With a foundation of 25 of years providing the highest quality engineering and technical services to industries that expect and demand nothing less than 100% availability, Capital Communications is equipped and positioned to provide that same level of high quality and reliability to industries and markets that demand the same.
A Distributed Antenna System, or DAS, is a network of spatially separated antenna nodes connected to a common source via a transport medium that provides wireless service within a geographic area or structure. DAS antenna elevations are generally at or below the clutter level and node installations are compact. A distributed antenna system may be deployed indoors (an iDAS) or outdoors (an oDAS).
DAS is a way to deal with isolated spots of poor coverage inside a large building by installing a network of relatively small antennas.
The educational industry is paramount to the future in a multitude of ways. Creating an environment where students and faculty can safely share information and do so efficiently is just one of the ways telecommunications becomes integral to campus life. Developing a network where students can access Wi-Fi is essential; as is the need for a safe campus. With these advances comes the increased demand for an approach that creates synergy among a range of people, services and devices.
Government agencies rely on communications heavily in daily operations and especially during any disaster challenges; natural or otherwise. Homeland security requires a higher level of network solutions and applications that are civic centered. Capital Communications can help with safety, transport, utilities, planning and security concepts aiding with effective responses to many crises.
Homeland Security is an industry covering a variety of transportation across borders, different utilities and public spaces in need of protection from the possibility of national threats. To keep critical infrastructures secure against challenges whether they are natural or not is imperative to keeping structure. For this reason government agencies rely heavily on telecommunications including HD video surveillance.
The hospitality industry is a large one; several billion dollars strong and growing. It is comprised of a wide range of services including; cruise lines, theme parks, restaurants, lodging, event planning and transportation. Each can present unique challenges in many areas of telecommunications. Wireless access for a wide range of devices will be paramount along with a plan for building and environmental control integration. Large in-house staff creates a demand for communications and HD video surveillance can help insure everyone has a pleasant and safe experience.
There is a steady growth of alternative energies and subsequently a higher level of enforced regulations for security measures necessary for these industries to follow. In order to keep up with these guidelines as well as technological advancements, many industries in the energy field are turning to professional services.
Creating clear, high quality communications across the globe is an industry that has 2.7 trillion dollars in projected revenue for 2013. It is comprised of organizations presenting solutions to a wide variety of carriers and service providers through the transition from traditional voice, video and data to leading edge IP based Telemedia and Mobile Media services. The telecommunication industry is there to create synergistic and seamless support of all communication needs.
The transportation industry is not immune to the lightning fast changes that technology is bringing to communications and data services. With the world becoming increasingly connected there is an every-growing need to keep track of deliveries, transports, departures and arrivals. Efficiency with data sharing, mapping locations and changing delivery needs can all be processed with the right networking capabilities.