Waveform’s integrator division is your turn-key designer, integrator, and installer of Cellular Distributed Antenna Systems in Cincinnati. We’ve deployed DAS systems in Cincinnati and across the state of Ohio.
Did you know Cincinnati is within a day’s drive of 50% of the US population? That kind of connectivity is rare in a large country. But it doesn’t have to be for your wireless signal.
Whether watching the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium or heading through Cincinnati Union Terminal, many large buildings maintain flawless mobile coverage by installing a cellular distributed antenna system, called a DAS.
A high-quality installation from a DAS integrator is critical infrastructure in office buildings, apartment complexes, warehouses, and even hospitals. Without a DAS, wireless signals can be weak or non-existent indoors.
Outdoor wireless signal in Ohio is generally very good. According to Ookla, Cincinnati’s mobile data reliability ranks 15th out of the 100 largest US cities, between Columbus and Cleveland. AT&T has the most cellular coverage in the city, followed by Verizon and T-Mobile.
Wireless connectivity is best outdoors but much worse in large buildings. Upgraded cell towers are not built to increase indoor signal strength, and modern LEED-certified building materials increase indoor signal reduction even further. DAS installation remains essential for achieving high-quality cellular signal indoors.
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.