On the DAS side, ADRF announced during the Verizon Technology User Forum, it has updated its solution to include support for for the 3.5 GHz and 5 GHz spectrum bands.
A new collaboration has been announced with the aim of bringing together two leading services in location technology.
ADRF announced it is rolling out support for the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) and LAA bands for its ADXV Series DAS, making it the first DAS provider to support the U.S. 3.5 GHz band and 5 GHz spectrum.
The nationwide wireless carriers are testing CBRS and LAA to augment indoor capacity, but the bigger opportunity for ADRF may be with enterprise buyers of its new solutions.
Reliable blanket coverage is often taken for granted by anyone with a cell phone, but most people are unaware of a crucial and foundational aspect of connectivity: batteries.
For reasons both altruistic and obvious, providing public safety communications solutions has been a tent-pole component of carrier business.
ADRF introduces public safety fiber optic repeater.
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In today's digital age, no public gathering place is complete without the ability for attendees to call, text or connect to the internet during the game.
IoT requires adaptable, but consistent connectivity, leaving the potential for smart devices to create benefits that not everyone can utilize.