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醫療設施的分散天線系統 (DAS)

DAS in Healthcare and Medical Facilities

出版商 ABI Research 商品編碼 324684
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 29 Pages
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醫療設施的分散天線系統 (DAS) DAS in Healthcare and Medical Facilities
出版日期: 2015年02月13日 內容資訊: 英文 29 Pages
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本報告以醫院、醫療設施內的無線建立為主題,提供關於固有的方案專門的必要條件驗證、主要趨勢和優點、主要企業等系統性資訊。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 簡介

第3章 DAS概要

第4章 醫療設施

第5章 應用

  • 初期應變人員
  • Wi-Fi、電信級Wi-Fi
  • 地理定位應用
  • PACS
  • M2M和WMTS
  • 自動化,其他應用

第6章 網路匯流的優點

第7章 摘要和結論

第8章 主要供應商和系統廠商

  • Axell
  • Alcatel-Lucent
  • CommScope
  • Corning
  • Dali Wireless
  • Ericsson
  • Goodman Networks
  • JMA Wireless
  • Kathrein
  • Nokia Networks
  • SOLiD
  • TE Connectivity
  • Wireless Telecom Group
  • Zinwave

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目錄
Product Code: AN-1271

Today's mobile communications networks are rapidly adapting to manage a relentless growth in traffic while MNO's fight to maintain or minimize CAPEX and maximize coverage and capacity on their increasingly congested networks.

The situation is similar for indoor or in-building wireless systems and perhaps even more demanding for the MNO, owner or operator since by many accounts about 80% of mobile traffic is consumed and/or generated indoors. Typical in-building wireless systems use distributed antenna systems (DAS) but other technologies such as Wi-Fi and small cells are also good choices.

Mobile operators and building owners must extend the reach of their cellular networks indoors to meet subscriber demand for always-on, high-bandwidth connections deep inside buildings of various types. However, cellular signals received from an outdoor macrocell do not penetrate well indoors and suffer from attenuation due to building materials such as concrete, steel, metal film window tint, and low-E glass, which all attenuate the RF signals, particularly at the higher GHz-range frequencies in use today.

In this analysis ABI Research discusses in-building wireless in hospital and medical facilities and outlines some of the unique requirements that are particular to these scenarios.

In large installations such as those found in hospital or medical facilities some combination of multiple wireless system architectures may be in use. One of the key trends in today's healthcare environments is network convergence, in which the in-building wireless system can accommodate a wide range of frequencies, any protocol and any modulation scheme and which is future-proof. This means that a significant reduction in TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) can be had from a converged in-building architecture.

ABI Research also provides short profiles of 14 companies heavily involved in manufacturing installing and deploying indoor DAS for hospital facilities.

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW

2. INTRODUCTION

3. DAS OVERVIEW

4. HEALTHCARE AND MEDICAL FACILITIES

5. APPLICATIONS

  • 5.1. First Responder
  • 5.2. Wi-Fi and Carrier Wi-Fi
  • 5.3. Location-based Applications
  • 5.4. PACS
  • 5.5. M2M and WMTS
  • 5.6. Building Automation and Other Applications

6. BENEFITS OF NETWORK CONVERGENCE

7. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION

8. SELECTED VENDORS AND SYSTEM INTEGRATORS

  • 8.1. Axell
  • 8.2. Alcatel-Lucent
  • 8.3. CommScope
  • 8.4. Corning
  • 8.5. Dali Wireless
  • 8.6. Ericsson
  • 8.7. Goodman Networks
  • 8.8. JMA Wireless
  • 8.9. Kathrein
  • 8.10. Nokia Networks
  • 8.11. SOLiD
  • 8.12. TE Connectivity
  • 8.13. Wireless Telecom Group
  • 8.14. Zinwave

Charts

  • 1. Worldwide Mobile Network Data Traffic by Technology Generation and Traffic Type
  • 2. In-building Wireless System Revenue for Medical Facilities by Region

Figures

  • 1. Typical Hybrid Fiber Coax (HFC) DAS Installation
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