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Signal Repeater

31st August 2014, 03:43 AM   |  #1  
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Ok just to start off we all know that verizon has a crappy signal booster, which intern requires internet, so that tells us that it is not actually a signal booster rather a wifi calling. So I have choppy internet, it is fast enough and has decent QOS but sometimes it cuts out because it is being beamed to me from about 5 miles away. So I need a repeater, there is signal but it comes and goes and I just need voice since I have internet. Will this work?

Overview:
The repeater works with two antennas (included in the kit). One is the indoor antenna which communicates with your cell phone or laptop data card, and another one is the outdoor antenna which communicates with the cell tower.

When the indoor antenna receives the signal from your cell phone or data card, the booster amplifies the signal and transmits it through the cable to outdoor antenna and then to the cell tower. And the better the outside signal, the more coverage the indoor antenna can create.

The miniature repeater with its unique compact, light weight, easy installation, small interference on the network, the reliability and stability of the unique advan-tages, has been widely, especially suitable for the modern city building area indoor coverage. The miniature repeater is mainly used in office buildings, shop-ping malls, large underground parking field, exhibition center, workshop. Signal using a small power cover-age within building will be more uniform, reduce the cost of inputs.

Outdoor Yagi antenna receives the downlink signal from the base Station, and the mini wattage repeater amplifies the signal. The indoor retransmission antenna will transmits signal, covering user's home or office. Uplink signals from mobile phones is transmitted to repeater via retransmitting antenna, upon the uplink low noise amplification, the signal is transmitted to the base station through donor end.

Specifications:
Frequency Range 824-849MHz (Up Link); 869-894MHz (Down Link)
Max Output Power 2.0W
Repeater Gain 80 dB
Outdoor Yagi Antenna Gain Max. 11 dB
Indoor Wall Antenna Gain Max. 8 dB
Repeater Coverage Up to 200 Mē
Impedance 50 ohms
Connector F female connector
Input Power AC 110V - 220V, 50Hz - 60Hz
Working Temperature -15℃~55℃
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