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ClearLink® DAS: System InformationA Revolutionary DAS Solution

The ClearLink DAS utilizes a combination of digital and analog technology providing the best of both worlds.  Analog over the fiber requires less fiber than complete digital solutions and digital in the remote provides superior performance over analog solutions.  The digital technology in the remote provides unsurpassed near-far performance as well as control and alarming at the sub-band level.  In addition, ClearLink DAS addresses the Near-Far performance issue, which is inherent in conventional DAS networks.

Features & Benefits
  • Hybrid anolog and digital solution provides superior DAS performance for the ultimate end-user experience.
  • Flexible and scalable head-end architecture supports up to 12 modules per chassis. Additional chassis’ can be added to meet any size application. Head-end chassis also support a combination of POIs and other DAS equipment.
  • Head-end and remote units are designed to provide customers with a ‘pay as you grow’ solution.
  • Digital filtering in the remote unit allows users to set power control per sub-band – no clamping in the POI is required.
  • Auto path detection and auto calibration feature adjusts parameters in the RF and optical paths to optimize system performance while reducing the need for user adjustments.
  • Echo feature streamlines data entry of like parameters between common modules, further simplifying the configuration process.
  • Easily adjust DAS settings and view system status via the user-friendly GUI.
  • Control access and reporting for specific users through login credentials.
  • Addresses Near-Far DAS issue inherent in conventional DAS networks.
Head-end Highlights
  • RF Sources Supported: Macro Network Base Stations, Small Cells and Over-the-Air Repeaters
  • Frequency Bands: 700 MHz, 850 MHz, 1900 MHz and AWS offerings
  • Dedicated or neutral host architectures using four module types
  • Easy configuration, maintenance, monitoring and interruption free evolution
Remote Unit Highlights
  • Support MIMO and SISO in one chassis
  • Minimizes non-participant interaction and mitigates Near-Far
  • Ensures participant isolation
  • Easy reconfiguration for evolutionary circumstance