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  • Tampa Bay Convention Center and Raymond James Stadium

    Please join us as we walk you through two in-building wireless (DAS) installation project sites. The featured projects in this DAS case study video are the Tampa Convention Center and the Raymond James Stadium, home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

  • Athens Regional Medical Center

    Healthcare in-building wireless system


    Physicians, clinical and administrative staff demanded wireless coverage throughout facility for cellular voice, data and healthcare applications to support delivery of high-quality patient care services.


    • DAS network covers 500,000 ft2 to serve most of the buildings on campus; additional buildings to follow
    • DAS extends coverage most of the buildings and work areas including main hospital, emergency department and parking structures
    • 5-month deployment timeline
    • Service Providers: AT&T, Sprint and Verizon
  • Churchill Downs, Home of the Kentucky Derby

    Stadium and Arena in-building wireless system

    Customer Challenge:

    The Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks races bring in crowds of more than 250,000 each year. One of the most highly attended and televised events in the country, the owners wanted visitors to be able to share their race-day experiences by offering flawless cellular coverage and seamless capacity. The challenges posed in this project fell to preserving the historic nature of the facility, the sheer size and density of coverage needed to meet the wireless, and the tight project timeline prior to the Derby weekend.

    Connectivity's Solution:​

    • Sensitive design and aesthetic considerations in effort preserve the historic nature of the building
    • Installed a 51-sector DAS to provide extensive coverage throughout the facility, including infield, suites, luxury suites, six main floors and two sublevels
    • Designed using Corning equipment, 271 antennas and more than 1 million ft of fiber


    • Supported the record-breaking data demand at a single event of 5 terabytes to sere combined Derby and Oaks attendance of 290,000 peoples
    • Second largest system in the nation by sector count; covers 4.68 million
    • Installation and Optimization efforts were met on time for the 2015 race while maintaining excellent signal throughout the venue
    • AT&T and Verizon 4G and LTE coverage
  • One World Trade Center