Whitepaper | In-Building Wireless Best Practices

This book will provide you with an overview of IBW history, along with the science, solutions and considerations that go into choosing an effective, efficient and economical IBW solutions for enterprise spaces. 

In the 1980s, when the first wireless telephones hit the market, one of the first obstacles they met—apart from their clunky shape and unusual predilection for beige—was the fact that, when people sought a mobile connection, they often did so indoors. The issue was that the macro cellular network—the widearea coverage provided by linked cell towers—had trouble penetrating walls and windows. As soon as the first cell phones dropped a call in a sunny, glass-walled lobby, the seeds of the first in-building wireless (IBW) solutions were planted. Download now to read more.

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