Distributed Antenna System offers state-of-the-art wireless experience for outdoor enthusiasts at Copper Mountain

Whether curled up by the fire or out shredding the bunny slope, staying connected during a ski vacation is a necessity. While mobile devices are important for sharing snowy moments with friends, they also serve as a primary tool and vital lifeline in the event of an accident or emergency.

In a rare opportunity, AT&T offered media a look behind the curtain at the new Distributed Antenna System (DAS) at Copper Mountain Resort. The tour put a face on the technologies we depend on everywhere we go. The tour included a behind-the-scenes look at Union Creek Schoolhouse, American Eagle Lift Shack and Copper Station. Some key highlights of the project include:

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DAS technology camouflaged to blend in with natural environment.

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AT&T-owned DAS covers Burning Stones, East and West Villages at Copper Mountain.

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More than 2 miles of fiber optic cabling installed throughout resort.

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Seven antennas hidden on ski lifts, behind secret doors, and inside discreet domes.

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Wireless coverage equal to one full cell site.

Media coverage was extensive, here are the highlights:

WCBS4, 6PM, April 6 — Denver (starts at 8:13 mark)

NBC Denver, Noon, April 12

NBC Denver, 4PM, April 12

NBC Denver, 9:30PM, April 12

Mobile Sports Report, April 25

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