Distributed Antenna System

Distributed Antenna System

Foxcom's Distributed Antenna System (DAS) is a wideband fiber-optic-based solution to efficiently distribute wireless connections inside large buildings. It is used to eliminate "dead zones" by transmitting RF signals over fiber optic cable from a single base station to multiple antennas located throughout the building.


Foxcom’s 4G/LTE active DAS solution delivers all the services and frequency bands required by mobile users, including traditional GSM, CDMA and UMTS cellular coverage technologies. Our Distributed Antenna System architecture supports SISO (Single Input Single Output) and MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) technologies for LTE and WiMax In-Building Wireless coverage.


Foxcom's indoor optical repeater provides a versatile and modular platform that enables cellular operators to easily upgrade and expand their systems as needed. The high power optical remote unit significantly reduces equipment and installation costs while providing sufficient power for multiple services within each building.


  • Covers all cellular technologies, including 4G/LTE
  • 10W High Output Power Remote Unit 
  • Supports SISO and MIMO technologies
  • Maintains 32 Remote units with a single Base Unit
  • Offers versatile and modular platform for future expansion


  • One system supporting all cellular bands
  • No upgrade required for 4G/LTE
  • Robust solution with redundancy
  • Reduced installation and configuration time
  • Lower maintenance costs due to remote access
Company: Foxcom Complete RF-2 Fiber Solutions
Location: Israel and US
Contact name: Sales