DAS Systems

FCArchitects is able to successfully create complex and creative indoor and outdoor DAS solutions that meet our client’s goals

Public transportation


Providing reliable service for thousands of people at a live entertainment event is challenging, and it is a responsibility FCArchitects professionals are experienced in handling. We have worked with our clients to successfully design both temporary and permanent DAS systems, or a combination of both types, to meet the needs of our clients.

Metlife Stadium

Red Bull Arena

Prudential Center



As the world becomes more reliant on technology, staying connected becomes less of a novelty and more of a necessity. A 20+ building campus solution connected via fiber to main head end equipment room, building structures then becomes a challenge for the 50+ antennas and multiple remote locations. Fiber infrastructure becomes a key element to facilitate network integration. FCArchitects alleviates this need with its understanding of the inner workings of DAS equipment, it is this knowledge of the equipment that allows us to successfully create complex and creative indoor and outdoor DAS system solutions that meet our clients’ goals.

  • Montclair State University
  • Monmouth University
  • Stevens Institute of Technology
  • New Jersey Institute of Technology

Rutgers University

Monmouth University Head End

Montclair University

Stevens Institute of Technology

Public transportation

Providing coverage in very dense human hubs that are typically located underground or in large concrete buildings presents a challenge for antenna distribution and RF coverage. These facilities are limited in real estate and paths for utilities required to provide coverage.

  • PATH, NY and NJ
  • NYC Subway
  • NJ Transit


NYC Subway


Providing cellular service indoors is a traditional problem for cellular companies. Exterior walls obstruct the path of traditional cellular transmissions, preventing connection to the grid. In-building systems are a cheaper way to provide service indoors, using nodes and Ethernet connections. These systems allow building managers a greater level of control over service placement and can help off-load capacity from a traditional macro system.

  • Hospitals
  • Office Buildings
  • Warehouses
  • Public Buildings