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connect two antennas with the splitter

  • This topic has 3 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 11 years ago by Firas.
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  • #60597 Reply
    Rex
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    Hi,
    if we connect two antennas in a micro BTS through splitter, would we face any problem with that? Anyone tried something like that?
    Best regards,
    Rex

    #60598 Reply
    Pix
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    No problem, you just loose between 3 and 4dB of power output…
    Splitter + MicroBTS is a typical solution for indoor coverage.

    #60599 Reply
    Rex
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    Hi Pix,
    Yes, exactly for indoor coverage we need it.
    Thanks for your prompt answer.
    BR,

    #60600 Reply
    Firas
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    some times we use it even in outdoor antennas when we need to use the same capacity of one cell and split it into 2 antennas into 2 different directions especially if we don’t need to add new TRUs for a new defined cell

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