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Travelers expect seamless coverage from the drop-off gate, on the runway, in the baggage claim, and everything in between.

The FAA estimates that around 2,900,000 passengers fly in and out of U.S. airports, per day. Passengers, TSA staff, airlines, and flight crews expect airport facilities to be comfortable, efficient, and catering to their coverage needs.
The demand for data, fast download speeds and coverage is only growing. Travelers expect seamless coverage from the drop-off gate, on the runway, in the baggage claim, and everything in between. Whether streaming television shows or working remotely from a lounge, passengers expect end to end coverage.

Decades of Experience

Our experienced engineers and operations team understand the nuances of the RF design and construction limitations of airport environments.

Expanding Coverage

We understand the drive for expanding outside coverage of the tarmac and plane-side areas in regard to both passenger experience and airport operations objectives.

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We’re experts in managing both the Carrier design objectives, funding cycles and airport’s technology roadmaps.

Solutions designed rightsized for today’s needs

…while planning for tomorrow.

Case Study: Smithsonian Institute

Smithsonian guests were once discouraged from using their smartphones within museums and galleries. But the museum experience is evolving in a big way. Now, exhibits are fully immersive and interactive. And this is all dependent upon seamless cellular coverage.

Wireless Services deployed the original DAS system across multiple campus locations and is currently developing a campus-wide upgrade. The integration was especially challenging, as the aesthetics and historical integrity of the buildings had to remain intact.

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