Untitled - Wilson Amplifiers

Untitled - Wilson Amplifiers
8.Connect the Home 4G to a surge
protected AC power strip with at least a
1000 Joule rating. If your Home 4G is
working correctly, the lights will be green.
Installation Options
utside Pole Mount Option
O
(Best Option)
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1.Select a location on the roof where the
Outside Antenna can be mounted on a
pole maintaining at least 20 feet of vertical
or horizontal separation from the inside
Desktop Antenna.
If the lights are orange or red, see the
“Troubleshooting” section on page 10.
Place the desktop signal
antenna directly beneath the
placement of the Outside
Antenna location
NOTE:
Modern energy efficient dual-pane
windows with coatings will weaken
the cellular signals as they pass
through because of a metal oxide
film applied during manufacturing.
If you have dual-pane windows with
energy efficient coatings, we recommend one of the other mounting
options if your performance is not
to your satisfaction.
At least 20 feet of vertical
or horizontal separation
from the desktop antenna
is needed
2.Find an existing pole or obtain a
pole of 1 to 2 inches in diameter.
Mounting hardware to attach the pole
to the roof can be purchased from a
hardware store or you can purchase a
weBoost’s pole mount accessory kit,
part #901117. Install the pole in the
desired location.
3.Using the hardware in Packet A, slide
both brackets onto U-bolt. Tighten nut
& washers set onto U-bolt.
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Rafter Mount Option
Additional Considerations
1.Select a location in the building’s rafters
where the Outside Antenna can be
mounted directly above the Desktop
Antenna with at least 20 feet vertical
or horizontal separation. The location
should allow you to mount the Outside
Antenna roughly in the direction of the
strongest cellular signal.
Whichever installation you choose,
keep the following guidelines in mind to
maximize your signal strength:
Mount in the
general direction
of the strongest
cellular signal
1.Always turn the Outside Antenna so the
weBoost logo is toward the strongest
cellular signal. The strength of the
signal at the Desktop Antenna (and
therefore, how far it will transmit a signal)
is dependent upon the signal strength
at the Outside Antenna. Be sure to
maximize the strength at the Outside
Antenna.
Rotate in small
increments
Mount at least
20 feet apart
2.Mount the Outside Antenna bracket
to the rafter using the four screws and
four washers provided in Packet B
(pre-drill if necessary).
2.Maintain a distance of at least 20 feet
from the Outside Antenna to the Home
4G unit.
Minimum separation
of 20 feet
3.Connect the supplied coax cable to
the antenna lead cable on the Outside
Antenna.
If possible, place the Desktop
Signal Antenna directly beneath the
placement of the Outside Antenna
location. This creates a maximized
signal zone within the room where the
Desktop Antenna remains.
Place the desktop signal
antenna directly beneath the
placement of the Outside
Antenna location
4.Route the cable as desired to the
location of the Home 4G. If you need
to connect both coax cables, use the
Cable Connector provided.
At least 20 feet of vertical
or horizontal separation
from the desktop antenna
is needed
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What’s the difference between the 800 MHz
and the 1900 MHz bands? How do I know
which MHz band my cell phone uses?
4.If more separation is not possible and
the coverage of the booster is too
small with a green/red blinking light
indicating reduced gain, contact the
weBoost Customer Support Team for
assistance: 866-294-1660.
The Home 4G works wi h all major North
American cellular providers on the 800 & 1900
MHz frequencies. Tradi ionally, 800/1900MHz are
associated with voice and 3G data; while 700MHz
and 1700/2100MHz are associated with 4G data.
Fixing Orange Light Issues
If one or more lights on the Signal Booster
are orange:
1.Move the Outside Antenna away from
the strongest cellular signal in small
increments until the light turns green
or green/orange blinking.
2.If the light remains orange, or if the
green/orange blinking light indicating
reduced gain is not providing enough
coverage area, contact the weBoost
Customer Support Team for assistance:
866-294-1660.
Lights Off
If one or more of the lights on the Signal
Booster are off verify power to your surge
protected power strip.
Why do I need to maintain at least 20 feet of
separation, but no more than 50 feet? OR Why
do I need to create so much distance between
the antennas?
Antennas connected to a booster create a sphere
of signal. When these sphere’s overlap, a
condition called oscillation occurs. This oscilla ion
can be thought of as noise, which causes the
booster to shut down to prevent damage from
occurring. The best way to keep these spheres of
signal from creating noise is to maintain separation
between your inside and Outside Antennas.
However – as any cable has loss, we recommend
that you try to minimize the total separa ion to keep
within he range of 20-50 feet.
Carrier Frequency Use
We recommend visiting www.wirelessadvisor.com
(United States) or http://bit.ly/1mQf2Gl (Canada)
for information regarding the frequency band
used by your cell service provider in a specific
geographical location.
NOTE: The Signal Booster can be reset by
disconnecting and reconnecting the power
supply.
For additional descriptions on
troubleshooting, see the install video at
weboost.com/us/home4Gvideo.
Additional FAQ:
What hours can I contact customer support?
Customer Support can be reached from 7:00am
to 6:00pm MST, by calling (866-294-1660), or by
email, at [email protected]
How does weather affect the performance of
my Outside Antenna?
Water vapor (e.g. rain, fog, snow or other
precipitation) creates an effective filter to cellular
signal. In times of heavy precipitation, you may
see less performance.
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ENGLISH
3.Follow the same steps for a green/red
blinking light until the light goes solid
green.
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Inside Antenna Expansion Kit
Kit 309900-50N
• 2 - Wall Panel antennas
• 1 - 50 ohm 3-Way Splitter
Kit 309905-50N
• 3 - Wall Panel Antennas
• 3 - 2-Way 50 Ohm Splitters
Kit 309902-75F
• 2 - Wall Panel Antennas
• 1 - 3-Way 75Ohm Splitter
50 Ohm Outside Antenna Kits
Kit 309903-75F
• 3 - Wall Panel Antennas
• 3 - 2-Way 75Ohm Splitters
Kit 309904-75F
• 1 - Wall Panel Antenna
• 1 - 2-Way 75 Ohm Splitter
Inside Antenna Kits
Kit 301121-40010
• 50 Ohm Dome Antenna
• 10’ LMR400
Kit 311135-40060
• 50 Ohm Wall Panel Antenna
• 60’ LMR400
Kit 301151-0610
• 75 Ohm Dome Antenna
• 10’ RG6 Cable
Kit 311135-5820
• 50 Ohm Wall mount Panel Antenna
• 20’ RG58 Cable
Kit 301151-1110
• 75 Ohm Dome Antenna
• 10’ RG11 cable
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Kit 311155-1150
• 75 Ohm Wall mount Panel Antenna
• 50’ RG11 Cable
Kit 301211
• Desktop Antenna w/ 5’ RG174
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Kit 314453-5825
• 50 Ohm Pole Mount Panel Antenna
• 25’ RG58 Cable
Kit 314411-5825
• 50 Ohm Wide Band Direc ional
• 25’ RG58 Cable
Kit 301111-5850
• Yagi Directional Antenna
• 50’ RG58 Cable
Kit 311129-5840
• 8000 MHz Yagi Directional
• 40’ RG58 Cable
Kit 311203-5820
• Omni-Directional antenna
• 20’ RG58 Cable
Kit 311124-5830
• 1900 MHz Yagi Antenna
• 30’ RG58 Cable
Kit 311203-40020
• Omni-Directional antenna
• 20’ LMR400 Cable
Kit 301111-400170
• Yagi Directional w/ N-Female
• 170’ LMR400
Kit 311124-400100
• 1900 MHz Yagi Directional
• 100’ LMR400 Cable
Customer Support 866-294-1660
Mon.- Fri. Hours: 7 am to 6 pm MST
75 Ohm Outside Antenna Kits
Kit 301111-0675
• Yagi Directional Antenna
• 75’ RG6 Cable
• N-Male to F-Female adapter
Kit 311201-0620
• Omni Antenna w/ F-Female
• 20’ RG6 Cable
Kit 311129-0660
• 800 MHz Yagi Direc ional
• 60’ RG6 Cable
• N-Male to F-Female adapter
Kit 311129-0650
• 1900 MHz Yagi Directional
• 50’ RG6 Cable
• N-Male to F-Female adapter
Kit 314473-0640
• 75 Ohm Pole Mount Panel Antenna
• 40’ RG6 Cable
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Kit 311141-0620
• 75 Ohm Grey Brick Antenna
• 20’ RG6 Cable
Kit 301111-11140
• Yagi Directional Antenna
• 140’ RG11 Cable
• N-Male to F-Female adapter
Kit 311201-1120
• Omni Directional w/ F-Female
• 20’ RG11 Cable
Kit 311129-11110
• 800 MHz Yagi Direc ional
• 110’ RG11 Cable
• N-Male to F-Female adapter
Kit 311124-1180
• 1900 MHz Yagi Directional
• 80’ RG11 Cable
• N-Male to F-Female adapter
Kit 314473-1175
• 75 Ohm Pole Mount Panel Antenna
• 75’ RG11 Cable
Kit 314475-0630
• 75 Ohm Wide Band Direc ional
• 30’ RG6 Cable
Kit 314475-1175
• 75 Ohm Wide Band Direc ional
• 75’ RG11 Cable
Kit 311141-1120
• 75 Ohm Grey Brick Antenna
• 20’ RG11 Cable
Customer Support 866-294-1660
Mon.- Fri. Hours: 7 am to 6 pm MST
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Kit 311129-400100
• 800 MHz Yagi Antenna
• 100’ LMR400 Cable
Kit 314411-40075
• 50 Ohm Wide Band Direc ional Antenna
• 75’ LMR400 Cable
Kit 314453-40075
• 50 Ohm Pole Mount Panel Antenna
• 75’ LMR400 Cable
Mini-Mag 301126 w/12.5 RG174 cable-SMA
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Signal Booster Specifications
Home 4G™
Model Number
470001
Connectors
SMA-Female on the Inside Antenna / F-Female on the Outside Antenna
Antenna Impedance
75 Ohms / 50 Ohms
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Frequency
704-746 MHz, 746-787 MHz, 824-894 MHz, 1850-1995 MHz, 1710-1755/2110-2155 MHz
Passband Gain (nominal)
700 MHz
Band17
57.3
700 MHz
Band13
55.0
800 MHz
Band 5
57.2
1700/2100 MHz
Band 4
60.5
1900 MHz
Band 25/2
57.0
20 dB Bandwidth (MHz)
700 MHz
Band17
700 MHz
Band13
800 MHz
Band 5
1700/2100 MHz
Band 4
1900 MHz
Band 25/2
26.2
29.8
26.7
29.8
38.3
39.5
73.5
73.8
78.4
80.1
700 MHz Band17
Band17
700 MHz Band13
Band13
800 MHz
Band 5
1700 MHz
Band 4
1900 MHz
Band 25/2
23.7
23.6
24.6
24.9
23.3
700 MHz Band17
Band17
700 MHz Band13
Band13
800 MHz
Band 5
2100 MHz
Band 4
1900 MHz
Band 25/2
0.9
-1.0
2.1
5.8
6.1
Typical
Maximum
Power output for single cell
phone (Uplink) dBm
Power output for single cell
phone (Downlink) dBm
Power output for multiple
received channels (Uplink) dBm
Maximum Power
700 MHz Band17
Band17
700 MHz Band13
Band13
800 MHz
Band 5
1700 MHz
Band 4
1900 MHz
Band 25/2
2
21.3
20.7
23.0
19.9
18.1
3
17.7
17.2
19.4
16.4
14.6
4
15.2
14.7
16.9
13.9
12.1
5
13.3
12.8
15.0
11.9
10.2
6
11.7
11.2
13.4
10.4
8.6
No. Tones
Power output for multiple
received channels
(Downlinklink) dBm
Maximum Power
700 MHz
Band17
700 MHz
Band13
800 MHz
Band 5
2100 MHz
Band 4
1900 MHz
Band 25/2
2
-2.0
-3.2
1.8
-0.5
-2.2
3
-5.6
-6.7
-1.7
-4.1
-5.8
4
-8.1
-9.2
-4.2
-6.6
-8.3
5
-10.0
-11.2
-6.1
-8.5
-10.2
6
-11.6
-12.8
-7.7
-10.1
-11.8
No. Tones
Noise Figure
7 dB nominal
Isolation
> 110 dB
Power Requirements
AC / DC 5V, 2.5A, w/2.5x5.5mm Jack
Each Signal Booster is individually tested and factory set to ensure FCC compliance. The Signal Booster cannot be adjusted without factory
reprogramming or disabling the hardware. The Signal Booster will amplify, but not alter incoming and outgoing signals in order to increase
coverage of authorized frequency bands only. If the Signal Booster is not in use for five minutes, it will reduce gain until a signal is detected.
If a detected signal is too high in a frequency band, or if the Signal Booster detects an oscillation, the Signal Booster will automatically turn
the power off on that band. For a detected oscillation the Signal Booster will automatically resume normal operation after a minimum of 1
minute. After 5 (five) such automatic restarts, any problematic bands are permanently shut off until the Signal Booster has been manually
restarted by momentarily removing power from the Signal Booster. Noise power, gain, and linearity are maintained by the Signal Booster’s
microprocessor.
The Manufacturer’s rated output power of this equipment is for single carrier operation. For situations when multiple carrier signals are
present, the rating would have to be reduced by 3.5 dB, especially where the output signal is re-radiated and can cause interference to
adjacent band users. This power reduction is to be by means of input power or gain reduction and not by an attenuator at the output of the
device.
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Montage sur chevron
Autres considérations
1.Sélectionnez un emplacement dans
les chevrons du bâtiment où l’antenne
extérieure peut être montée directement
au-dessus de l’antenne de bureau en
conservant une séparation horizontale
ou verticale d’au moins 6.1 m (20 pi).
L’emplacement doit vous permettre de
monter l’antenne extérieure orientée
vers le signal cellulaire le plus fort.
Quelle que soit l’installation que
vous choisissez, n’oubliez pas les
recommandations suivantes pour optimiser
la force de votre signal:
FRANÇAIS
Effectuez le
montage dans
la direction du
signal cellulaire
le plus fort
1.Orientez l’antenne extérieure de façon
à ce que le logo weBoost soit face au
signal cellulaire le plus fort. La force
du signal au niveau de l’antenne de
bureau (et par conséquent, la distance
de transmission du signal) dépend de la
force du signal au niveau de l’antenne
extérieure. Assurez-vous que la force
du signal est maximisée au niveau de
l’antenne extérieure.
Pivotez en petits
incréments
Montez en conservant
une distance d’au
moins 6.1 m (20 pi)
2.Montez le support de l’antenne de
berceau sur le chevron en utilisant
les quatre vis et les quatre rondelles
de blocage fournis dans l’emballage
B (percez un trou de guidage si
nécessaire).
3.Connectez le câble coaxial fourni
au câble de l’antenne sur l’antenne
extérieure.
2.Conservez une distance d’au moins 6.1
m (20 pi) entre l’antenne extérieure et
le dispositif Home 4G.
Séparation minimale
de 6.1 m (20 pi)
Si possible, placez l’antenne
de bureau directement sous
l’emplacement de l’antenne extérieure.
Cela crée une zone de signal optimale
là où l’antenne de bureau est placée.
Placez l’antenne de
bureau directement sous
l’emplacement de l’antenne
extérieure
Au moins 6.1 m (20 pi) de
séparation verticale ou
horizontale avec l’antenne
de bureau est nécessaire
4.Acheminez le câble vers
l’amplificateur Home 4G. Si vous avez
besoin de connecter les deux câbles
coaxiaux, utilisez le connecteur fourni.
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Kit d’extension pour
antenne intérieure
Kits pour antenne
extérieure 50 Ohm
Kit 309900-50N
• 2 antennes pour panneau mural
• 1 câble séparateur 50 Ohm à 3 voies
Kit 309905-50N
• 3 antennes pour panneau mural
• 3 câbles séparateurs 50 Ohm à 2 voies
Kit 309902-75F
• 2 antennes pour panneau mural
• 1 câble séparateur 75 Ohm à 3 voies
Kit 314453-5825
• Antenne pour panneau 50 Ohm
montage sur pôle
• Câble RG58 7.6 m (25 pi)
Kit 314411-5825
• Antenne directionnelle 50 Ohm large bande
• Câble RG58 7.6 m (25 pi)
Kit 301111-5850
• Antenne directionnelle Yagi
• Câble RG58 15.2 m (50 pi)
Kit 311129-5840
• Antenne directionnelle Yagi 800 MHz
• Câble RG58 12.2 m (40 pi)
Kit 311203-5820
• Antenne omni-directionnelle
• Câble RG58 6.1 m (20 pi)
Kit 311124-5830
• Antenne directionnelle Yagi 1900 MHz
• Câble RG58 9.1 m (30 pi)
Kit 311203-40020
• Antenne omni-directionnelle
• Câble LMR400 6.1 m (20 pi)
Kit 301111-400170
• Antenne Yagi directionnelle avec N-Femelle
• Câble LMR400 51.8 m (170 pi)
Kit 311124-400100
• Antenne Yagi directionnelle 1900 MHz
• Câble LMR400 30.5 m (100 pi)
Kit 311129-400100
• Antenne Yagi 800 MHz
• Câble LMR400 30.5 m (100 pi)
Kit 314411-40075
• Antenne directionnelle 50 Ohm large bande
• Câble LMR400 22.9 m (75 pi)
Kit 314453-40075
• Antenne pour panneau 50 Ohm
montage sur pôle
• Câble LMR400 22.9 m (75 pi)
Mini antenne magnétique 301126 avec
câble SMA RG174 3 8 m (12.5 pi)
Kit 309903-75F
• 3 antennes pour panneau mural
• 3 câbles séparateurs 75 Ohm à 2 voies
Kit 309904-75F
• 1 antenne pour panneau mural
• 1 câble séparateur 75 Ohm à 2 voies
Kits pour antenne intérieure
Kit 301121-40010
• Antenne parabole 50 Ohm
• Câble LMR400 3m (10 pi)
Kit 311135-40060
• Antenne pour panneau mural 50 Ohm
• Câble LMR400 18.3 m (60 pi)
Kit 301151-0610
• Antenne parabole 75 Ohm
• Câble RG6 3 m (10 pi)
Kit 311135-5820
• Antenne pour panneau mural 50 Ohm
• Câble RG58 6.1 m (20 pi)
Kit 301151-1110
• Antenne parabole 75 Ohm
• Câble RG11 3 m (10 pi)
Kit 311155-1150
• Antenne pour panneau mural 75 Ohm
• Câble RG11 15 2 m (50 pi)
Kit 301211
• Antenne pour bureau avec
câble RG174 1.5 m (5 pi)
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Kits pour antenne
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FRANÇAIS
Kit 301111-0675
• Antenne Yagi directionnelle
• Câble RG6 22.9 m (75 pi)
• Adaptateur N-Mâle à F-Femelle
Kit 311201-0620
• Antenne Omni avec connecteur F-Femelle
• Câble RG6 6.1 m (20 pi)
Kit 311129-0660
• Antenne Yagi directionnelle 1900 MHz
• Câble RG6 18.3 m (60 pi)
• Adaptateur N-Mâle à F-Femelle
Kit 311129-0650
• Antenne Yagi directionnelle 1900 MHz
• Câble RG6 15.2 m (50 pi)
• Adaptateur N-Mâle à F-Femelle
Kit 314473-0640
• Antenne pour panneau 75 Ohm
montage sur pôle
• Câble RG6 12.2 m (40 pi)
Kit 311141-0620
• Antenne gris brique 75 Ohm
• Câble RG6 6.1 m (20 pi)
Kit 301111-11140
• Antenne Yagi directionnelle
• Câble RG11 42.7 m (140 pi)
• Adaptateur N-Mâle à F-Femelle
Kit 311201-1120
• Antenne omni-directionnelle avec F-Femelle
• Câble RG11 6.1 m (20 pi)
Kit 311129-11110
• Antenne Yagi directionnelle 800 MHz
• Câble RG11 33 5 m (110 pi)
• Adaptateur N-Mâle à F-Femelle
Kit 311124-1180
• Antenne Yagi directionnelle 1900 MHz
• 80’ RG11 Cable
• Adaptateur N-Mâle à F-Femelle
Kit 314473-1175
• Antenne pour panneau 75 Ohm
montage sur pôle
• Câble RG11 22 9 m (75 pi)
Kit 314475-0630
• Antenne directionnelle 75 Ohm large bande
• Câble RG6 9.1 m (30 pi)
Kit 314475-1175
• Antenne directionnelle 75 Ohm large bande
• Câble RG11 22 9 m (75 pi)
Kit 311141-1120
• Antenne gris brique 75 Ohm
• Câble RG11 6.1 m (20 pi)
Caractéristiques de l’amplificateur de signal
Home 4G
Numéro de modèle
470001
Connecteurs de l’antenne
SMA-Femelle sur l’antenne intérieure / F-Femelle sur l’antenne extérieure
Impédance de l’antenne
75 Ohms / 50 Ohms
Fréquence
Fréquence 704-746 MHz, 746-787 MHz, 824-894 MHz, 1850-1995 MHz, 1710-1755/2110-2155 MHz
700 MHz
Band 17
Gain de la bande passante
(nominal)
Bande passante de 20 dB
(nominal)
Typique
Maximale
800 MHz
Band 5
1700/2100 MHz
Band 4
1900 MHz
Band 25/2
57.3
55.0
57.2
60.5
57.0
700 MHz
Band 17
700 MHz
Band 13
800 MHz
Band 5
1700/2100 MHz
Band 4
1900 MHz
Band 25/2
26.2
29.8
26.7
29.8
38.3
39.5
73.5
73.8
78.4
80.1
700 MHz
Band 17
700 MHz
Band 13
800 MHz
Band 5
1700 MHz
Band 4
1900 MHz
Band 25/2
23.7
23.6
24.6
24.9
23.3
700 MHz
Band17
700 MHz
Band13
800 MHz
Band 5
2100 MHz
Band 4
1900 MHz
Band 25/2
0.9
-1.0
2.1
5.8
6.1
700 MHz
Band 17
700 MHz
Band 13
800 MHz
Band 5
1700 MHz
Band 4
1900 MHz
Band 25/2
2
21.3
20.7
23.0
19.9
18.1
3
17.7
17.2
19.4
16.4
14.6
4
15.2
14.7
16.9
13.9
12.1
5
13.3
12.8
15.0
11.9
10.2
6
11.7
11.2
13.4
10.4
8.6
700 MHz
Band 17
700 MHz
Band 13
800 MHz
Band 5
2100 MHz
Band 4
1900 MHz
Band 25/2
2
-2.0
-3.2
1.8
-0.5
-2.2
3
-5.6
-6.7
-1.7
-4.1
-5.8
4
-8.1
-9.2
-4.2
-6.6
-8.3
5
-10.0
-11.2
-6.1
-8.5
-10.2
6
-11.6
-12.8
-7.7
-10.1
-11.8
Puissance de sortie pour
un seul canal reçu (liaison
descendante) dBm
Puissance de sortie pour
plusieurs canaux reçus (liaison
montante). dBm
tonalité
FRANÇAIS
Puissance de sortie pour un
seul téléphone cellulaire (liaison
montante) dBm
700 MHz
Band 13
Puissance de sortie pour
plusieurs canaux reçus (liaison
descendante). dBm
tonalité
Facteur de bruit
7 dB nominal
Isolation
> 110 dB
Exigences d’alimentation
AC / DC 5V, 2.5A, w/2.5x5.5mm prise de courant
La puissance de sortie nominale déterminée par le fabricant pour ce matériel est pour une configuration à porteuse unique. Pour les
situations où plusieurs signaux provenant de différents fournisseurs sont présents, la valeur doit être réduite de 3.5 dB, surtout si le signal
de sortie est ré-émis et peut causer une interférence avec les utilisateurs de la bande adjacente. Cette réduction de la puissance doit être
obtenue en diminuant la puissance d’entrée ou le gain, et non pas au moyen d’un atténuateur placé à la sortie du dispositif.
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