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The In-Line Signal Booster (806215) is designed to be used in conjunction with other building amplifiers to offset cable and splitter/tap loss for in-building installations. It should be used on the inside antenna side of a Wilson Electronics In-Building Signal Booster such as the AG Pro 75. This is NOT a standalone amplifier!
The In-Line Signal Booster overcomes the losses associated with large in-building installations. The Signal Booster recovers inside coverage area that is normally lost due to cable, splitter, and tap loss. By installing the Wilson 806215 near an inside antenna, uplink noise figure is minimized and downlink power is maximized. Additionally, the in-line signal booster enhances performance of the main signal booster/repeater by increasing the system gain and input signal dynamic range. The variable gain knobs on the in-line box allow for simple signal level balancing and installation.
Covering multiple rooms or floors of a building can be challenging, as each is a different size and shape. Balancing the signal coverage can require multiple attenuators, cables, taps and splitters. All of these can decrease your system gain and coverage. Reasons to install an In-Line Signal Booster include:
- Cable loss: Long runs of cable from the Inside Antenna to the main Signal Booster may have significant loss or require expensive low-loss cable.
- Splitter loss: When multiple rooms must be evenly covered, a splitter evenly divides the signal for separate Inside Antennas, but each division reduces system gain and inside coverage area.
- Tap loss: Taps pass the signal with low attenuation out one port and pass the signal with high attenuation port continues on to another location, possibly with more splitters and taps downstream. The attenuation port typically runs directly to an Inside Antenna.
- Increased system dynamic range: A user who gets too near an Inside Antenna can lower the gain and coverage area for all other users. The In-Line Signal Booster adds dynamic range to the in-building installation and reduces use of the main Signal Booster automatic gain control .