Winter 2009 ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs

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Campus Distributed Antenna System

Time 02/03/09 10:50AM-11:10AM

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Session Abstract

As fixed mobile convergence (FMC) becomes a reality we need to prepare our campuses. Two major advances are making FMC a reality, one being the adoption of the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) by carriers and the other the deployment of distributed antenna systems (DAS) which let us use our fiber infrastructure to allow carriers to enhance services on our campuses and elsewhere. This session will discuss the DAS deployment at Texas A&M University in terms of benefits to our students, faculty, staff and visitors on campus.

Speakers

Speaker Walt Magnussen Texas A&M University

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) at TAMU (pdf)

Speaker Fred Ellefson ADVA Optical Networking

Speaker Walt Magnussen Texas A&M University

Session Media

media item thumbnail Campus Distributed Antenna System Netcast Archive As fixed mobile convergence (FMC) becomes a reality we need to prepare our campuses. Two major advances are making FMC a reality, one being the adoption of the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) by carriers and the other the deployment of distributed antenna systems (DAS) which let us use our fiber infrastructure to allow carriers to enhance services on our campuses and elsewhere. This session will discuss the DAS deployment at Texas A&M University in terms of benefits to our students, faculty, staff and visitors on campus. media item thumbnail Campus Distributed Antenna System Netcast Archive As fixed mobile convergence (FMC) becomes a reality we need to prepare our campuses. Two major advances are making FMC a reality, one being the adoption of the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) by carriers and the other the deployment of distributed antenna systems (DAS) which let us use our fiber infrastructure to allow carriers to enhance services on our campuses and elsewhere. This session will discuss the DAS deployment at Texas A&M University in terms of benefits to our students, faculty, staff and visitors on campus.