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From DAS to DRS in the 5G Era

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Actionable Benefits

  • Identify key advanced features of digital Distributed Radio Systems (DRS) over traditional Distributed Antenna Systems (DASs).
  • Identify strategies to upgrade legacy DAS in a very cos-effective way.
  • Identify different types of in-building wireless infrastructure depending on use case, venue type and spectrum choice.
  • Highlight the importance of cellular connectivity indoors for public safety and first responders in the 5G era.
  • Provide a comprehensive analysis the current indoor market status.

Critical Questions Answered

  • What are the key premium features of digital DRS that pave the path for a smooth transition towards 5G?
  • What are the market opportunities for small cells and DRS in the consumer and enterprise markets?
  • How the availability of different spectrum alternatives (licensed, unlicensed and shared) affect the delivery of the different types of in-building wireless systems?
  • What is the current strategy adopted by different vendors to address the 5G indoor market? 

Research Highlights

  • A detailed analysis of the advanced features of digital DRS.
  • A comprehensive analysis of the impact of new spectrum initiatives in the delivery of in-building wireless in both technical and business aspects.
  • An overview of the synergies of small cells and digital distributed radio systems and Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC)
  • A comprehensive analysis of the adoption of carrier-grade technologies by first responders. 

Who Should Read This?

  • Decision-makers within system integrators, neutral hosts, landlords and mobile network operators who are responsible for the delivery of inbuilding wireless.
  • CTOs responsible for the upgrade and deployment of indoor cellular networks.
  • Enterprise verticals who are ready to adopt carrier-grade cellular technologies using in-building wireless infrastructure for industrial digitalization, factory automation, and a variety of other enterprise use cases. 

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. RECOMMENDATIONS

2.1. Mobile Network Operators
2.2. Infrastructure Vendors
2.3. Enterprise and Building Owners

3. INTRODUCTION

4. CURRENT STATE OF THE INDOOR WIRELESS MARKET

4.1. Market Status
4.2. Spectrum Choices
4.3. First Responder Networks

5. 5G NR IN INDOOR WIRELESS

5.1. DAS and DRS
5.2. Small Cells
5.3. Repeaters and Signal Boosters
5.4. Wi-Fi
5.5. Edge Computing and Enterpise Business Models

6. COMMERCIAL ASPECTS

6.1. Indoor Wireless Business Models Enabled in the 5G Era
6.2. The Impact of COVID-19 in the Indoor Wireless Market

7. MARKET FORECASTS

8. VENDOR ECOSYSTEM

8.1. Advanced RF Technologies (ADRF)
8.2. Cobham
8.3. CommScope
8.4. Corning
8.5. Dali Wireless
8.6. Ericsson
8.7. Huawei
8.8. JMA Wireless
8.9. Laird
8.10. Nextivity
8.11. Nokia
8.12. Rosenberger
8.13. SOLiD
8.14. SureCall

9. CONCLUSION