In his new position at ADRF, Byrd will be responsible for driving sales revenue from enterprises, carriers,
and third-party operator customers based in the Central regions.
The FiRE in-building fiber-optic repeater combines ADRF's PSR-78-9533 public-safety 700/800 MHz channelized repeater with a flexible ADXV series distributed antenna systems head end in a single compact enclosure.
The entire wireless ecosystem, as well as the economy as a whole, is poised to benefit from the deployment of 5G technology.
If you listened to the recent earnings calls for the major wireless carriers, you may have come away with a case of cognitive dissonance.
There is absolutely a reason to think the issues with 5G will be overcome in time, and that the next generation of connection will ultimately deliver on its promise.
Historically, most U.S. telecom equipment was manufactured to meet requirements that were specified by various mobile carriers.
ADRF announced its entry in the Latin American market, with the release of its new ADXV Series DAS at the MWCA 2018.
5G will play a critical role for extending mobile connectivity in every industry, connecting devices, sensors and computers with wider and faster connectivity.
In mid-September, leaders and technology providers from across the globe will gather in Los Angeles for Mobile World Congress Americas.
The promise of 5G connectivity is enormous, but for businesses, realizing the benefits of these upcoming high-speed wireless networks relies on a surprise benefactor that has never played a major role in wireless connection.