Commercial office buildings, hotels, healthcare facilities, apartment buildings, campuses and retail venues all have different needs when it comes to in-building networks. Wireless is an increasingly important component, and that doesn't just mean Wi-Fi. Enterprises also want strong cell signals for both employees and customers, and that's driving demand for distributed antenna systems and small cells.
Networked small cells are emerging as a promising new in-building solution. EJL Wireless Research examines the shift from DAS to networked small cells in a recent research report and explains two different architectures for indoor small cells. Some networked small cells are managed by a controller, while others use a base transceiver station architecture.
This report not only explains small cell architectures, but also forecasts shipments of indoor small cells by vendor, type and region.
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