By deploying a network of unobtrusive antennas throughout your building, our DAS solutions produce world-class quality of service (QoS). CommScope DAS systems are designed to be flexible, scalable, and efficient. They're easy to deploy and maintain.

Indoor small cells and C-RAN 
Our small cells use an innovative centralized C-RAN architecture to generate high capacity and excellent coverage without handovers or interference. 

Realize your building's full potential with robust, affordable in-building wireless solutions from CommScope.

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White Paper: Fiber backbone cabling in buildings

Installing the proper cabling for a seamless migration to a 40 Gbps or 100 Gbps architecture is a vital step in future-proofing your network.
Publish Date: August 28, 2017
Region: Global

Article: Why permit a preventable weakness in your network?

Over the years, PIM has evolved from a virtually unknown DAS performance metric into a critical system requirement. Read to learn more.
Publish Date: February 10, 2017
Region: Global

Tip Sheet: Network Operations Center (NOC)

DCCS monitoring and management services are available to any customer with an existing or new CommScope distributed coverage and capacity solution.
Publish Date: February 10, 2017
Region: Global

Tip Sheet: 5 Tips to Avoid Delays in Scaling Your DAS Network

CommScope has developed this simple tip sheet to help you avoid problems caused by PIM, and increase the speed and ease of your DAS network implementation.
Publish Date: February 10, 2017
Region: Global

Tip Sheet: ION-E approaches theoretical speed limit using MIMO and carrier aggregation

This document overviews a recent speed test of the CommScope ION-E unified wireless infrastructure solution, using MIMO and carrier aggregation on an LTE network.
Publish Date: February 10, 2017
Region: Global

White Paper: DAS and small cells: A view from the leading edge

It is increasingly falling to enterprises to make important in-building wireless decisions. CommScope can help.
Publish Date: January 31, 2017
Region: Global

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Sep 1, 2017

Is the wireless office the new paperless office?

Wireless connectivity has become an essential requirement in modern offices. But even when wireless is deployed as the primary network, this doesn’t really mean no wires. Read this blog by Matias Peluffo about why the wireless office is not quite wireless.
Jul 19, 2017

Building systems will soon run on the IT network, but who will own them?

One of the questions that is still unanswered in commercial real estate is, “Who owns the network in the building?” In this blog post and video, Ed Solis talks about this challenge and CommScope’s upcoming educational seminars to help building managers and owners understand some of the expectations placed on building networks.
Jul 5, 2017

Convergence in Commercial Real Estate: IT and OT in the IoT

The commercial real estate market continues to evolve as technology becomes a key enabler to optimizing and securing the office space. One of the common themes at the recent Realcomm/Ibcon trade show was differentiating between Information Technology and Operational Technology. Ed Solis, who spoke at the Realcomm event, reports on this theme and more in this blog post.
Jun 25, 2017

The wireless market in CALA is heading indoors

Writing from his office in Brazil, Luciano Adami discusses the wireless market in the Caribbean and Latin America (CALA) region, particularly the growing need for in-building wireless solutions. With 80% of mobile connections made inside buildings, and only 2% of available commercial real estate having indoor cellular networks, CALA will soon be at the tipping point for wide-scale, dedicated, active indoor wireless solution deployments.

Case Study: Carolina Panthers count on CommScope

Carolina Panthers count on CommScope to deliver a winning fan experience.
Publish Date: July 12, 2016
Region: Global

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