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How Do They Work?
Generally the indoor 900/1800 MHz signal is quite good close to windows, glass doors and any other opening close to the outside but it gets worst as you move inside especially if the environment is big, not high from the ground, built in concrete and metal. Of course if the outdoor signal surrounding the environment is already low (low field) the indoor signal situation can be worst.
To overcome this problem it is necessary to use a repeater or, for small environments, a microrepeater.
The repeaters and the microrepeaters repeat the outdoor signal received by an antenna linked to the repeater by a cable. The antenna is usually installed on the roof of the building. The signal is brought inside by cable and it is necessary to use one or more antennas to cover the several rooms of the environment. Inside the served area you can freely move while doing or receiving your phone calls.
We can quote the system you need. It can be broadband or narrow band and it is possible to receive one or more operators.
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