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Cellular Antenna Range

The Cel-Fi GO, whether Stationary or Mobile requires the installation of two antennas: a donor antenna and server antenna. Both the quality and placement of these antennas is important to maximise the performance of your Cel-Fi GO.

DONOR ANTENNA

Selecting the best donor antenna is critical element in maximising cellular signals and expanding coverage within a facility or vehicle. It receives the signal from the cellular tower and delivers it to the Cel-Fi GO. Donor antennas can be internal or external, however externally mounted antenna typically provide stronger input signal.

SERVER ANTENNA

The server antenna takes the signal from the Cel-Fi GO re-transits it with the building or vehicle. In stationary application, you could utilise either a directional or omni-directional antenna, however in mobile situations, due the isolation issues between the donor and server antenna, a compact low gain omni-directional antenna is best. There are generally two types of donor antennas: omni-directional and directional.

Directional antennas are best suited for Stationary applications because:

• First, they generally have more gain than an omni-directional antenna.

• And second, buy pointing the antenna at the nearest (strongest signal) tower, you removed interference from other towers.

Omni-directional antennas can suit both for Stationary and Mobile applications.

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