RFS unveils pioneering indoor cellular system

12 Mar 2009
00:00

Radio Frequency Systems (RFS) has unveiled its ClearFill Star, described as the world's first fully digital RF-over-Ethernet wireless indoor cellular coverage solution.

ClearFill Star uses a cost-efficient and digital IP-based approach that improves indoor wireless service by converting radio coverage into an IP-based Ethernet application, which RFS says enables the reduction of the total cost of ownership by up to 40% compared to other in-building solutions.

Also, the solution uses Cat 5e standard local area network cabling and switches which, when combined with a suitable Cat 5e network administration technology, enables carriers, enterprises and building owners to deploy ClearFill Star "simply and inexpensively."

Designed to complement the company's ClearFill suite of wireless indoor solutions, ClearFill Star offers carriers and enterprises access to a new set of options for harnessing and distributing RF signals inside buildings.

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