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Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS): Market and Forecast 2014 - 2019

Mind Commerce Publishing
Published Date » 2014-02-19
No. Of Pages » 64
 Since the inception of commercial wireless technology, network operators have strived to obtain the maximum number of users.  Consequently, there has been a constant struggle to maintain the quality of service for increasing number and usage of cellular systems. In addition, as wireless service expands to areas outside of metropolitan areas, people may be located in isolated places where regular base transceiver stations (BTS) is not a viable option. This is particularly obvious in indoor use of the communication services in densely populated areas and buildings where the building may have many floors underground or formed of steel structure in addition to high-rise buildings. 
   
 A promising solution to solve all of these issues is to deploy a Distributed Antenna System...
Table of Contents:
 
1 Introduction 5
1.1 Executive Summary 5
1.2 Topics Covered 6
1.3 Key Questions Answered 7
1.4 Target Audience 7
1.5 Companies Mentioned 8

2 DAS Technology Overview 9
2.1 DAS Overview 9
2.2 DAS Technology 11
2.2.1 Active and Passive DAS 16
2.2.2 DAS Signal Conditioners 17
2.2.3 Multi-Signal Combiner Systems 18
2.2.4 Characteristics of DAS Networks 19

3 DAS and Small Cell Technologies 21
3.1 Microcell Solutions 23
3.2 Pico/Metrocell solutions 25
3.3 Femtocell Solutions 27
3.4 Wi-Fi 29
3.5 Small cell Capacity 31

4 Case Study: Cost of Small Cells vs. DAS 33

5 DAS and Self Organizing Networks (SON) 36
5.1 Improved Coverage and Quality of Service 38
5.2 Future of SON and DAS in Optimized Networks 39

6 DAS Benefit to Carriers 40
6.1 Improved Coverage and Quality of Service 40
6.2 Increased Capacity 41
6.3 Capital Cost Reduction 41
6.4 Speed to Market for Service Providers 42
6.5 DAS Challenges 42

7 DAS Market 2014-2019 44
7.1 DAS Market Equipment 2014-2019 44
7.1.1 Carrier WiFi Revenues 2014-2019 44
7.2 Global Small Cell Market 2014-2019 48
7.2.1 FemtoCell Market 2014-2019 49
7.3 In-building DAS Market 2014-2019 52
7.4 Global Market 54
7.5 Regional Market 56
7.5.1 United States 56
7.5.2 Asia Pacific 57
7.5.3 Middle East and Africa 59
7.5.4 Europe 61
7.6 DAS Vendors Market 62
7.6.1 DAS Vendors Market Share 62

List of Tables


Table 1: SON Capabilities 37
Table 2: Business Drivers for SON 37
Table 3: SON Architectures 38

List of Figures


Figure 1: In-building Distributed Antenna System 13
Figure 2: Outdoor Distributed Antenna System 15
Figure 3: Standard DAS Signal Conditioners 18
Figure 4: DAS Network Topology 19
Figure 5: CPRI-connected Small Cells 22
Figure 6: Micro-cell Coverage 24
Figure 7: Femtocell/Pico-cell Network Architecture 26
Figure 8: Wi-Fi Network Architecture 30
Figure 9: DAS and Small Cells with Two Different Building Configurations 35
Figure 10: Carrier WiFi Revenue: 2014-2019 45
Figure 11: WiFi Access Point Unit Shipment 2014-2019 46
Figure 12: Carrier WiFi Access Point Unit Shipment Revenues 2014-2019 47
Figure 13: Global Small Cell Unit Shipments 2014-2019 48
Figure 14: Small Cell Unit Shipment Revenues 2014-2019 49
Figure 15: FemtoCell Annual Shipments 2014-2019 50
Figure 16: PicoCell Revenues 2014-2019 51
Figure 17: In-building DAS Market 2014-2019 53
Figure 18: Global DAS Market 2014-2019 55
Figure 19: United States DAS Market 2014-2019 57
Figure 20: Asia Pacific DAS Market 2014-2019 58
Figure 21: Middle East & Africa DAS Market 2014-2019 59
Figure 22: DAS Vendors Market Share 62

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