The Dali Wireless integrated power Distributed Antenna System (DAS) provides seamless mobile coverage and capacity for today’s high speed voice and data wireless networks. This solution is based on open standard and it provides a bi-directional link between the tHost, t30 low power and the t43 high power remote over a single optical fiber with industry leading data rate. The Dali DAS system covers all frequency bands, (the entire 164 MHz of mixed frequencies in North America) on a single fiber, with a single wavelength.
All Dali DAS products use Small Form Factor Pluggable (SFP) optical transceivers for maximum flexibility. The SFPs provide up to 20 dB optical budget.
The Dali DAS system incorporates optical by-pass switches to prevent loss of service in daisy chained environments.
Dali’s tHost provides eight simplex RF interfaces for connection to the base station and six optical interfaces for data transfer to remote locations. The tHost integrates seamlessly with the t-Series complete line of remote units for both indoor, outdoor, as well as for low, high and integrated power deployments, thereby ensuring optimal coverage and delivery of capacity solutions.
The tHost simultaneously addresses multi-operator multi-band environments within one network and no service-specific devices are required. The result is that the combined DAS solution minimizes build out costs.
Dali’s t30 is available as a quad band remote unit with 1 watt per frequency band. The design simplicity of the t30 allows ease of installation. Multiple optical ports are available for flexibility in configuring the network in any architecture.
The t30 is also available in an eight band version providing full multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO) capability on all bands.
The t43 is available in dual and quad band versions with 20 watts output per band. This compact unit is powered by Dali’s patented SCR power amplifiers for maximum efficiency and low operating cost. The t43 has flexible mounting options and can be configured in any network architecture. The t43 provides a minimum of two optical interfaces to enable daisy-chaining.