RFP checklist for in-building DAS

June 7, 2012
The DAS Forum has put together a checklist of items for building owners to consider when compling a Request for Proposal (RFP) for deployment of an in-building distributed antenna system (DAS).

The DAS Forum has compiled a checklist of items for building owners to consider when building an Request for Proposal (RFP) for the deployment of an in-building distributed antenna system (DAS).

In putting together the checklist, the DAS Forum explains that:

"More higher education institutions, healthcare facilities, hospitality venues and commercial building owners are realizing they need better indoor wireless coverage, both for commercial cellular service and public safety systems. A distributed antenna system can be a good fit to bring wireless services closer to the end user, both inside and outdoors. Often, business and venue owners want to issue a Request for Proposal, or a Request for Information to compare information from various vendors. However, DAS designs and installments are complex and business owners might not understand that complexity when issuing an RFP."

Download a PDF containing the introduction to the DAS Forum's RFP checklist white paper, a list of the topics covered therein, and information on how to receive the full version of the document.

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