Communication has evolved over the last 20 years and now more than ever, people expect to be connected at all times. Smartphones are incredible devices and have become a necessity for many. Although they have amazing capabilities, like being able to call a friend or loved one that is across the country or even out of the country, order food at the click of a button, order more things on Amazon Prime, the list goes on but they also have some issues. In order to use all of the amazing capabilities, it requires signal and reception. This is why it can be so frustrating when going to an area or place with dead zones or dropped call spots.
Dead zones are something most have experienced. You walk into an area or part of a building and have absolutely no signal. Your smartphone becomes mostly useless and all of those amazing capabilities are on pause until you move from that area. The issue is usually being far away from a cell phone tower, the materials a building is made of, or being in a rural area.
Another issue is dropped calls. We’ve all been there, you’re in the grocery store and calling home to ask about an ingredient and the phone call breaks up and then drops. You then have to go to the front of the store or even outside to get a signal. It doesn’t just happen in grocery stores, this is common in hospitals, commercial buildings, and residential buildings or homes.
Many commercial buildings, hospitals, and even residential buildings have implemented cellular DAS systems to boost the signal in their buildings. Depending on the size of the building, it can be simple and not require much time to get a system installed.
Deciding to install a cellular DAS system in your building can be a big decision based on the cost and time for the project. However, it’s always worth it to have the people in your building happy and able to communicate, whether it be a hospital, condos/apartments, or a commercial building. This can be a big decision for a business but ultimately will help in the long run.
People will avoid going to a place where they can’t communicate. If it’s a store where they know they will have issues, they are likely to go to a different store. It can really hurt business and it can be potentially dangerous in the event of an emergency. Communication isn’t a luxury anymore, it’s a necessity. If you have reception issues in your building, give us a call or email us to find out more. We can provide an estimate and find an affordable and effective solution that will fit your needs