In the Press

Total Telecom

“DAS amplification systems have the potential to set a new standard in marine communications technology, expanding the availability of voice and data services away from being exclusively used for traffic deemed to be high priority.”

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Land Mobile

One of the first installations of Cobham Wireless’ Distributed Antenna System (DAS) on a luxury superyacht has taken place to provide LTE and 3G services to passengers.

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Everything RF

Crew and passengers can enjoy communications services as far as 50 km from the shoreline without the need to use expensive and service-limiting IP-over-satellite technology.

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Wireless Magazine

Cobham Wireless’ technical experts have a long history of developing solutions to enable access to communications services in the most challenging of environments.

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Pipeline

Cobham Wireless today announced the availability of high-quality LTE service on a moving ship using a distributed antenna system to extend coverage 50km out to sea.

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Microwave Journal

While satellite will remain the primary method for communications in open water, when vessels are closer to the coast, DAS can connect to the cellular signal from the land to provide seamless and reliable voice and data services.

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Telecom Lead

DAS technology can help service providers reach remote areas but also maintain quality of experience in towns and cities.

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Smart Chimps

Mobile customers in the UK are able to access 4G just 53% of the time on average across the four major networks, a new study has shown.

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Telecoms.com

Increasing 4G access s?hould be a priority for mobile providers and Ofcom must continue to push them to make this a reality.

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Computer Weekly

Almost everyone now uses a mobile phone service and it’s not good enough that the UK is lagging behind so many countries with our 4G network coverage.

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