DAS (Cell phone networks for buildings) Project Management
$154.99 Track price
More than 70% of data used over cell phones are from indoor, but less than 30% of indoor areas in U.S. has decent cell phone coverage. DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems) or indoor cellular networks fill in these coverage gaps. Just think of the potential of growth of DAS projects.
In every DAS projects, a lot of people from outside the DAS industry have to get involved; they are architects, building construction team, IT, facilities management team, project managers – just to name a few. There is quite a bit of learning curve to the whole engineering and business side of DAS. So, most of these people navigate through these projects somewhat blindly or limited knowledge. Worse is there is really no vendor–neutral on–line or on–site courses available for people outside DAS. Why vendor neutral? Because most webinar, or DAS tutorials are made by equipment manufacturers, and it just tells the audience how great their product is.
*** Decision makers and project managers deserve to know DAS from a vendor–neutral perspective.***
This course is a vendor–neutral overview of DAS. My goal is to give anyone who is interested in in–building cellular network or DAS, a pretty comprehensive look into the field in a short few hours. Once you go through this course, you will be able to manage DAS projects and interface with all aspects of resources for DAS. You will be able to assess the feasibility of DAS for your organization, and guide your organization into and through a DAS project.
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Andrew Fleming –
Disclaimer: I am an On Air Solutions employee. This course is a great introduction to DAS. A good level of detail, but more importantly a complete overview of everything you need to know related to DAS from terminology, to structure, to how projects are actually managed. There is not much information available on DAS, this is by far the best resource I have encountered.
it is amazing
Christopher Ercegovich –
I would like to have a pdf version of the course for reference.
Jose L Oviedo –
Enjoyed the course and how the sections were broken down.
Savelie Badanau –
to much reading from the paper, Instructor is often loosing the thread and has to start over. The info looks really complex and is covering many angles/aspects of the project.