Waveform’s integrator division is your turn-key designer, integrator, and installer of Cellular Distributed Antenna Systems in St. Louis. We’ve deployed DAS systems in St. Louis and across the state of Missouri.
The Gateway Arch may be the most famous building in St. Louis, but it isn’t the one people spend the most time in. Most large buildings where people work and live in have problems with wireless connectivity. When mobile networks don’t function, productivity and convenience plummets.
But reliable indoor wireless accessibility is possible. It requires a multi-carrier distributed antenna system, abbreviated DAS, installed by a DAS integrator.
Whether it’s an office building, apartment complex, hospital, or warehouse – deploying a cellular DAS is a critical piece of infrastructure. DAS installation enables reliable 4G LTE and 5G coverage both for personal use and smart technology applications.
St. Louis enjoys a good outdoor wireless network, ranking 23rd amongst the 100 most populous US cities according to Ookla and Speedtest.net. Of the major cell carriers, AT&T performs better than Verizon or T-Mobile in the city.
The most reliable wireless connectivity remains outdoors but is markedly worse in large buildings. Upgraded cell towers are not built to increase indoor signal strength, and modern building materials can block signal completely. Without a DAS, your building could lose out on the speed and capacity of new 5G coverage. But Waveform is here to help.
We believe that no one DAS technology is right for every application. There are no silver bullets.
Instead, we carefully select the right technology for the specific signal conditions and requirements of your building.
DAS is the only thing we do.
We act as your domain expert and advocates. We help you get your questions answered, and guide you to the best solution for your unique needs.
Projects succeed when they’re planned carefully. We take our client’s trust seriously, ensuring that projects are delivered on time and on budget.
At every stage, we’ll keep every stakeholder, including you, in the loop. You’ll never wonder what’s happening next.