Two-Way Repeater Expans Coverage of Broadband Wireless System

Cable AML has delivered a bidirectional (two-way) repeater designed to extend service to a “shadow” area within the main beam of an MMDS system that simultaneously broadcasts one-way multi-channel video and provides two-way data service.

Cable AML’s model IAR02-030 on-frequency, active, bi-directional repeater allows extension of coverage to areas not illuminated by the main antenna. Systems originally designed in a macro-cell configuration for multi-channel video distribution (MMDS) service often have pockets of subscribers which can not receive signals due to line-of-sight blockage from natural or man-made obstacles and/or topographic features such as mountains or depressions. Cable AML’s two-way repeaters are designed to extend the reach of these systems to simultaneously provide multi-channel video and two-way data coverage.

The repeater was installed to illuminate the area near downtown Asuncion (Paraguay). The area includes most of the central business district, and it has a relatively low density of TV subscribers but a high-density of two-way data subscribers. Cable AML’s repeater is a viable and cost-efficient approach to extending two-way data service to a high yield area.

The repeater, model IAR02-030, is a bi-directional, broadband, multi-carrier active repeater designed to operate upstream in the 2.150 to 2.162 GHz band and downstream in the 2.5 to 2.7 GHz band. Other models with higher power levels and at other frequency bands are available.


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