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The Mann Wireless engineering team is one of the most skilled in the industry.
Our experience – coupled with the state-of-the-art tools and ongoing training we provide to our employees – allows us to design and deliver to our customers the most reliable wireless systems available on the market.
During the DAS wireless engineering and design phase, we make the best use of the RF survey data gathered during the Requirements Gathering & Site Survey process to engineer a cost-effective solution that meets your unique communications needs. We provide a proposal outlining the details of your custom solution including
- a comprehensive scope-of-work summary
- propagation analyses
- link budgets
- parts lists
- design drawings showing equipment placement details on floor plans.
At Mann Wireless, we take an electronic-vendor neutral approach to custom DAS wireless engineering for your building or campus. Our partnerships with a wide range of equipment vendors has given us vast experience designing and deploying systems with all major DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems) and OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) in the wireless space.
Our diverse technical experience with a wide variety of technology platforms gives our customers access to the best technology platforms and solutions available.
How in-building wireless services work:
- A donor antenna receives and transmits signal to and from radio tower repeaters
- A signal booster/Bi-Directional Amplifier (BDA) amplifies radio site transmissions (downlink) and amplifies portable radio transmissions (uplink)
- A distribution system delivers the signal to in-building portable unit operators designed with coaxial cable, radio-frequency (RF) splitters and low-profile antennas.
- Medium RF power source
- Small footprint signal amplification device with air link to RF channels of tower site
- Typical application is for internal signal level enhancement
- Coaxial cable and low profile internal antennas connect to BDA to facilitate in-building enhancement
- One BDA serves 300k to 1M+ sq. ft. (approx.) for Public Safety
- Requires external antenna to link with radio transmission site (air interface)
How radio-frequency signal enhancement works:
- RF infrastructure components deliver RF signals to system antennas or leaky cable.
- Air interface with communications tower
- External antenna focused at tower site
- Signal booster / bi-directional amplifier (BDA)
- Amplifies a select group of frequencies
- Direct connection to repeater system
- RF couplers extract small percentage (10%) of signal from RF transmission system
Fiber-Based In-Building System
- Deployed to cover large areas (500k+ square feet)
- System comprises optical & RF components configured to distribute RF signals throughout a facility (connects to RF source electronics)
For more information or to request a quote, please contact us.
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