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The company continuously evolves its
technology to stay ahead.
tems that are all
digital, easy to deploy and can handle multiple operators," Spedaliere
says, noting that the company has
more than 370 patents on its equipment and technology.
Dali Wireless' products are easily
upgradeable to new standards such
as the eventual 5G standard. "Since
our systems are all digital, we can
do a lot of equalization in the digital time domain," he adds. "This
is all done from our graphical user
interface [GUI] at the push of a
virtual button. Other systems have
to manually calculate and adjust
the ﬁber length. This saves site
The company provides products
for both commercial cellular and
public safety coverage. Dali Wireless' customers include building
owners and operators as well as
neutral host DAS providers, and its
products are used in new construction as well as in retroﬁts. In addition to manufacturing and selling
its products, the company can also
design and install its systems.
Both Dali Wireless' commercial
and public safety DAS system
components include head-end
or host units, remote units and
controller units. It can accept base
station or oﬀ-air feed.
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public safety systems
include capabilities for FirstNet, the national ﬁrst responder
system. "We're seeing more
interest in public safety systems
lately because more municipalities are passing rules specifying
that buildings must have ﬁrst
responder coverage before they
can receive occupancy permits,"
Spedaliere says. "The public
safety systems we provide ensure
that any medium- to large-sized
building can have adequate public safety coverage.
"We make sure that ﬁrst responders have communications
within their building so when an
incident occurs, they can maintain
contact with the outside while
responding," he adds.
Dali Wireless continues to
evolve its technology. "What we
think of now as a base station
will eventually not exist as
hardware; it will be replaced
by software in a data center or
server farm with a digital signal
into our system," Spedaliere
says. "Because our product is
digital, we can take digital inputs
into them and eliminate existing
hardware. Dali has never stood
still; as systems evolve into 5G or
whatever is coming in the future,
we will be a part of that."
One of the company's largest
ongoing projects involves installing
in-building public safety DAS in
all ﬁve terminals of the Dallas/
Fort Worth International Airport,
one of the world's busiest airports,
Executive Vice President Basem
The project will cover more
than 12 million square feet of the
facilities and include installation of
head end or host units and remote
units throughout the terminals.
Dali Wireless' recently completed projects include implementing
public safety DAS technology at
several railway stations in Melbourne, Australia.
The company was contracted by
VicTrack, which owns Australia's
transportation infrastructure and
assets, to design and deploy DAS
for stations with known communication "black spots."
The enhanced network provides
coverage for nine surveillance
oﬃces and surrounding stations,
Dali Wireless was also recently
contracted by Arqiva, the leading
company in the United Kingdom,
to install a DAS in the city center
of Glasgow, Scotland. The project,
the company's ﬁrst in the United
Kingdom, will replace existing
analog components with Dali
Wireless' digital technology.
"We are honored to be selected by Arqiva as the Digital
DAS provider for the city center
of Glasgow," Anshasi says. "In
today's always-connected world,
wireless connectivity is no longer
a nice to have, it's a necessity.
With our digital solution, mobile
users in downtown Glasgow will
be able to seamlessly talk, text,
browse the Internet and stream
videos without interruption."
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