Our Spectrum Conditioning Solution leverages Goodman Networks’ engineering expertise to enhance wireless network capacity by eliminating in-band interference. We identify opportunities to implement dynamic noise reduction hardware as a cost-effective means to improve network performance.


With today's wireless networks already strained by exponential growth in usage of data-intensive applications and devices, wireless carriers can ill afford to have their networks operating at anything less than peak performance.  Meanwhile, spectrum interference often degrades network performance where it is needed most, causing excessive dropped call rates, reduced data transfer rates and lower customer satisfaction in high-traffic environments.

Goodman Networks' Spectrum Conditioning Solution helps wireless network operators improve network speed and optimize capacity by proactively mitigating interference.  We have found Spectrum Conditioning to be particularly effective in dense urban areas, DAS venues and coastal regions.  We implement the solution in two phases:

  • First, we test the network and analyze the results to determine if and where an opportunity exists to improve network performance by installing noise reduction hardware.
  • Second, we install and integrate the selected dynamic noise reduction components.  We then retest the network to ensure that the installed hardware is achieving the desired benefits.

Whether a service provider is experiencing excessive dropped call rates, call failures, or is planning for high density special events, our Spectrum Conditioning Solution can significantly improve the end user experience. As with all of our solutions, we stand ready to execute Spectrum Conditioning programs on a large scale anywhere in the country, leveraging our nationwide team of telecommunication professionals, our logistics management infrastructure, and our project management processes and tools.

Customer Challenges

  • In-band interference degrades network performance and causes reduced subscriber satisfaction in high-profile locations
  • The traditional method of interference mitigation, inline static filters with drive testing, is not entirely effective.