Dali Wireless has introduced a digital-over-fiber solution for delivering distributed wireless coverage and capacity. Based on the company’s t-Series RF router system, the Dali system extends the coverage and capacity of signals from wireless carriers indoors and outdoors in various environments. Primary components of the t-Series include tHost head-end units, quad-band t30 low-power remote transceivers for indoor applications, and quad-band t43 high-power remote transceivers for outdoor applications. Software options include network management and an advanced capacity management systems. All network functions, as well as adding new hardware, features and capacity re-allocation, are orchestrated from a single point via a user interface either locally or via the Internet.
With an instantaneous bandwidth of 164 megahertz in both the uplink and downlink paths, the system can simultaneously accommodate every active band (700 MHz, 850 MHz, 1900 MHz and 2100 MHz) used by the four major wireless carriers, with bandwidth remaining to provide network backhaul at 1 Gb/s as well as Wi-Fi capability. Wi-Fi traffic is completely isolated from the cellular network signals to ensure security. www.daliwireless.com