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BICSI 006

Distributed Antenna System (DAS) Design and Implementation Best Practices

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Organization: BICSI
Publication Date: 1 May 2015
Status: active
Page Count: 114
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In 2014, mobile data traffic was nearly 30 times the size of the entire global Internet traffic in 2000. Over the next 5 years, mobile data is projected to increase by factor of 10. Capacity, access, reliability ... words often used to describe what current and future wireless infrastructure needs to be. Solutions like distributed antenna systems (DAS) assist in providing capacity and access. And for a DAS, the design and installation of the DAS is vital for the reliability demanded by users.

ANSI/BICSI 006-2015 is the first DAS infrastructure standard that provides designers and installers not only information on the types and components of a DAS, BICSI 006 also provides requirements and recommendations for the design and installation of a standards-compliant, vendor-neutral DAS that is able to be used for a wide range of applications, environments and locations.

Table of Contents
 1 Introduction
 2 Scope
 3 Required Standards and Documents
 4 Definitions, Acronyms, Abbreviations, and Units of Measurement
 5 Regulatory and Safety
 6 Distributed Antenna Systems and Components
 7 DAS Design
 8 DAS Infrastructure Implementation
 9 Management: Operations, Maintenance, and Administration
 10 Location Technologies
 11 Site and Functional Support Issues
 Appendix A: Legal Aspects of Wireless Design (Informative)
 Appendix B: Tools Used for Testing Coaxial Transmission Lines and Antennas (Informative)
 Appendix C: Hazardous Environments and Locations (Informative)
 Appendix D: Related Documents (Informative)

Document History

BICSI 006
May 1, 2015
Distributed Antenna System (DAS) Design and Implementation Best Practices
In 2014, mobile data traffic was nearly 30 times the size of the entire global Internet traffic in 2000. Over the next 5 years, mobile data is projected to increase by factor of 10. Capacity, access,...

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