The basic idea behind a Distributed Antenna System (DAS) is to utilize several different antennas over a required coverage area. Using this approach lessens the overall power requirements, as these more localized antennas can be placed more effectively to suit a smaller area rather than having a single, larger antenna that is a compromise for the wider coverage needed. An approach involving a Distributed Antenna System also helps overcome the shadowing and penetration losses encountered by a singular antenna, as a line of sight link is available more frequently. As a result the levels of absorption are lower meaning the overall power levels can be reduced.
The end result is simple: more productivity, efficiency, and seamless workflow. And the end of dropped calls, poor voice quality, stuck text messages, slow internet, and long loading screens.