A combiner couples multiple external antennas to 1 repeater.
This allows you to receive the maximum signal, per frequency, from different masts.
Example: you would use a combiner if the 3G signal comes from a mast in the west and the 900 MHz signal comes from a mast in the east.
The signals from the different external antennas are combined in the combiner and sent to the repeater.
The combiner has 3 antenna ports for 900, 1800 and 2100 MHz frequencies.
One external antenna per frequency can be connected to the combiner.
|Dimensions||225 x 190 x 40 mm|