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Antenna Passive Repeaters For Indoor Recovery of Microwave Cellular Signals

September 17, 2008
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The use of passive repeaters for mobile communications is often discarded because of the inherent losses that these systems introduce. However, the radio signal coverage of indoor areas poses a particularly complex problem in buildings with heavily reinforced concrete walls and shielded or underground infrastructure, which introduce great attenuation....
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