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Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)

Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) eliminate dead spots for cellular handsets, iPads, and laptops by picking up and repeating signals throughout office buildings, warehouses and other structures. They are increasingly popular for businesses who want to provide clients and employees seamless voice and data communication wherever they are and Operators who need to increase capacity.

For an indoor DAS (iDAS) network, remote antennas are strategically placed throughout a building and are connected with fiber to a single hub containing the wireless service provider’s equipment. The indoor DAS solution provides building owners with a single system to address their wireless needs and provides wireless carriers with a system that allows them to tailor their RF signal to meet their specific coverage and capacity needs.

An outdoor DAS (oDAS) network consists of a central hub location which links, via fiber, a system of strategically placed antenna locations (or nodes) to provide carriers with pinpoint coverage not provided by traditional coverage methods. In addition, antennas can be placed on street lights or utility poles or cleverly camouflaged as street signs, cacti, boulders or other objects.

Designing, Installing and Optimizing successful distributed antenna systems requires in-depth expertise and years of experience in cable plant installation, multi-directional antennas, and other technologies. Optimos International is the company that the experts contact to either identify a problem or to do it right the first time!

  • Project Management
  • Site selection
  • Surveying and Propagation Predictions, tuning of propagation prediction models
  • Budgeting Calculation
  • CW Testing
  • RF Benchmarking Testing
  • Head-End Room Engineering
  • HVAC, Power, and Sub-metering


DesignWAVE is unique design and optimization methodology using proprietary hardware and software to create DAS and Small Cell Designs that come with a performance guarantee. Our approach has been proven successful from the smallest projects to large scale campus environments that include stadiums, arenas, common areas, residential areas.

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iBwave is the industry’s leading software to automate in-building network design planning activities. Eliminate the extra work by generating complete documentation of required files and tasks, increasing the accuracy and productivity in your indoor wireless projects.

Optimos International has iBwave Certified Engineers to ensure quality and exceed customer expectations.

Site Analysis

A good design is critical, but it requires a proper analysis of the macro network, CW testing and a visual review of areas which may present interference upfront.  This sometimes can be costly, but we have options which can dramitically reduce some of these expenses.

Our Ferrit handset app has the capability to provide 80% of the desired upfront measurements for a fraction of the cost through other methods.

Continuous Wave (CW) Testing

CW Testing is a vital step in the RF Design process that provides a measured validation of design objectives. We provide both in-building and outdoor testing, conducting rooftop, tower-mounted and crane tests with complete reporting that contains pictures, test link budget, MapInfo plots, etc.

Installation / “Construction”

Optimos International can build your DAS network in any environment or venue. Our trained and experienced licensed Electricians and Technicians understand Building Codes and Connectivity with Best in Class practices, but they also understand the need to maintain “spotless” work areas.  When we leave the work area, it will look like we were never there.  For areas, such as hospitals, we also have built a specially designed mobile plexaglass contained environment where the tech can work, but contains all of the dust or particulate.  In addition, as our employees are our greatest assets and accordingly practice and adhere to strict safety practices at all times and maintain a stellar safety record.

Break Fix

In the event of an equipment failure post sign off, we have over 25,000 technicians located around the country available for dispatch. Depending on the customer requirements, a technician could be used for “remote hands” or work autonomously from a porvided scope of work.