Tuesday, February 18, 2014

AT&T finishes network cell expansion at Disney Parks

AT&T has finished its network improvement at Disneyland and Disney World using a variety of small antennas.

After taking over as The Official Wireless Sponsor for Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort AT&T announced its plan to expand its network. And it has, by using a variety of ways which are designed to blend "seamlessly into the aesthetics of the Disney Parks and Resorts, their impact has been easy to see," according to the AT&T blog.

"For the first time ever, we deployed outdoor Distributed Antenna Systems (oDAS) and indoor DAS (iDAS), repeaters and small cells on a large scale at one location," the blog states.

AT&T has also stated that its engineers have found where the small cells have been placed there has been more than a "10x increase in mobile voice and data traffic."

To get this done AT&T deployed more than 350 small cells, 25 DAS systems and 40 repeaters at all of the Disney properties in the U.S.

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