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  • ICS Repeater - No worry for self-oscillation problem
    ICS Repeater - No worry for self-oscillation problem

    As we know, RF Repeaters have a common problem: the unwanted interference will lower the repeater’s achievable gain. But this problem can be well solved by the ICS Repeater.

    2019-09-29
  • Should you select an Analog or a Digital Repeater?
    Should you select an Analog or a Digital Repeater?

    Analog and Digital Repeater are both used to enhance network coverage on the signal weak or blind areas. However, which one of them is suitable for your case? We need to start getting familiar with these two signal.

    2019-09-10
  • What is ACTION Multi-Band Active DAS?
    What is ACTION Multi-Band Active DAS?

    ACTION Multi-Band Active DAS is a kind of device that design to solve the problems of weak mobile signal in the place where is far away from the Base Transceiver Station (BTS) and has fiber optic cable network underground...

    2019-08-26
  • The advantages of repeaters compared to base stations
    The advantages of repeaters compared to base stations

    In terms of coverage area, an omnidirectional base station (GSM/2G) built on the plain can cover an area with radius of 10 km, while an omnidirectional repeater can reach a radius of 4 km. Generally speaking, six repeaters can achieve equivalent effect as one base station,

    2019-07-23
  • How to improve coverage skillfully with a TMA?
    How to improve coverage skillfully with a TMA?

    TMA is usually applied when unbalanced links existing in communication systems, where one link is weaker than the other; meanwhile, the distance between the neighboring BTSs is too far to make up the loss. Therefore, mobile phones will constantly be out of service within the area as their uplink signals are not able to be identified by the BTS.

    2019-07-19
  • What is MIMO Antenna?
    What is MIMO Antenna?

    MIMO (multiple inputs, multiple outputs) is an antenna technology for wireless communications in which multiple antennas are used at both the source (transmitter) and the destination (receiver). The MIMO antenna has two or more antennas in a single unit.

    2019-07-16
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