Mobility Networks Indoor & Outdoor Diagram

Indoor & Outdoor

Mobility Networks

Delivering 5G Connectivity Indoors and Outdoors

With today’s increasing mobile device usage and data consumption rate, our customers need best-in-class mobile networks accessible anywhere, anytime.

Extenet designs, builds, operates and supports transformative mobility and private wireless networks that enhance coverage and capacity and enable superior wireless service in indoor and outdoor environments for Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), multi-system operators, hospitality, sports and entertainment venue owners, real estate partners, enterprises, municipalities and more.

DAS

Indoor 5G Wireless Solutions

In our increasingly interconnected world, reliable connectivity isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity. In-building wireless network solutions and distributed wireless networks such as Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), Distributed RF Access Networks (DRAN) and private wireless networks have emerged as crucial technologies to satisfy the rising demand for robust wireless connectivity within buildings.

To match this demand, Extenet’s indoor 5G and private wireless network solutions play a crucial role in delivering superior connectivity and an elevated wireless experience across industries, including hospitality, transportation, manufacturing, healthcare, education and more.

 

Key Features/Benefits of Indoor 5G Mobility Networks

  • In-building distributed wireless network solutions keep your building connected to emergency services such as police, fire and medical personnel—ensuring dependable wireless connectivity and communication during critical situations

 

  • Improves emergency response capabilities and increase situational awareness through enhanced surveillance, thereby contributing to the safety of building occupants
  • Provides building-wide coverage, eradicating dead zones and weak signal areas that plague indoor environments

 

  • Evenly distributes the wireless signal across all floors and areas using a network of strategically placed antennas and access points—ensuring mobile users have reliable connectivity throughout the building, from the basement to the top floor
  • As indoor spaces become more densely populated with mobile devices, Extenet’s solutions provide buildings with increased network capacity to accommodate more traffic

 

  • Extenet’s DAS, DRAN and private wireless networks enable offloading of data burdens through the deployment of multiple antennas, access points and data channels, reducing congestion and enhancing network performance

 

  • Increased capacity guarantees mobile users can:
    • Access high-speed internet
    • Use voice, text and photo/video sharing without interruption
    • Utilize data-intensive applications without lag
  • Adapts to a building's changing requirements; whether adding new antennas, expanding coverage to additional floors or accommodating future technology enhancements

  • Nearly limitless scalability supports emergent technologies and keeps up with the rising demand for next-gen applications
  • In-building distributed wireless network solutions keep your building connected to emergency services such as police, fire and medical personnel—ensuring dependable wireless connectivity and communication during critical situations

 

  • Improves emergency response capabilities and increase situational awareness through enhanced surveillance, thereby contributing to the safety of building occupants
  • Provides building-wide coverage, eradicating dead zones and weak signal areas that plague indoor environments

 

  • Evenly distributes the wireless signal across all floors and areas using a network of strategically placed antennas and access points—ensuring mobile users have reliable connectivity throughout the building, from the basement to the top floor
  • As indoor spaces become more densely populated with mobile devices, Extenet’s solutions provide buildings with increased network capacity to accommodate more traffic

 

  • Extenet’s DAS, DRAN and private wireless networks enable offloading of data burdens through the deployment of multiple antennas, access points and data channels, reducing congestion and enhancing network performance

 

  • Increased capacity guarantees mobile users can:
    • Access high-speed internet
    • Use voice, text and photo/video sharing without interruption
    • Utilize data-intensive applications without lag
  • Adapts to a building's changing requirements; whether adding new antennas, expanding coverage to additional floors or accommodating future technology enhancements

  • Nearly limitless scalability supports emergent technologies and keeps up with the rising demand for next-gen applications

Level Up Your In-Building Wireless Connectivity Game!

Small Cells

Outdoor Wireless Solutions

Small Cell Networks

  • Discrete, fiber-connected cellular antennas placed on existing structures like streetlights, telephone poles and other utility poles to enhance capacity and coverage in densely populated areas.

    While legacy macro networks often cover a radius of several miles, small cells have a coverage footprint of up to several hundred feet and better serve specific high-traffic areas.

  • Extenet deploys this solution in cities, municipalities, communities, shopping malls, stadiums, buildings and other high-traffic locations to improve wireless signal strength and data speeds.
  • Allows MNOs to improve the mobile user experience; promotes the expansion of data-intensive apps and leverage new wireless technologies such as 5G

  • Extenet independently monitors customer networks 24/7/365 from a network operations center (NOC)

    A few of our major markets include the New York Metro area, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Dallas, Boston and Northern New Jersey.

  • As the number of devices requiring outdoor wireless connectivity keeps increasing, Extenet will be a key part of meeting the needs in communities across the country.

Key Features/Benefits of Small Cell Networks

  • Address coverage gaps and areas with high user demand by deploying small cells in strategic locations, such as busy streets, parks, stadiums and urban centers

 

  • Discharges traffic from macro networks, enhancing signal strength, decreasing congestion and increasing network capacity to accommodate higher data consumption and user density
  • Reduces signal weakening, interference and latency by locating the network closer to the user, e.g. the edge

 

  • Improves data transfer rates, voice and video communications and network responsiveness overall

  • Mitigates the effects of physical obstacles such as buildings and garages
  • Achieving seamless connectivity outdoors poses unique challenges including distance to a tower, physical obstructions and more

 

  • Strategically placed nodes and overlapping coverage areas provide fast, smooth handovers as users move through outdoor areas
  • Reduces congestion in densely populated and high-data-demand areas by redistributing traffic to small cells

 

  • Capacity offloading balances the macro network's burden and optimizes the network’s overall efficacy

 

  • Improved coverage, capacity and reliability during peak usage periods
  • Supports both current and future wireless technologies

 

  • Can be enhanced to support higher frequency bands, higher data consumption and low latency required by next-generation solutions

 

  • Outdoor wireless solutions like small cell networks allow for the unparalleled integration of new technologies and services as network operators continue to evolve their infrastructure
  • Address coverage gaps and areas with high user demand by deploying small cells in strategic locations, such as busy streets, parks, stadiums and urban centers

 

  • Discharges traffic from macro networks, enhancing signal strength, decreasing congestion and increasing network capacity to accommodate higher data consumption and user density
  • Reduces signal weakening, interference and latency by locating the network closer to the user, e.g. the edge

 

  • Improves data transfer rates, voice and video communications and network responsiveness overall

  • Mitigates the effects of physical obstacles such as buildings and garages
  • Achieving seamless connectivity outdoors poses unique challenges including distance to a tower, physical obstructions and more

 

  • Strategically placed nodes and overlapping coverage areas provide fast, smooth handovers as users move through outdoor areas
  • Reduces congestion in densely populated and high-data-demand areas by redistributing traffic to small cells

 

  • Capacity offloading balances the macro network's burden and optimizes the network’s overall efficacy

 

  • Improved coverage, capacity and reliability during peak usage periods
  • Supports both current and future wireless technologies

 

  • Can be enhanced to support higher frequency bands, higher data consumption and low latency required by next-generation solutions

 

  • Outdoor wireless solutions like small cell networks allow for the unparalleled integration of new technologies and services as network operators continue to evolve their infrastructure

Ready to take your indoor or outdoor mobility network to the next level?

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