In Building Wireless solutions is providing a reliable delivery of services and continuous communication within a building or campus that improves performance.

Children’s Hospital & Medical Center and Pierson Wireless – A Relationship Forged in Omaha

Children’s Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha, Neb., is one of the nation’s top-ranked pediatric medical, surgical, and teaching hospitals, providing comprehensive care to patients since 1948. It is the only full-service pediatric healthcare center in Nebraska, with clinical expertise in more than 50 pediatric specialties. U.S. News & World . . .

What is C-Band and Why is it Important to 5G?

As the United States and its major wireless network operators continue their national rollout of fully-optimized 5G network services, consumers are hearing a lot about C-Band, a spectrum range that is critical to carriers and their plans to blanket the country with ubiquitous 5G services. 5G, or the fifth generation . . .

In-Building Wireless Predicted Growth

The in-building wireless market has experienced several challenges and opportunities due to the impact of COVID-19. To explain this impact in detail, Global Industry Analysts, Inc. (GIA) have conducted and released a market study called, In-Building Wireless - Global Market Trajectory & Analytics. This market study highlights that, “amid the . . .

Using Scanning Receivers to View Your Network’s Performance

A scanning receiver is a specialized piece of equipment used to precisely test, optimize, and troubleshoot radio frequency (RF) signals. These receivers are a huge asset as increasing 5G deployments can cause the Radio Access Network (RAN) to be affected with new bands and technologies. Chintan Fafadia, senior director of . . .

Pierson Wireless Extends Services to Support COVID-19 Responses

OMAHA, NE (March 30, 2020) -- Pierson Wireless, a leader in the design, development and construction of wireless network solutions, is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic by supporting the cellular and emergency-response radio needs of local, state and federal governments, schools and healthcare organizations. As a provider of critical network . . .

Connectivity is Key to Attracting Tenants

Being a step ahead is important. In certain activities, it can mean the difference between receiving an award or wiping out. The next step for improvements of your property can be answered in many ways, but keeping a step ahead of your occupants is key to success. Your building is . . .

5G to Represent Over 15% of Mobile Market by 2025: GSMA

The report clearly delineates how 5G networks, AI (artificial intelligence), smart platforms and the internet of things (IoT) are going to transform the lives of citizens and businesses around the globe. KEY TAKEAWAYS: The 5G market will represent over 15% of the market by 2025 5G networks will transform people's . . .

2022-07-26T13:27:39-04:00March 12, 2019|Categories: In Building Wireless|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Managing the Costs of Bringing 5G to In-Building

Large-scale 5G commercial deployments are expected to begin making their way across the U.S. by 2020. Now is the time to begin preparing for the costs related to bringing in 5G in-building. It has become increasingly challenging for small to mid-size enterprises (SME) to prepare for costs associated with transitioning . . .

2022-07-26T13:28:03-04:00March 4, 2019|Categories: In Building Wireless|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Multi-beam Antennas are Changing the Way Engineers Design Wireless Solutions

Multi-beam antennas are changing the way engineers design in-building wireless solutions for certain stadiums and arenas.  In February, Verizon announced the use of multi-beam antennas at US Bank Stadium as a part of their Super Bowl 52 preparation.  And, more recently AT&T announced the use of multi-beam antennas at Amalie . . .

2022-02-21T22:24:38-05:00October 31, 2018|Categories: In Building Wireless|0 Comments

The Debate Over Who Pays for In-Building Cellular for Commercial Real Estate?

It's simple: a modern enterprise needs in-building cellular coverage and capacity. If they don't have it, they lose out a huge market that expects it. However, for commercial real estate owners and managers, there remains a gap in market education. Not only that, but there lacks a consensus in regards . . .

New Technologies Bring Private LTE Networks into View

In October, Harbor Research of Boulder, Colorado, published “The Private LTE Opportunity for Industrial and Commercial IoT” to explain how a new generation of wireless technology — private LTE networks — is unleashing an age of pervasive connectivity and awareness that is fostering entirely new and more efficient modes of . . .

2022-07-26T14:46:08-04:00April 30, 2018|Categories: In Building Wireless, Private Data Networks|0 Comments

Consumer vs Industrial: What Building Owners Need to Know About DAS Compliance

While virtually all cellphone users in this country are served by at least one wireless provider, there are still gaps in coverage which are to be found on the perimeters of large service areas, and in these areas, it's fairly common for users to experience less robust data speeds, possibly . . .

Unlocking the Value of NFV and SDN

With the 5G New Radio specification, both non-standalone and standalone variants, tracking for finalization by the end of this year and mid-2018, respectively, operators around the world are coming to grips with the crucial role of network functions virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN). Simply put, in order for 5G . . .

2022-07-27T12:03:16-04:00November 21, 2017|Categories: In Building Wireless|0 Comments

Minnesota Becomes 23rd State to ‘opt-in’ to FirstNet

On October 4th, Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton announced that he has accepted the Nationwide Public-Safety Broadband Network (NPSBN) deployment plan offered by FirstNet and AT&T on behalf of his state, making Minnesota the 23rd state—not including two territories—to “opt-in” to the FirstNet system. “First responders across our state risk their . . .

2022-07-27T12:05:47-04:00November 2, 2017|Categories: In Building Wireless|0 Comments

Connected Cities and Their Role in the Wireless Ecosystem

Internet connectivity, at its core, is a civilization changer on the same level as roadways, water systems and electric grids. It is redefining the way people interact with the world, access and share information, and improving the way we live work and play. It’s a universal, global need that supersedes . . .

2022-02-21T22:27:58-05:00October 20, 2017|Categories: In Building Wireless|1 Comment

A New Approach to Indoor LTE Coverage

Commercial Mobile Networks have been around for over thirty years.  They began as simple voice networks but have evolved to sophisticated data networks where voice is but one of the many applications supported by the network.  Those early voice networks were analog based: AMPS in North America, TACS/ETACS/JTACS in Europe . . .

2022-07-27T12:23:11-04:00June 12, 2017|Categories: In Building Wireless|0 Comments

2017 Predictions: LTE for Public Safety, Evolution of In-Building and NB-IoT

During 2017, the public safety industry will continue to work towards making LTE the long-term answer for emergency services communication. The U.S. has already begun planning for the introduction of LTE to deliver public safety applications, recognizing the success the technology has had for business and consumer communication. FirstNet has . . .

2022-07-27T12:11:47-04:00May 23, 2017|Categories: In Building Wireless|0 Comments

In-Building Wireless Systems and the MiddlePrise

High-rise office and residential buildings, schools, universities, healthcare facilities, and buildings between 100,000 and 500,000 square feet are being referred to as the 'MiddlePrise.' This segment is the next category of structures below larger structures like stadiums, arenas and airports where In Building Wireless (IBW) or Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) are . . .

2022-07-27T13:00:33-04:00September 28, 2016|Categories: Cellular Enhancement, In Building Wireless|1 Comment

Strong Demand for Spectrum Licenses Covering Larger Markets

As part of its ongoing incentive auction proceedings, the Federal Communications Commission attracted another $1.7 billion in “winning” bids for the 100 megahertz of 600 MHz spectrum assets available. The demands for licenses are well above the supply which could result in bidding prices on those licenses to continue to . . .

Wireless in the Hospitality Industry

The Hospitality sector caters to millions of guests per day. As guests strive to stay connected to offices, customers and family, hospitality operators are focused on ensuring their properties have sufficient wireless service. "The hospitality industry is a broad category of fields within the service industry that includes lodging, event . . .

Smart Cities – Attract Economic Development and Entrepreneurs

Interactive kiosks, free public Wi-Fi, smart streetlights and sensors, is the start of a new experience for those who live, work and play in Kansas City.   Kansas City is just one of many cities utilizing new technologies to support Big Data usage within the city.  Smart City initiatives help deliver . . .

Wireless Solutions – The New Standard in Buildings

“We just moved into a new state of the art, energy efficient facility and our wireless devices don’t work.” This statement is heard far too frequently.  The list of communications technologies and systems in buildings are constantly evolving.  New technologies and their applications often define the type of systems required . . .

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