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3rd January 2006 at 22:54 #43615SomaliGuest
Do anybody have used Passive repeaters before? and in what conditions can i use them?4th January 2006 at 13:59 #43616patrickGuest
You can use for shop (mobile phone shop), compagny, …
Everywhere where you need little more network.
With a passive repeater, you can win 20dbm.
But be carreful, passive repeater don’t repeat GPRS or UMTS trame.
(I don’t know passive repeater which do this)5th January 2006 at 04:52 #43617SomaliGuest
thanks for your answer,I don’t mean that kind of passive repeaters? do you know about the passive repeaters used in microwave links/networks. I think you know it as reflectors, they reflect the signal towards the destination you want and it doesn’t need any electricity. It is just a plain board fixed on a tower. Any idea in which situations it is used?9th January 2006 at 12:26 #43618PatrickGuest
We use the repeater like this.9th January 2006 at 12:38 #43619AbdelGuest
Yes I know that kind of repeaters, it is usually used in where the signal is weak in mobile networks, i don’t know if they are called passive repeaters, but the one I am talking about is used in microwave tranmissions? any idea
Regards9th January 2006 at 14:52 #43620PatrickGuest
I thought that it was this repeater.
sorry, good luck.22nd February 2006 at 20:51 #43621wim maesGuest
hi somali, the repeaters you mean is like 2 dishes with a wavegide between. this you install on a location between two sites that have LOS problems but you need a link. i did this in austria to go awround a mountain.