Three Types of Private Mobile Network Infrastructure

DAS, Small Cell, and CBRS are all different ways you can deploy a private LTE network. In this video you’ll learn the pros and cons of each deployment type.
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DAS, Small Cell, and CBRS are all different ways you can deploy a private LTE network. In this video you’ll learn the pros and cons of each deployment type.


Check out Episode 8 of Office Hours to get answers to questions like:

  • What's the difference between DAS, Small Cell, CBRS?
  • Why public tower 5G signals struggle to penetrate newer building materials?
  • What is the cost associated with each type of network?
  • Is there a clear winner when comparing all three network types?

Key Takeaways

  • DAS, CBRS and Small Cell are all viable solutions to help increase coverage where wide area coverage lapses.
  • Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) rely on a series of antennas to create mobile networks. Installation can be costly and visibility into the network is restricted to the network operators.
  • Small Cells are a series of base stations that provide private LTE with increased capacity, but still require their own dedicated cabaling.
  • CBRS LTE/5G can use existing network infrastructure to serve both corporate and external devices through the deployment of small network connected access points.

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