DAS & Small Cells

We are aiming to improve coverage and repeater capacity of the mobile radio signal in specific areas serving mobile operators

A distributed antenna system (DAS) is a network of spatially separate antenna nodes connected to a common source via a transport system that provides wireless services within a geographical area or a building. DAS can be installed in buildings to boost wireless signals inside them. They are often located within large facilities such as stadiums or company premises. 

The market for indoor and outdoor “small cells” is about to become the main growth driver for the telecommunications infrastructure sector in the coming years.

We are aiming to improve coverage and repeater capacity of the mobile radio signal in specific areas serving mobile operators, both with structures dedicated to a single operator and multi-operator “neutral host” mode.

Why Cellnex?

Cellnex acts as a neutral operator to help operators and site owners/managers to find the optimal solution in the face of the increasing need for coverage and capacity in complex environments. We can manage site acquisition, design, installation, set-up operation and maintenance, supervision and quality control of the service.

Connectivity for Mobile Operators

How can good mobile connectivity be ensured in crowded and difficult-to-reach places, such as stadiums and arenas, shopping centers, airports, hospitals, subways and hotels? Cellnex satisfies the requirements of mobile phone users who are demanding coverage anywhere, any time, using DAS and Small Cells.

Attractive for owner of venues

With around 80% of mobile traffic originating or terminating indoors, it is critical that visitors, residents and workers have access to reliable connectivity. Reliable mobile connectivity is known to increase venue desirability and so fitting your buildings with optimal in-building cellular coverage and capability is the right solution.