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InBuilding Wireless

Private Wireless LTE


Private Long-Term Evolution (LTE) is a cellular wireless network operated solely for the benefit of an organization, such as a utility, factory, police department, and school campus. Users are only allowed access to the network if they are authorized by the organization.


Consider setting up your own "private" cellular network inside your office, or on campus without the public's knowledge. An organization determines where coverage will be provided, how the network will perform, and who has access. Public LTE networks, such as Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint, are available to anyone willing to pay a monthly fee.

Some industries that can benefit from private LTE include oil and gas companies that need secure and reliable communication in remote locations. In addition, manufacturing plants that require real-time monitoring and control of their operations, and healthcare facilities that need to ensure patient privacy and security. Additionally, public safety organizations like police departments and fire departments can greatly benefit from private LTE networks to enhance their communication and response capabilities. 


Private Wireless can improve wireless device connectivity in your uncarpeted enterprise 


Wireless connectivity challenges in uncarpeted enterprise include:


Spotty wireless coverage

Unreliable connectivity causes delays in gathering and transmitting data, often resulting in a loss of productivity. Wireless signal strength is patchy around temporary storage across sites.


Unreliable Quality of Service (QoS)

Wi-Fi is unable to guarantee throughput and latency levels for business-critical applications.


Mobility issues

The constant movement of personnel and equipment across a large area requires endpoints to move from one access point to another. As devices on the Wi-Fi network scan and connect to the nearest access point, connections often drop in motion. As a result, some applications constantly disconnect in this environment leading to a poor user experience and significant drops in productivity.


Total cost of operations (TCO)

To cover the footprint of large outdoor and indoor semi-industrial environments, Wi-Fi requires many access points. Significant engineering resources are needed to undertake complex mesh deployments and install new cabling to connect the access points.

Overall, this leads to an extremely high total cost of ownership.

Future applications

Applications such as autonomous guided vehicles (AGV), high-def video surveillance, and automated gate check-in/exit of vehicles all require a far more reliable and consistent wireless link than Wi-Fi can deliver.


Private Wireless Services



Planning services

Milewire Networks planning services provide strategic advice and insight through the assessment of the campus environment to facilitate decision making for achieving a highly reliable, low latency, fully secured private 5G enterprise.

  • Private enterprise 5G assessment and strategy

  • Site survey and high-level radio design

  • Private LTE/5G conceptual architecture

  • Spectrum recommendations

  • Roadmap and transition plan with budgetary cost

  • Network assessment and strategy


Deployment services

Implementation services offer design and build services for private 5G networks paired with enterprise-grade security and management of devices.

  • Radio installation, configuration, and provisioning

  • Device provisioning (subscriber identity module)

  • Edge infrastructure implementation and provisioning

  • Edge cloud installation and commissioning


Managed services

Managed services platform integrates with private LTE/5G platform to provide holistic remote network operations and management. It provides standard service levels and delivery model for remote management across global locations with integrated systems and service management tools and dashboard bringing actionable insights through analytics for troubleshooting, dynamic thresholds, and anomaly detections.

  • Continuous monitoring, operations, and software updates

  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning powered dashboard with integrated analytics

  • Subscriber identity module and quality of service management

  • Edge analytics and reporting

  • Technical support and training for self-management




Emergency communication wireless infrastructure. Facilitating connection when you need it most.

Emergency communication is vital for public safety professionals who are first on the scene during a crisis. It is critical for first responders to have access to radio communications wherever they are, including inside buildings.

  • Are you in compliance with codes and regulations for public safety DAS?

  • Do you have a distributed antenna system installed strictly for use by first responders?

  • Are you confident you can communicate in your building during an emergency?

Public Safety DAS provides wireless service via an antenna system to ensure that first responders can maintain wireless communications during emergencies. Almost every city and county in the US has enacted local ordinances and codes making in-building coverage for first responders mandatory. 


Make sure you're building ready for any emergency before disaster strikes with Milewire Networks dedicated public safety DAS team of certified experts. 

FirstNet Ready

Milewire Networks engineers design systems to provide an in-building DAS that will meet both the existing public safety communication regulations and allow customers to prepare for future mandates and nationwide network deployments for emergency and disaster preparedness communications.

Among these is the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet), a government mandated agency established to implement the deployment and operation of a common nationwide public safety broadband network for local and federal first responders and other public safety personnel. 

Milewire Networks team of professional designers, engineers, project managers and service/installation technicians will work with manufacturing partners to engineer and deliver a Public Safety DAS that not only meets government mandated requirements – but is right for you.

Public Safety DAS

Public Safety DAS

Cellular Distributed Antenna System

A Cellular Distributed Antenna System, or Cellular DAS, is a network of antennas connected to a common source that provides expanded or enhanced indoor wireless signals within a structure.  


Why is DAS needed?


DAS helps improve cellular coverage and signal strength in areas where the signal may be weak or inconsistent. Building materials and other factors cause some buildings to receive poor indoor signal coverage, from outdoor Cell Towers. DAS solves this problem.

Poor wireless coverage is not only an inconvenience; but potentially a public safety hazard.


​Beyond coverage issues, capacity & data throughput are the other high-demand requirements for in-building mobile users. In high density buildings such as hospitals, airports, stadiums, and convention centers, the demand for additional capacity increases.  DAS provides the solution for these capacity issues by increasing signal strength and performance indoors.

Our DAS Process

  • RF Acceptance Testing

  • Site Survey

  • Benchmark RF Testing

  • Define System Requirements

  • Carrier Coordination

  • DAS Optimization

  • DAS Commissioning

  • Custom Installation

  • Custom iBwave Design

  • As-Built Drawings & Closeout Package

  • Remote

  • Monitoring

  • Maintenance

Cellular  DAS

Indoor Wireless
Cellular DAS

Smart Wireless Solutions

Building Strong Foundations

NMSDC Certified
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