Waveform’s integrator division is your turn-key designer, integrator, and installer of Cellular Distributed Antenna Systems in St. Peters. We’ve deployed DAS systems in St. Peters and across the state of Missouri.
St. Peters, Missouri, a city known for its charm and beauty, understands the importance of reliable indoor cellular reception. Just like other cities, St. Peters relies on a multi-carrier distributed antenna system (DAS) installed by a reputable DAS integrator to ensure seamless mobile connectivity in various buildings, including office buildings, apartment complexes, hospitals, and warehouses. With wireless connectivity being referred to as the "fifth utility" in our digital world, a DAS is considered essential communication infrastructure in any building in Missouri.
St. Peters, Missouri, with a population of over a million and a half people, is a city that faces challenges in terms of wireless connectivity. While outdoor cellular coverage is generally reliable, the same cannot be said for indoor reception, especially in large buildings. Upgraded cell towers, designed for 5G transmission, do not prioritize indoor signal strength, and the use of energy-efficient construction materials further weakens cell reception. To overcome these issues and achieve high-quality indoor cellular and mobile coverage, the installation of a Distributed Antenna System (DAS) is essential.
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.