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MIT has partnered with AT&T to build a neutral-host Distributed Antenna System (DAS) on the MIT campus. The DAS is a network of antenna nodes connected to a common radio frequency source via a transport medium that provides improved cellular coverage and capacity within a building.

The DAS is open to all wireless carriers. IS&T is continuously working with wireless carriers to make coverage and capacity improvements on campus.

View a campus map detailing carrier coverage per building.

Available To 
Students, Faculty, Staff, Affiliates

Benefits and key features

  • DAS-installed buildings have improved in-building cellular coverage and performance, in addition to improved AT&T wireless coverage.
  • Learn more about DAS in the Knowledge Base.

Requirements

  • HD Voice must be enabled when using Verizon’s VoLTE service.

Getting started

AT&T users: There's nothing else that you need to do to begin using the service.

Verizon users: Since Verizon is only providing LTE service, you'll need to enable HD voice.

Consider enabling Wi-Fi Calling on compatible devices – particularly in buildings where the DAS has not yet been installed.

Contact cell-feedback@mit.edu with questions.