configuration
configuration

Determine the Transmitter-Receiver (TR) configuration planned at the terminals and select the corresponding RF Repeater configuration. Not all configurations are available for each RF Repeater Model. Other configurations may be possible with special design, please consult Engineering before quoting.

Note (1). The N+P convention used indicated the number of Working RF Channels or Carriers/Bearers, N and the number of Protection RF Channels or Carriers/Bearers, P. The terminal radios are normally designated the same way. (e.g. 3 Working and 1 Protection = 3+1)

Terminal, Duplex (1)
RF Repeater
Comments
1+0 Unprotected
1+0
Standard Duplex with protected amplifiers
1+1 Hot Standby
1+0
Standard Duplex with protected amplifiers
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1, 2+0
2 Duplex, 1 repeater enclosure &nbsp
2+1 Multi-Line
2+1, 3+0
3 Duplex, 1 repeater enclosure &nbsp
3+1 Multi-Line
3+1, 4+0
4 Duplex, 1 repeater enclosure &nbsp
4+1 Multi-Line
4+0 & 1+0
5 Duplex, 2 repeater enclosures
5+1 Multi-Line
4+0 & 1+1
6 Duplex, 2 repeater enclosures
6+1 Multi-Line
4+0 & 2+1
7 Duplex, 2 repeater enclosures
7+1 Multi-Line
4+0 & 3+1
8 Duplex, 2 repeater enclosures
Table 2, System Configurations

RF Repeater
1+0, 1+1
2+1, 3+1
4+1, 5+1
6+1, 7+1
RF-1500E
No
No
No
RF-2000E, RF-2000EW
No
No
No
RF-2500E
No
No
No
RF-4000
RF-4500
RF-6000E
RF-6000EW
RF-7000E
No
No
RF-8000E
No
No
RF-11000
No
No
Table 3, Available Configurations, (• = Available)