Transmit and receive amplifier (booster)
2.4GHz Transmit and Receive amplifier RT-2400-2
Single component of the complete system described above. Used in cases where antenna, cables and WiFi card is already in use.
This booster is used to extend the range of wireless-LAN connections. It amplifies both directions, the received signal as well as the transmitted signal. The low-noise receive booster raises the received signal by about 13db (typ.) which is sufficient to compensate for cable losses.
The power supply (12VDC) of the booster is done over the coaxial cable (remote supply). A DC injector (aka Bias-T) to inject the 12VDC into the cable is supplied, an additional 12VDC power supply is required (not included). WiMo offers power supplies like MFJ-4103 or any other 12VDC power supply for this use.
The booster has a weatherproof case which is installed to the mast directly below the antenna, the required stainless steel hardware is included. All connectors are N female.
Depending on the input level this amplifier can emit up to one (1) W HF power. Alone or in conjunction with high-gain antennas the effective radiated power (EIRP) can exceed the max. allowed power in your country. In Germany and most other EU countries max. EIRP is 100mW is allowed.
The CE certification is valid only in conjunction with the other components described in the entire system above.
- Technical Data RT-2400
- Frequency range: 2417 - 2467 MHz
- Output power: max. 1 Watt
- TX amplification typ.: 13dB
- Noise figure typ: 3.2dB
- RX amplification typ: 14 dB
- Supply voltage 12 - 14V DC
- Power requirement receive: ca. 100mA
- Power requirement transmit: ca. 500 mA
- Connectors: N female
- Weight: 500g
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Lightning protections (surge arrestors) should be used with any larger antenna installation, expecially if the antenna is mounted outside the building in a high location. But also antennas with less visible installation points can be subject to very high overvoltages, should a lightning strike nearby.