The increasing demands on today’s indoor distributed antenna system (DAS) networks are pushing network operators to consider solutions capable of providing exponentially higher data rates. As a result, many network operators are exploring the use of multiple-in, multiple-out (MIMO) transmission schemes in a DAS environment.
Until recently, achieving the higher data rates possible with MIMO came with a high CapEx investment, forcing many DAS network operators to choose between wireless performance and bottom-line profitability. However, successful testing of an alternative scheme—interleaved MIMO—enables operators to realize near-full MIMO performance for about half the cost.
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