Accu-Tech will be hosting our LEED Seminar Seriescourses in Raleigh, NC 11/14/2011 at the Marriott City Center in Raleigh from 1:00pm to 5:30pm (ET). The three hour course consists of the following one hour segments:
*4 credits for AIA, 1 LEED AP, 2 RCDD, RITP CEC's
- The Role of a Unified Infrastructure in a LEED Gold Project - Panduit, (1:00PM-2:00PM)
- Solar Energy - PV Racking Considerations - Cooper B-Line, (2:10PM-3:10PM)
- Sustainable Practices and LEED - Leviton, (3:20PM-4:20PM)
- Distributed Antenna Systems - Corning DAS, (4:30PM-5:30PM)
***All attendees will receive a template for submitting LEED specific credits for these courses to the GBCI.
Have you ever been in a large building with no celluar service? If you have, then you know the importance of DAS. Learn more here.
What’s an In-Building DAS?
It offers wireless service providers a viable solution for improving coverage and quality of service inside of buildings.
It’s a network of antennas that are placed indoors and are connected with cabling or fiber to a “hub” which allows for multiple wireless service providers to connect radios that transmit at various frequencies.
The system is a neutral host that enables multiple wireless service providers to use the network at the same time.
From one of our presenters, Connectivity Wireless Solutions:
"Industry analysts predict that over the next seven years telephony customers will continue to migrate towards one multi-purpose communications device, and that this trend will drive wireless service providers towards expanding their in-building wireless coverage footprints. Analysts further estimate that wireless service providers and enterprise customers will expand their capital spending in aggregate of $15 billion for in-building wireless networks by 2013."