TESSCO, Longent Join Forces to Extend CommScope DAS at Princeton University

Princeton University’s new Lewis Center for the Arts needed a wireless network solution that would serve the 139,000 square feet of classrooms, offices, and performance spaces, as well as the courtyards and common areas within the complex. TESSCO Technologies, teamed with distributed antenna system (DAS) integrator Longent, LLC to develop a solution to extend the…

AT&T Upgrades Network In Chesapeake Arena

Improvements Expected To Impact Service Inside, Outside Facility   OKLAHOMA CITY, May 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — AT&T* customers now have enhanced wireless connectivity in Chesapeake Arenathanks to the company’s utilization of a Distributed Antenna System (DAS) in the facility. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20120612/DA23287LOGO) In addition to ensuring voice calls are successfully connected, the DAS is expected to result in faster download and…

Tennessee Vols get DAS at Neyland Stadium

September 12, 2012 by Paul Kapustka   One of the most orange places on earth, the University of Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium, has a new Distributed Antenna System (DAS) installation in place to help improve cellular coverage. Raleigh, N.C.- based Longent is behind the installation, using DAS gear from Solid Technologies. Verizon Wireless will be the first cellular provider to use…

Medical University of South Carolina Deploys DAS

MAY 27, 2011 Photo credit: Joseph McAlery Longent deploys Corning MobileAccess solutions to enhance wireless service coverage and reliability for staff, patients and visitors Vienna, V.A. – Corning MobileAccess, part of Corning Incorporated’s (NYSE:GLW) Telecommunications segment, today announced that the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) has deployed its distributed antenna system (DAS) solution. One of…

Boost the Signal, Not the Bill

The RFP must have read something like this: “Prestigious university seeks multiple cell phone carriers to pay for the privilege of providing service to university students, faculty, staff, and guests in residence halls, buildings, and outdoor locations. Prefer not to have multiple antennas peppering our landscape.” Sound far-fetched? Not really. In 2006, officials at the…