SOLON, OH -- (Marketwired) -- 02/18/14 -- DeltaNode, a Bird Technologies company, helped ensure the high-traffic area of the Las Vegas Strip has the necessary wireless coverage and capacity it requires by working with MetroPCS to equip the area with a distributed antenna system (DAS).
DeltaNode is a supplier of RF-over-fiber DAS and repeaters designed to enhance the coverage of commercial wireless and public safety communication systems.
Bird Technologies, a leading provider of radio frequency based products, systems and services, recently acquired DeltaNode. The organizations' combined resources and technical expertise allows the company to meet the rapidly growing market for RF distribution systems. This includes both in-building and outdoor scenarios, such as stadiums, transportation and large-scale projects like the Vegas Strip.
"The Las Vegas Strip is a hub for tourism and business where being able to instantly connect and communicate is critical," said Mark Johnson, chief executive officer of Bird Technologies. "DeltaNode's comprehensive DAS offerings ensure this crucial area has the coverage it requires."
With a commitment to developing new components and technology to meet the increased demand for reliable RF systems, DeltaNode plans to exhibit fanless IP65 remote units, compact head end equipment and other DAS equipment at Mobile World Congress 2014.
For more information on DeltaNode's comprehensive DAS solutions for challenging in-building or outdoor scenarios, schedule an appointment with a Bird RF expert at the event by visiting www.bird-technologies.com/MWC14.
About Bird Technology
Founded over 70 years ago and headquartered in Solon, Ohio, Bird Technologies has become the industry's standard in radio frequency product and service reliability. From commercial applications to military maintenance to electronic military instrumentation, Bird's comprehensive offerings range from data analysis to power measurement to signal strength. For more information go to www.bird-technologies.com.
DeltaNode, headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, was founded in 2005 as a project within the SHL Group by a team of Swedish wireless professionals with backgrounds from Ericsson, Allgon, Powerwave, Radiosystem and Motorola. In 2006, DeltaNode signed a long-term contract with a U.S. company to develop a DAS system that incorporated its repeaters and added fiber optic compatibility as well as Web-based control and configurability. DeltaNode has also developed products for the European safety network Tetra as well as for many other applications. Visit www.deltanode.com for more information.