Wireless spectrum band used to transmit data and voice services. It uses frequencies 700 MHz.

Wireless spectrum band used to transmit data and voice services. It uses frequencies 800 MHz.

Wireless spectrum band used to transmit data and voice services. It uses frequencies 1900 MHz.

Wireless spectrum band used to transmit data and voice services. It uses frequencies 1700 MHz and 2100 MHz.

Devices that receive, boost and amplify over-the-air signals in both directions from tower to device and from device to tower.

Radio-Frequency signal source device. Usually a high powered device connected to the operator’s network.

DAS is a network of antennas designed to provide coverage (wireless signals) to an area with little or no otherwise coverage. This could be inside a building or a small defined geographic region.
Signal direction from tower to device.
Location where the various DAS nodes are aggregated and the DAS is connected to the signal source.
DAS deployed in an indoor setting.
Global network standard for 4G high speed data network.
DAS deployed in an outdoor setting.
Interference generated by transmit signals when they encounter non-linear junctions or materials in the signal path.
DAS element which converts and amplifies the signal. The remote is typically located close to the antennas. Remote can also refer to the location this element is installed.
Radio Frequency source device that’s a low power alternative to the BTS. They can be directly connected to antennas or to DAS.
Signal direction from device to tower.
Local Network with limited geographical coverage typically not controlled or affiliated with a licensed network operator that links two or more devices using wireless methods.
Vast regional or national wireless network typically controlled or affiliated with a license network operator.