Tuesday, December 11, 2018
 




















  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Mondrian Cityplace

    24/7 Internet Access for the Public Areas

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Mondrian Cityplace Club Room

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Mondrian Cityplace "Zen Garden"

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Mondrian Cityplace Pool

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Trianon Pool

    802.11 Internet Access

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Trianon Pool

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Trianon Pool

    Internet Connection 24/7

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Trianon "Cyber Cafe"

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Trianon Courtyard

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Fairfield Inn & Suites Dallas North

    Meraki 802.11n Wireless Access Points

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Fairfield Inn & Suites Dallas North

    Breakfast Room - 802.11n Dual-Radio, Dualband, Access Point

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Fairfield Inn & Suites Dallas North

    Lobby - 802.11n Dual-Radio, Dualband, Access Point

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Fairfield Inn & Suites Dallas North

    1st Floor Coverage Prediction

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Pavestone Company

    802.11 Wireless Bridges

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Pavestone Main Building

    802.11a Root Bridges

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Pavestone Plant 1

    802.11a Bridge

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Pavestone Block Building

    Power Injector (typical)

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Pavestone Machine Shop

    802.11a Bridge

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Pavestone Bagging Plant

    802.11a Bridge

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Pavestone Block Plant

    802.11a Bridge

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  • Wi-Fi Installation

    Pavestone Bagging Plant

    Legacy Bridge Removal

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  • Wi-Fi Installation - Airport Bridges

    Airport Bridges Layout

    Two Wireless Bridges Installed

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  • Wi-Fi Installation - Airport Bridges

    Main Building Installation

    802.11 Root Bridge for the Hanger Expansion

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  • Wi-Fi Installation - Airport Bridges

    Hanger Expansion

    Clear Line of Sight from the Main Building to the New Hanger Space

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  • Wi-Fi Installation - Airport Bridges

    Hanger Bridge Installation

    802.11 Outdoor Bridge with Integrated Antenna

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  • Wi-Fi Installation - Airport Bridges

    Dual Bridge Installation on Engineering Building

    One of Two 802.11 Non-Root Bridges

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  • Wi-Fi Installation - Airport Bridges

    Installation Complete!

    802.11 Non-Root Bridge

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  RHO Wireless DAS Certifications
 
    Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)
 

A DAS is the distribution of cellular Radio Frequencies (RF) to a network of antennas within a building to provide cellular coverage for today's Smart Phones and Tablets. The DAS distributes the cellular radio frequency signals from a centralized radio source throughout the building using a network of RF coaxial cabling, splitters, couplers and antennas, fiber optic cabling and RF repeaters. The aim is to create an indoor coverage layer seamlessly integrated with the outdoor macro layer and handling all voice and data traffic internal to the building, offering better quality and user experience.

DAS solutions can be classified as passive, active, or hybrid systems.

Passive DAS
Passive DAS Implementation

Passive DAS: In passive systems, the wireless signal from the RF source is distributed to the antennas for transmission, through a series of passive components. Passive DAS is normally implemented using passive splitters, antennas and a bi-directional amplifier or “Booster”. The cellular signals from multiple carriers are normally "boosted".

Active DAS
Active DAS Implementation

Active DAS: In active DAS, the cellular signal may be provided by a carrier directly over a fiber connection, or, may be captured by a rooftop antenna and converted to a digital signal for transmission over fiber optics or CAT 5e/CAT 6 cable. The signal is then amplified by bi-directional amplifiers and distributed over coax to the antennas. Active DAS installations are normally single carrier systems that must be reviewed and approved by the carrier prior to implementation. Multiple carriers require the installation of multiple systems.

Hybrid DAS
Hybrid DAS Implementation

Hybrid DAS: A hybrid active DAS system is a combination of passive and active systems. In a hybrid DAS system, CAT5e cable is used to connect the head end or network unit (NU) to the remote coverage units (CUs). However, passive DAS may be used for additional distribution of the RF cellular singnals to additional antennas connected to the remote coverage units. The head end or network unit can receive the carriers signal from an outdoor antenna over coax or from a carrier's Small Cell device. The mall Cell device receives the carrier's signal over fiber or coax from the Internet. The hybrid system avoids the signal loss experienced with coaxial cable. Hybrid DAS implementations are pre-approved by the carriers; thus, there are no approval delays.

Contact Us for a DAS Quotation:

RHO Wireless
6804 Genstar Lane
Dallas, TX 75252

972-985-0485
Sales@rhowireless.com 

 
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