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3-Way Splitter

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Product Overview:

The 3-way splitter is designed to “split” the mobile signal from the output of your repeater to up to three indoor coverage antennas. The splitter is perfect for applications that require coverage of up to three different areas from a single repeater base unit. The 3-way splitter will divide the signal strength from the repeater output in thirds and feed three indoor coverage antennas which you can locate in different areas.

You can use the 3-way splitter to divide the signal output from your repeater and feed up to three indoor coverage antennas. You can purchase additional cables to connect your indoor antennas. The most popular style of indoor coverage antennas for applications with splitters are the MR omni-directional ceiling mount antennas, which can be found here. Installation involves connecting the splitter with a short cable lead to the input of the splitter. The three signal outputs connect with cable to the indoor coverage antennas.

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Technical Specifications

SpecificationDescription
Split3-Way 33/33/33
Frequency800-2500MHz
ConnectorsN-Female
Loss (dB)3

 

How it works

How it works
1 Receive Signal

The boosters antenna reaches out to the cell tower to access voice and data signals.

2 Boost Signal

The booster receives the outside signal, amplifies it up to 32x, and sends it to the inside antenna.

3 Expands Signal

The inside antenna broadcasts the boosted signal to devices inside the home.

Mobile Phone Signal Booster

Mobile Phone Signal Boosters will help any property that is suffering from poor mobile signal in your homes or offices. They have the latest technology to boost all voice and data signals for UK mobile operators. We have 5G mobile boosters in stock too which can help you enjoy the best quality voice and data signals from even the remotest part of the country where mobile signal is almost non-existent.