JMA Wireless puts new tech on display at Mobile World Congress

Days after announcing its new TEKO DAS (distributed antenna system) platform, JMA Wireless attended the first Mobile World Congress Americas conference and put its new technology on display.

MWCAThe San Francisco event, which lasted from Sept. 12 through Sept. 14, took place at the Moscone Center and allowed entities in the mobile industry to showcase their technology while engaged in a show where industry leaders discussed growing wireless trends, like 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT).

“At Mobile World Congress Americas, we will demonstrate our broad capabilities that deliver wireless communications at many of the largest and most technically advanced venues in the world as well as unveil our latest innovations,” said Todd Landry, JMA Wireless corporate vice president of Product and Market Strategy, in a press release from Sept. 11.

Mobile World Congress Americas partnered with CTIA to organize this conference, and it brought industry leaders from all different industries and fields, like Mobile Network Operators, Mobile Internet, Fiance, App, Gaming, Healthcare are more.

As a mobile solutions innovator, JMA Wireless highlighted the following aspects of its portfolio: smart city solutions; TEKO DAS; a new tower boost system, a public safety system, and a new in-venue deployment solutions.

In the updated TEKO DAS platform, JMA Wireless updated its graphical KPI network performance tools and added in its first software defined remote unit (SDRU). The SDRU technology will unite “new spectrum and power levels at sites,” according to the press release.  The SDRU can coexist with other existing systems, doesn’t need to be physically installed anywhere, and is able to be controlled from a remote location, to name of few of its qualities.

If a business wants to switch carriers for some reason, it does not need to worry about damaging the SDRU. Overall the goal of this technology is to provide consistent and sound coverage for indoor and outdoor environments.

“The new SDRUs provide significant cost savings, eliminating the need to visit sites and add additional hardware that can result in tens of thousands of dollars for a single venue,” according to Landry.

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