I will be on a round table talking about indoor antenna design at the Northeast DAS and Small Cell 2016 Spring In Building Wireless Summit in New York City on April 6th, 2016. It is being put together by NEDAS. I am looking at it from a deployment perspective. Remember that in building installations have to be quick, efficient, and look really nice. The antenna has to work properly so that your design matches your test.
On the round table I will be joined by Anritsu and Spidercloud. We will all be talking about Developments in Mobile Antenna Technology. Mike Sapien of Ovum will be the moderator.
The team that is pulling this together is doing a great job and I would like to thank them for inviting me to go.
Just wanted to let you all know that the summit is happening next week. I have been so busy I didn’t get to talk about it much.
To learn more about NEDAS go here.
This is a great opportunity to learn more about DAS and small cell design for in building. Think of the growth that we expect to see. Between DAS and small cells we will really be taking off to densify the coverage in building and outside.
Be smart, be safe, and pay attention!
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