RF Cellular Repeater Series – SHORT CATALOG
RF Cellular Repeater
Dual Band Cellular Repeater
Digital ICS Repeater
Frequency Shift Repeater
Fiber Optic Repeater
Digital Fiber Optic Repeater
- RF Cellular Repeater
This wireless system is designed to resolve the problems of the low mobile signal of the GSM, CDMA, IDEN, 3G, UMTS, LTE cellular network, which is a great deal cheaper than adding a new base station (BTS).
- Dual Band Cellular Repeater
The system can operate on two wireless cellular systems simultaneously such as GSM, CDMA, IDEN, 3G, UMTS, LTE. It seamlessly amplifies the wireless signal of two systems respectively between the BTS (Base Transceiver Station) and the cell phones.
- Digital Repeater
This is a new kind of equipment that is embracing DSP (Digital Signal Processing) technology based on the FPGA platform, the highly linear components and the innovative and unmatched DSP filtration provide a high level of performance.
- Digital ICS Repeater
This is a new kind of equipment that can auto-detect and cancel the interference signal caused by the fluctuation of RF feedback between the donor antennas and the services in real time by adopting DSP (Digital Signal Processing) technology.
- Frequency Shift Repeater
The system is designed to resolve weak mobile signal problems, which can extend range and reduce investment for areas where dedicated fiber or cable is not allowed. This system (FSR) consists of two parts: The Donor Unit and the Remote Unit.
- Fiber Optic Repeater
This system is designed to resolve weak mobile signal problems at the location far from the Base Station (BTS) and has a subway fiber optic cable network. The system consists of two parts: The Donor Unit and the Remote Unit.
- Digital Fiber Optic Repeater
This Digital Fiber Optic Repeater is designed to resolve problems of low mobile cellular signal where it is far from the Base Station (BTS) and has a subway fiber optic cable network based on DSP technology. The Digital Fiber Optic Repeater system consists of two parts: Donor Unit and Remote Unit.