rss faqs

WHEN YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, WE HAVE ANSWERS: At RSS, we take pride in giving the best customer service - forever. From your first call to long after your DAS is installed, we are always available to answer questions and offer support for your company's ongoing wireless coverage needs. For a quick reference, our experts have compiled a list of frequently asked questions that may aid you and your firm during the decision-making process. These are intended to provide general information; for the full experience, give us a call!

what causes poor wireless coverage?

Your wireless coverage and signal quality depend on several factors. For example, the location of cell phone towers can hinder access to cellular networks, and affect the quality of calls in some areas. Additionally, building materials can reflect or block wireless signals, leading to reduced coverage in some facilities.

how can poor wireless coverage be improved?

A signal can be strengthened significantly by rebroadcasting it within the building or enclosed area. This is usually done with a distributed antenna system (DAS), which connects rebroadcasting antennas throughout the building for a consistent and reliable network of wireless coverage. Public safety networks, two-way radio rebroadcasts, carrier systems and multipurpose networks all use DAS to ensure a robust signal. Three main factors are considered when choosing a DAS. These include the size of the coverage area, the type of wireless applications to be supported by the DAS and the need for scalability to support expansion.

who is responsible for resolving poor wireless coverage?

In the past, wireless service providers were charged with resolving all wireless connectivity issues. Today however, most cellular phone companies and wireless service providers have disavowed that responsibility. There are still some cases where service providers are willing to share the cost of enhancing wireless coverage solutions. But usually, wireless coverage must be handled in-house, or outsourced to a company specializing in advanced DAS and RF engineering.

why choose rss?

At RSS, we've been enhancing wireless coverage for 10 years. We work directly with manufacturers and a wide array of wireless service providers to guarantee you receive the most advanced solution for your wireless coverage needs. Our engineers identify and analyze your building's unique RF requirements, then design an integrated strategy for resolving your problems in an effective and cost-efficient way.

who deals with the wireless service providers?

Repeated Signal Solutions has forged strong alliances with most of the major cellular companies, and is a direct vendor for AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. These established relationships allow us to negotiate on your behalf, then tailor a DAS rebroadcast network that meets the specific requirements of your wireless service providers as well as your particular infrastructure. We deal with all the legal documentation and create a plan that works for you now and forever.

what are the benefits of strong engineering support for wireless coverage solutions?

The engineering and technical qualifications of the RSS team are core to the seamless integration of your wireless coverage enhancements. Simply put, RSS provides the most cost-effective and reliable services, plus a system that can be upgraded to meet any future networking needs. When you choose RSS, you choose a partner for the life of your business.

rss faqs

WHEN YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, WE HAVE ANSWERS: At RSS, we take pride in giving the best customer service - forever. From your first call to long after your DAS is installed, we are always available to answer questions and offer support for your company's ongoing wireless coverage needs. For a quick reference, our experts have compiled a list of frequently asked questions that may aid you and your firm during the decision-making process. These are intended to provide general information; for the full experience, give us a call!

what causes poor wireless coverage?

Your wireless coverage and signal quality depend on several factors. For example, the location of cell phone towers can hinder access to cellular networks, and affect the quality of calls in some areas. Additionally, building materials can reflect or block wireless signals, leading to reduced coverage in some facilities.

how can poor wireless coverage be improved?

A signal can be strengthened significantly by rebroadcasting it within the building or enclosed area. This is usually done with a distributed antenna system (DAS), which connects rebroadcasting antennas throughout the building for a consistent and reliable network of wireless coverage. Public safety networks, two-way radio rebroadcasts, carrier systems and multipurpose networks all use DAS to ensure a robust signal. Three main factors are considered when choosing a DAS. These include the size of the coverage area, the type of wireless applications to be supported by the DAS and the need for scalability to support expansion.

who is responsible for resolving poor wireless coverage?

In the past, wireless service providers were charged with resolving all wireless connectivity issues. Today however, most cellular phone companies and wireless service providers have disavowed that responsibility. There are still some cases where service providers are willing to share the cost of enhancing wireless coverage solutions. But usually, wireless coverage must be handled in-house, or outsourced to a company specializing in advanced DAS and RF engineering.

why choose rss?

At RSS, we've been enhancing wireless coverage for 10 years. We work directly with manufacturers and a wide array of wireless service providers to guarantee you receive the most advanced solution for your wireless coverage needs. Our engineers identify and analyze your building's unique RF requirements, then design an integrated strategy for resolving your problems in an effective and cost-efficient way.

who deals with the wireless service providers?

Repeated Signal Solutions has forged strong alliances with most of the major cellular companies, and is a direct vendor for AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. These established relationships allow us to negotiate on your behalf, then tailor a DAS rebroadcast network that meets the specific requirements of your wireless service providers as well as your particular infrastructure. We deal with all the legal documentation and create a plan that works for you now and forever.

what are the benefits of strong engineering support for wireless coverage solutions?

The engineering and technical qualifications of the RSS team are core to the seamless integration of your wireless coverage enhancements. Simply put, RSS provides the most cost-effective and reliable services, plus a system that can be upgraded to meet any future networking needs. When you choose RSS, you choose a partner for the life of your business.