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or hotel; however, a ﬁrst responder
will need to be able to use their
two-way radio anywhere within
that building. A tenant will also
want to stream a ball game on their
smartphone using any of the four
Day Wireless analyzes floor plans, building specs and
designs to determine the best DAS system to install.
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When it comes to public safety
and cellular DAS, a big part of
Day Wireless' job as educators is
to ensure planning starts at the
architect level. However, Erofeev
notes that often developers realize
they need one when it's too late.
"Costs can rise signiﬁcantly as
the level of construction progresses," he says. "We have been
contacted by panicking customers
many times who want a DAS designed and installed in an impossible time frame.
"It's usually because the ﬁre
marshal won't give them an occupancy permit otherwise."
Umemoto says the company encourages contractors and building
owners to involve it in the construction phase as early as possible.
Day Wireless will analyze ﬂoor
plans, building specs and designs
to determine the most suitable
public safety DAS system to install.
"We want to educate the customer as much as possible from
the very beginning," Umemoto explains. "Our contractors like that
we take the time to give the most
accurate proposal that we can."