CellAntenna Announces it is a Certified Partner for Ericsson’s Radio DOT System
CellAntenna Expands DAS Portfolio with Next Generation State of the Art Small Cell Technology
CellAntenna Wireless, a wholly owned subsidiary of CellAntenna Corporation has announced it has become a Certified Partner for Ericsson’s Radio DOT technology. With the Ericsson Radio DOT System, CellAntenna now supports the state of the art DAS technology for neutral host multi-tenant systems. The Radio DOT System extends the small cell transmission to the edge addressing service issues commonly found with traditional DAS systems that simply repeated a signal throughout a facility. The “DOT” provides localized small cell service thereby improving the user experience and optimizing the service for the operator.
Leveraging fifteen years of comprehensive Distributed Antenna System (DAS) design and implementation, CellAntenna was a natural fit to partner with Ericsson for the next generation Small Cell technology. CellAntenna has supported the wireless industry evolution of DAS technology. From early generation Bi-Directional amplifiers to fiber fed systems throughout a facility, the company supports the engineering and design expertise to fulfill the requirements of the deployment. With the certification in place, CellAntenna is a preferred vendor to support the design and installation of DAS systems leveraging the groundbreaking Ericsson Radio technology.
“We are very excited to gain the certification with Ericsson for their innovative Radio DOT System’” said Howard Melamed President of CellAntenna, “CellAntenna has always been at the leading edge of DAS technology. With the addition of the Radio DOT technology, we are in position to deliver the optimal DAS solution for current 4G and future 5G networks.”
Suited for standard communications as well as IoT, the multi-band, multi-operator capabilities of the Radio DOT also supports neutral host systems allowing venues to provide ubiquitous service across commercial operators throughout a common facility.
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