We Design DAS
Our industry-leading reputation for designing carrier grade in-building cellular systems is a cut above the rest.Learn More
We Build DAS
Our in-house DAS installation team is amongst the most qualified and experienced in the nation.Learn More
We Test DAS
We can test and validate existing DAS Ssystems to nsure they are fine-tuned to get the best performance possible.Learn More
Great cellular coverage doesn’t just happen.
To ensure excellent cellular coverage and data capacity for smart phones and IoT devices, dedicated in-building infrastructure known as Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) deliver a dedicated network of antennas that amplify cellular signal throughout a facility.
Distributed Antenna Systems are highly scalable and can be designed for almost any type of building and outdoor spaces.
We Install DASOur in-house DAS installation team is amongst the most qualified and experienced in the nation. We’ve installed more than 60 DAS solutions used by carriers including Telstra, Optus, Vodafone and the NSW Telco Authority for GRN (Government Radio Network) systems
- Cat 6, Cat 6A, Cat 7 Systems and beyond
- All types of RF Feeder Cables (4-50, 5-50, 7-50 and beyond)
- Leaky Feeder systems
- Connector terminations (all types)
- Head-End equipment solutions and rectifier units
- Base-stations and POIs
- Integrations, Commissioning and De-commissioning
Carrier ReadyOur designs and installations are built to meet carriers requirements.
Don't get caught out with a sub-standard solution that does'nt meet carrier requirements.
Comtex Designs and Builds DAS solutions from the ground up to meet to meet the requirements of the major telcos.
Testing & AnalytisComtex uses specialised techniques and tools to test and analyse thousands of measurements and use this to rectify any coverage issues.
- Full System Tests
- Preliminary and Post Install RF Walk Test
- RF Sweep Testing
- Passive Intermodulation (PIM) Testing
- Insertion Loss Testing
- Continuous Wave (CW) Walk Test
- Fibre Testing
- Repeater Isolation Testing