Testimonials

The telecommunications department of Texas A&M conducted testing of the INcomm system’s performance within the Mitchell Institute. Dr. Walt Magnussen, the school’s director of telecommunications said, “Our testing demonstrated that the INcomm system met the design specifications that ensure there is minimal probability of dropping or missing a cellular call.

The INcomm DAS was installed in a few days, and unlike a traditional DAS, the INcomm system requires minimal space and can run on power from a typical 120 volt electrical outlet. In our case, to ensure continued service in the event of a prolonged outage, the DAS is fed by our DC electrical system.”

Dear David, I am writing to thank you for the work that your company did on the installation of the DAS at Wise Regional Health System’s West Campus Hospital. The system which covers 74,000 square feet was completed in three days, and the...
Wise Regional Health System
Walt Magnussen, director of telecommunications at Texas A&M University, discusses his school’s experience with Whoop Wireless from Chris Malcolm on Vimeo.   College Station, TX – July 18, 2013 - Texas A&M University, like...
Texas A&M
Key comments on INcomm are between minutes 45 and 50 of the video.
Texas Christian University ACUTA
Dear Rich, Thanks so much for your team’s work in completing the installation of the distributed antenna system (DAS) at our facility. As you know, our building is an energy efficient structure with “Low-E” glass which reflects sunlight as well as...
Facchina Construction of Florida
Walt Magnussen, director of telecommunications at Texas A&M University, discusses his school’s experience with Whoop Wireless from Chris Malcolm on Vimeo. The telecommunications department of Texas A&M conducted testing of the...
Texas A&M - Director of Telecom