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Monday, January 23, 2017

CTS


In the United States today, it is estimated that more than 85 percent of adults between the ages of 18 and 49 own a smart phone. This percentage will continue to grow each year until traditional landlines and cell phones are obsolete. We expect and depend on wireless voice and data to be available everywhere all the time in both our personal and professional lives. It is estimated that 80 percent of all wireless voice calls originate inside a building. As a result, most commercial properties need to make sure that they are providing exceptional wireless communications infrastructure to their tenants and/or customers. This is no longer a luxury, but a necessity, much like electricity or running water. The best way for a building owner to provide the necessity of wireless communication service is through the installation of a distributed antenna system, commonly referred to in the industry as a DAS. Simply put, a DAS is a collection of antennas placed in strategic locations throughout a building or outdoor space, designed to provide enhanced coverage and reliability than that offered by the wireless service providers’ cell towers.


Communication Technology Services, known in the industry as CTS, is the industry leader and a trusted integrator for all of the major wireless service providers, having successfully deployed over 6,000 distributed antenna systems nationwide. With almost three decades of history, CTS is designing, building, managing, servicing and consulting on DAS projects, large and small, across all vertical markets nationwide. Building upon its robust experience and knowledge in general contracting, project management and structured cabling, CTS has evolved into the premier provider of services the wireless industry including DAS, wireless LAN, and small cell solutions integrating public safety, commercial cellular and other wireless technologies to provide world-class communication systems.

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