Microlab, a Wireless Telecom Group Company (NYSE American: WTT), announced this week the DCC Series® Point-of-Interface (POI) integrated solution was chosen for the wireless system deployment in Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL. According to the company, this solution enables critical network densification initiatives designed to enhance the fan experience by improving carrier coverage, increasing capacity, and allowing multiple carrier and multiple spectrum deployments.
“Our focus on custom, specialized integrated solutions and experienced product design teams enabled us to rapidly solve the unique challenges of this deployment for increasing coverage and capacity,” says Dino Giordano, VP of Engineering. “System integrators involved in multi-million dollar stadium deployments require the highest quality performance at every level of the design and turn to a trusted partner in Microlab to address the challenges of deploying a low-loss architecture system for maximum coverage and distribution of signals to multiple antennas in the stadium. We provide a fully tested solution which reduces their deployment and commissioning time.”
The encapsulated design of the DCC Series POI, according to a company announcement, provides clean integration from the radio to the antennas for simplified distribution of mid-band and high-band cellular signals, the high-band enabling CBRS, LTE-LAA and 5G New Radio (5G NR). “The DCC Series solution is delivered as an end-to-end tested solution streamlining deployment, reducing on-site installation time, eliminating individual component testing and enhancing overall performance and reliability,” the announcement read.
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