TE Connectivity provides tech upgrades for MLB All-Star Game

CINCINNATI — TE Connectivity has upgraded the technology at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati leading up to the MLB All-Star Game on July 14.

DAS equipment will deliver 2100 AWS frequencies throughout the 44,000-seat stadium in downtown Cincinnati, and will leverage the CPRI Digital Interface Unit (CDIU) to save roughly 50 percent on the cost of deployment for the new system compared to other DAS installations.

The DAS solutions were originally selected for Great American Ball Park in 2011, when the system supported 15 sectors of 850 and 1900 UMTS and 700 LTE MIMO services at the stadium. Over the years, the growth of mobile video usage dictated a capacity upgrade, and service was also extended to coverage in the stadium parking areas.

Source: PR Newswire

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