A typical DAS deployment consist of the following devices:
This is mounted outdoor and has a clear view or is pointed towards the base station.
These are mounted indoors, and come in typically a dome or panel type design for transmitting and receiving the cellular
signal to and from the mobile devices indoor.
It amplifies the signal coming from a base station tower for distribution throughout a building or structure, thereby allowing users to utilize mobile phones within a facility. The BDA is the heart of the DAS setup.
There are other accessories such as Coaxial cables, Splitters, Couplers, etc. which are also standard requirements of a DAS installation.
A distributed antenna system (DAS) is a way to deal with isolated spots of poor network coverage inside a large building by installing a network of relatively small antennas throughout the building to serve as repeaters. This is known as indoor DAS deployment or iDAS.
There is also outdoor DAS or oDAS.
Advantages of DAS