RLS-CMC has completed installation of high-profile distributed antenna systems (DAS) within multiple hotels and resorts located at the Las Vegas strip in Nevada, US.
The newly installed advanced networks are expected to increase wireless capacity for guests, enhancing their overall experience at each property.
Comprising several strategically placed antennas that distribute wireless network coverage across the resort’s hotel, the DAS installation allows for more efficient management of wireless capacity in heavily trafficked areas.
Configured to offer coverage and consistent performance across the venue, the installation will help wireless carriers to maximise the experience for more than 40 million travellers visiting the place each year.
RLS-CMC project manager Kevin Chase said: "The new DAS network provides additional capacity that will allow guests to effortlessly make calls, send videos, or search for the best local dining.
"The top hotels in Vegas realise the importance of keeping their guests connected and we have seen an increasing demand for DAS in these properties."
Specifically, the upgraded DAS network is anticipated to provide comprehensive wireless coverage to guests, helping to ensure that they are able to stay connected during their visit to Vegas.
RLS-CMC will also manage the network, and will collaborate with its partners to continue implementing upgrades to ensure optimal network performance.
Las Vegas Valley hosts some of the most important conventions in the world, with the Consumer Electronics Association as its annual guest to facilitate the launch of the latest technologies by more than 155,000 participants.
Image: The Las Vegas Strip in Nevada, US, is renowned for its concentration of resort hotels and casinos. Photo: courtesy of EconomicOldenburger – Alles über den Las Vegas Strip.