Wireless integrator TriPower is teaming with DAS equipment company Zinwave to deploy an in-building, unified wireless infrastructure in the Pepsi Center Arena in Denver, which hosts the games of the Avalanche, Nuggets, Colorado Crush and Colorado Mammoth, as well as concert events.
The twist on this in-building wireless deployment is the two companies are combining their expertise in cell site location, antenna technology and wireless systems to get the job done.
“I believe that this winning combination of Zinwave’s world class, carrier-grade DAS technology and TriPower’s superior construction, implementation and delivery services will provide end users with enhanced wireless coverage and data rates,” said Laddy Fleming, executive vice president, worldwide sales of Zinwave.
The network will use the Zinwave 3000 DAS active broadband system, which is protocol and frequency agnostic, accommodating LTE 700 MHz, as well as CDMA 800 MHz and 1.9 MHz , cellular 800 MHz. The MIMO system will double capacity compared to LTE SISO.
“The joint effort between TriPower as the deployment partner and Zinwave’s 3000 DAS system allows us to deliver an optimal wireless solution for high-demand coverage,” said Bryan Kemper, president of TriPower. Installation is now underway on the carrier DAS at the arena.