Remote Wireless Infrastructure

Case Studies

Industry: Large Commercial Office Buildings
Products: Cellular Repeaters / Indoor Distributed Antenna  System (DAS)
Region Phoenix, Arizona



The Arizona Department of Administration (ADOA) is the administrative and business operations hub of Arizona’s state government providing various services. Due to poor indoor RF signals, ADOA contacted Rfwel for an in-building cellular signal improvement in their two 6- story buildings in downtown Phoenix.


Rfwel’s Indoor Coverage experts conducted a detailed survey that included obtaining cell tower signal readings at the rooftop and multiple locations inside the buildings to determine the required indoor coverage solution. The degraded RF signals within the building were largely due to the buildings built to LEED certification standards (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) - the building materials and construction, including brick, block, steel, concrete, and windows that block UV Light, were more energy-efficient which reduced indoor cellular coverage. 

Industry: Telecommunication
Products: Multi-WAN routers, 4G/5G LTE Modems, Cellular and Wi-Fi Antennas, Cable systems
Region Various homes in the US



Our client needed to improve performance of their home connections using two wired connections and a cellular connection. These connections would need to be load balanced and certain criterion on the connections be met. For instance, the multi-WAN router would need to limit the cellular connection to certain limit on the BW and set different outbound rules on how connectivity will utilize the WAN connections in terms of priority, or weighted balance.

The setup includes a multi-WAN router capable of load balancing and failover, 1 or 2 wired WAN connections, and a cellular connection.


Industry: Public Transport
Products: High performance WWAN routers, EVDO modems, Point-to-Point Wireless bridges, Celluar & 5GHz antennas, cable systems.
Region: U.S.A, Mesa, AZ



The City of Mesa in partnership with Arizona's Valley Metro needed to integrate a remote wireless communication system for a dynamic messaging system for the newly construction Main Street Bus Rapid Transport system.

System includes 3G WWAN systems for remote dynamic messaging system monitoring/control and Point-to-Point (PtP) links as alternative for copper/fiber for cross-link communication.

Industry: Large Outdoor Event
Products: Outdoor wireless PtMp radios, WWAN routers & 3G Cellular modems, LAN equipment.
Region U.S.A, Ossipee Valley - Hiram, ME



Up North Productions Inc. was interested to obtain an economical, reliable and high performance temporary WiFi hotspot and LAN network for their upcoming production. The WiFi hotspot was to cover various zones in the sprawling 5 acre fairground and campsite and to enable Internet connectivity of various ATM, Ticket Scanners, vendor booths & box offices at several venue entrances as well office equipment. The three day music and arts festival approximately was expected to attract five thousand attendees.