Passive DAS solutions work best in buildings up to 500,000 sq ft and rely on signal.
What is an Passive DAS?
Passive Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) amplify signal from a "donor" location–usually on the roof of the building–and rebroadcast the signal inside the building. The donor signal is amplified by a bi-directional repeater, which is connected to a network of passive components, including coaxial cable, splitters, couplers, and antennas.
BA, Physics from University of Oxford. With almost two decades of experience in in-building wireless connectivity, Sina sets RSRF’s overall strategy. He is also a Technology Fellow at the Electronic Frontier Foundation,.