Cable AML has delivered the fourth generation design of a state-of-the-art two-way Broadband Repeater System operating in the 28 GHz band.The system is intended to extend the range of existing Base Station transceivers to areas of up to 1.5 km radius which are outside the coverage area of the Base Station due to line-of-sight blockage.
The two-way repeaters consist of a forward and a return module (Modules A and B, respectively), connected by cables so that they can be mounted, if required, away from each other, for example, on opposite sides in a building. This is to facilitate mounting in unobtrusive locations without incurring excessive feed-back between the transmit and receive antennas.
Each module performs as an integrated transceiver (transmitter and repeater) with separate signal paths for the downstream and upstream signals. In a typical application, downstream signals include digital TV and data carriers. Upstream signals are exclusively data carriers.
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