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Speakers, sponsors, exhibitors and attendees, Thanks so much for making DAS In Action: Atlanta a great event. The turnout was terrific, the positive buzz in the room palpable. The tour of the Georgia Aquarium was awesome (seeing Whale Sharks and DAS together has to be not-to-be-missed event) and the...
ATLANTA--DAS In Action: Atlanta is off to a great start! We doubled attendence records for the event, evidence of the momentum the deployment of Distributed Antenna Systems as an integral part of the nation's heterogeneous networks. DAS In Action: Atlanta, is organized by The DAS Forum, a membership...
DAS In Action: Atlanta starts tomorrow morning with breakfast starting at 8 a.m. and our first panel discussion starting at 9 a.m. The conference kicks off at the Marriott Marquis in Atlanta. After a full day of throught-provoking discussion, we will hear a case study of a Distributed Antenna System...
We've got a great list of featured speakers for DAS In Action: Atlanta coming up next week. We're tackling a wide range of subjects that cover Distributed Antenna Systems and how they and small cells interact with the heterogeneous network, or the HetNet as it's called. Executives from AT&T and ...

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I've been getting a lot of questions about the upcoming DAS In Action: Atlanta event, produced by The DAS Forum and PCIA -- The Wireless Infrastructure Association. We produced this chart so you can see how DAS In Action compares to other industry events. Hope to see you in Atlanta April 10-11. -- ...
Executives from Verizon Wireless (VZ) and AT&T Mobility (T) will keynote DAS In Action: Atlanta on Tuesday, April 10. Attendees will hear from Scott Semone, Maintenance Engineering MTS: RF DAS Systems Engineering, at Verizon Wireless, and Lorna Slott, Business Development Manager at AT&...
  By Tracy Ford We're going to get up close and personal with two tours of Distributed Antenna System (DAS) deployments at DAS In Action: Atlanta, on April 10 and 11. On April 10, we will tour the Georgia Aquarium, where we can view a few sea creatures and a few DAS nodes, and enjoy a netw...

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A special shout out to the seven companies that have joined The DAS Forum in the last month. We've added:  BL Companies, Galtronics, Global Tower Partners, Microlab -- A division of Wireless Telecom Group,  Tempest Telecom , The University of Western Ontario (also called Western Un...
For the first time, DAS In Action: Atlanta will feature exhibits so attendees can not only hear about new technology but see and touch it as well. Exhibitors to date are TE Connectivity, CommScope, Advanced RF Technologies, Axell, Clearfield, Electro-Wire, Galtronics, GTS and Trilogy Communications....
Attend the industry’s premier event dedicated to both indoor and outdoor DAS solutions—produced entirely by the DAS segment of the wireless infrastructure industry.  This two-day event offers essential information for carriers, system integrators and equipment providers on meetin...
The healthcare community is realizing that consistent wireless coverage is imperative to their patients and visitors, physicians and clinicians and for public safety within their buildings. Bringing wireless coverage inside, however, can be especially challenging in healthcare. And yet, the healthca...

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I feel like it's raining news about distributed antenna systems. First, the news that the passage of the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012 is good for the wireless industry in general because it streamlines collocation on and modification of an existing structure that does no...
American Tower's Dwayne Baucom explained that both Distributed Antenna Systems and Wi-Fi play integral roles in managing the onslaught of data across today's cellular networks. In a recent Fierce Wireless webinar  panelists, including Baucom, spoke about how DAS and Wi-Fi technologies are ...

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Distributed Antenna Systems are being deployed by members of The DAS Forum across the globe. TE Connectivity just announced it replaced a DAS network for the Copenhagen Metro subway system. The neutral-host DAS enables several mobile operators to bring wireless coverage and capacity to their custome...
Smartphones are changing how people communicate, no doubt about it. AT&T reported record data traffic on its network during the Super Bowl. The operator said its customers uploaded 40% more content than they downloaded, likely testament to the videos and photos fans were posting to Facebook and ...
Super Bowl XLVI  is coming to Indianapolis this weekend and all of the fans in town for the football extravaganza are going to be sending a lot of content from their smartphones and wireless tablets. Whether you are a New York Giants fan or a New England Patriots fan, you will want to shar...
Good luck to the 13 executives from eight companies who are presenting at tomorrow's FCC DAS and small-cell solutions workshop. The eight companies are members of The DAS Forum, part of PCIA -- The Wireless Infrastructure Association. They've put a lot of work into presentations aimed to educate mun...
Several members of The DAS Forum will present at the FCC's upcoming Feb. 1 event "Augmenting Mobile Broadband in your Community an Overview of Distributed Antenna Systems and Small Cell Solutions." This workshop is open to the public. All interested attendees are requested to arrive promptly. Attend...