Indoor Networks



Our Indoor Distributed Networks provide a high quality mobile experience across a variety of venues including Retail, Sports & Leisure, Business & Commercial, Transport, Hospitality, Healthcare and Education.

At each venue WIG designs, builds and manages a single, shared infrastructure platform that supports all of the UK mobile operators. We enable their subscribers to receive the best possible service across all technologies including 2G, 3G & 4G. WIG now leads the UK market for the deployment of such systems.

With the majority of mobile traffic (voice and data) originating indoors, mobile device users are increasingly dependent on dedicated networks for work and leisure. Increasing indoor wireless utility through our Indoor Distributed Networks enables users to make calls, text, send and receive email, access the internet and use social media.

Our Indoor Distributed Networks are delivered using a range of small cell technologies and, like all of our infrastructure, are built on a shared basis connecting multiple mobile operators with millions of end users.

Independent Dedicated Solution
Supporting multiple mobile network operators Providing universal coverage and sized to deal with peak capacity
Approved Solution Effective Economics
Certified and utilised by all of the UK mobile operators Deployment through WIGs unique commercial approach
Speed to Market Scalable & Extendable
Allowing venue to benefit from a shared solution on day one Ensuring the network grows with the venue

To learn more about how we can help you to deliver a high quality mobile service at your venue then please contact us.


Indoor Network – Technical Overview


Houses the indoor distributed network control equipment and MNO base stations. The MER also hosts MNO backhaul circuits which enable voice and data traffic to be routed to and from the shared network back to the operators’ core networks.
High bandwidth link between the MER and the Remote Units enabling efficient upgrade and expansion of the network during its lifecycle.
Final transmission components which deliver coverage and capacity to end users of MNOs connected to the network.
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