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iBuildNet DAS provides vendor-independent solution for deploying indoor wireless networks

June 4 2015: With increasing interest in DAS to deliver in-building mobile coverage, Ranplan will be showcasing its new iBuildNet® DAS solution at the DAS & Small Cells Conference in New Orleans. iBuildNet DAS is the latest addition to Ranplan’s range of vendor-independent software tools for indoor and outdoor wireless network planning, design and optimization.

iBuildNet® DAS is an advanced solution for designing and optimizing DAS networks and supports multi-system technologies to deliver a seamless network environment. Using advanced 3D modelling, fast and accurate 3D ray-tracing and powerful data analysis to optimise antenna location type, power and channel assignment, iBuildNet significantly reduces the time it takes to plan and deploy complex DAS systems.

“As operators and system integrators see the benefits of DAS to meet the demand for in-building coverage, they are looking for new software tools, designed specifically to plan, optimise and deploy these complex networks,” said Graham Peel, CEO of Ranplan. “In the increasingly competitive DAS and Small Cells markets, iBuildNet provides a faster, smarter and more cost effective approach and importantly, offers a truly vendor-neutral solution.”

iBuildNet DAS can also be used with iBuildNet Tablet Planner, Ranplan’s automated on-site tool that allows installers to quote, plan, deploy and optimize a network to deliver maximum coverage and QoE in the shortest possible time, at the lowest possible cost.

About Ranplan                       

Ranplan is an innovative UK-based wireless technology company with offices in the US that has developed world leading software tools for outdoor/indoor wireless network planning, design and optimization, using advanced 3D building modelling and radio propagation simulation. The company is at the forefront of research and development for radio propagation, femto/small cell and DAS design, automatic RAN optimization and the deployment of complex HetNets.

www.ranplan.co.uk 

For more information or to arrange a briefing, please contact:

Curtis Olinger or Kevin Robinson at Ranplan on 913.237.5412 or +44 7810 506 437 or email info@ranplan.co.uk