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Channel selective repeater

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #5809398.

An improved repeater for receiving and re-transmitting radio signals for a cell in a cellular telecommunication system. The repeater raises the levels and is capable of converting the frequencies of the radio signals used in the telecommunication system. Due to the power amplifiers being provided between the channel selecting means and combiner, the power amplifier needs only to amplify one frequency band. In this way the repeater gets a simpler design, demands less maintenance, and gets a higher degree of efficiency in combination of high power capacity and generation of low levels only of intermodulation products.

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