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Wilson 859993 700-2300MHz 75ohm Signal Splitter

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Allows you to use 2 internal antennas with a single repeater.
Wilson 859993 700-2300MHz Signal Splitter

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The Wilson 859993 signal splitter allows you to split the signal from an amplifier to up to 4 internal antennas with negligible signal loss. The splitter covers 700-2300MHz, and so will work with all the amplifiers on our site, as well as any future Wilson repeaters that might be built for new technologies.

This splitter is only for use with:
Wilson 801262 amplifier or
Wilson 841262 repeater kit

For all other Wilson amplifiers use the Wilson 859993 splitter.

This 2-way splitter allows you to drive two interior antennas from a single amplifier/repeater. Because you are splitting equally the signal each antenna will receive is 1/2 of the original signal. This equates to about 70% of the coverage distance when compared to driving a single antenna. You should use this splitter if the areas you wish to cover are approximately equal in area.

The splitter has F Female connectors. Typically a 2ft cable is used to connect the splitter to the amplifier. Any cable length can be used, but the total cable length in the system should be kept to a minimum to minimize attenuation.

Lengths of coaxial cable can then connect the splitter to the internal antennas.

Additional Information

SKU 859959
Weight 0.7500
Frequency 800MHz, 1900MHz, Dual Band, iDEN, 2100MHz
Impedance 50 ohm
Connector Type F Female
Signal Split Ratio Equal
Loss Both ports -3dB
UPC Code 813986008294
Price $69.95

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