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Technical Manual Mobile Communication Repeater Models: C10H-GSM

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Table of Contents  Introduction  Name & Function  How to install the system  User Attentions  Troubleshooting  Specifications Page 2 .

house.. houses. Introduction In mobile communication. parking. apartments. etc. restaurants.. compact size. Low interference. C10H-GSM consumer repeater enhances consumer satisfaction greatly with its integrated design. such as VIP room. C10H-GSM consumer repeater is a good choice for VIP rooms.  Applicable to In-Building with medium or small size with Maximum coverage up to 500 Square meters. Page 3 . office. restaurants. to use signal repeater is a good choice in these areas. cost effectiveness  LED indication for operation status. Feature & Functions  Compact design and light weight.  Wide band function to work on all GSM900 network  Low power consumption. apartments. parking. offices. easy engineering and rapid installation and debugging. This mini repeater is mainly applied in covering small blind and weak zones. it is inevitable that micro-cell coverage cannot cover weak or dead zones.

to be connected with indoor Antenna Alarm Status LED (Lower Band) Power LED Alarm Status LED (Higher Band) Front View Page 4 . to be connected with DC power Indoor Port.Side - Power.FrontOutdoor Port. to be connected with Outdoor Antenna .Name & Function .

Alarm High is for high frequency systems. PCS or WCDMA. it means the input power is 1~5dB over the perfect one. 7 and 8 are for low frequency gain control. c. 3 and 4 are for high frequency. b. PCS or WCDMA systems. so if i t’s a single band repeater. 5 dB attenuation for DL 1 Dial DIP ‘5’ and ‘6’. you just need to dial DIP 5. 18±2 dB attenuation for UL 1 Note: A. 18±2 dB attenuation for DL1 Dial DIP ‘7’. you don’t need to do any adjustment. 5 dB attenuation for DL 2 Dial DIP ‘1’ and ‘2’. 5 and 6 are for DL1. While the light shines orange.3 and 4 are for high frequency gain control. 1 and 2 are for DL2. 7 or 8 t o adjust. just the light of Alarm Low will be indicated. 2. GSM or CDMA systems. When the light of Alarm Low or Alarm High is indicated. 18±2 dB attenuation for UL2 Dial DIP ‘5’. it means the input power is 7~12dB over the perfect one. 2. the followings is for you to a nalyse and decide what to do and how to do: a. DCS. While the light shines red. 6. it means the input power is perfect now. 10 dB attenuation for DL 1 Dial DIP ‘6’. Page 5 . 10dB attenuation for DL 2 Dial DIP ‘2’. just like DCS. DIP 1. 7 and 8 are for UL1 Dial DIP ‘1’.6.DIP Switch 1. 5 dB attenuation for UL2 Dial DIP ‘3’ and ‘4’. 5 dB attenuation for UL 1 Dial DIP ‘7’ and ‘8’. bu t is OK for repeater to work. 10 dB attenuation for UL 1 Dial DIP ‘8’. 18±2 dB attenuation for DL2 Dial DIP ‘3’. As C10H series consumer repeater is designed for both single and dual band ones. B. i f there is any alarm happened. 10 dB attenuation for UL2 Dial DIP ‘4’. 3 and 4 are for UL2 DIP Switch 5. now you should dial the DIP to lower the input power of the repeater for it could work safely. While the light glitters between green orange. Also. for example GSM900 one.

 Indoor Antenna Indoor Antenna transmits the RF signal from base station to the cellular subscriber and receives the signal from cellular subscriber back to the base station.  Outdoor ANT The outdoor antenna connects to the Outdoor Port on the repeater.  DC Jack DC Jack is a terminal to supply required powers into repeater through the power supply adapter. or transmitting antenna. connects to the Indoor Port of the repeater.  Mounting Bracket Bracket with screws is supplied for fixing the indoor repeater to a wall. supplies DC 9 V power to the repeater to run active circuits. Page 6 .  RG8X Low Loss RF Cable RG8X RF Coax Cable is supplied to connect the Indoor unit to the outdoor donor antenna. Repeater The repeater amplifies and transmits signals of the base station in the desired area.  PWR Exterior adapter having AC 95-265 V input. The indoor antenna.

How to install the system Installation procedure Checking the contents Set Installation Place Fix repeater body on the wall Installation exterior antenna & Laying Feeding Cables Measurement of Receiving Level from Base Station Connect power supply adapter Adjust the direction of Antenna Testing for calling quality Inspection Completion Page 7 .

40dBm -46dBm ~ . BW and Amplitude. with input of spectrum analyzer. Locate a suitable location for the outdoor donor antenna and identify a route for the feeding cable. etc of the spectrum analyzer.     Checking the contents supplied Identify a suitable location where you would like mount the indoor repeater Ensure the location is properly isolated from the donor antenna and the cable length supplied is sufficient.45dBm ~ .      Connect to RG 8X RF Cable Connect power supply adapter Adjust the direction of indoor unit Testing for calling qualities To improve calling qualities. Measurement of Receiving Level from Base Station (For trained personnel) 1) Connect feeding cable. which has been connected to the outdoor antenna for base station.65dBm -66dBm ~ .55dBm -56dBm ~ .100dBm Perfect Good General Acceptable Bad  Measurement of Receiving Level from Base Station (For Anyone) A low-tech way to determine where to install your outdoor “donor” antenna is to identify a spot where you are getting at least 2-3 bars of signal on your roof. then you may proceed with the installation. 2) Set measurement environment of Frequency. adjust the direction of the indoor unit. If this is successful. Span. Page 8 .90dBm -91dBm ~ . Then try to make 3 consecutive calls on your mobile phone in the proposed location. 3) Verify Channel Power value of input signal. Receiving level is: .

How to install the system –(indoor) Bracket 1 Installation step 1 Bracket 1 Bracket 2 Installed Installation step 2 Page 9 .

System Installation Complete Donor Antenna on Roof Coax cable Page 10 .

replace coaxial cable Page 11 . Coaxial cable connecting the repeater and outdoor antenna might be defective Make sure there is no sharp bends. If needed. 2) The repeater transmits no signal Causes Check connection of power system Action Signal Cable from outdoor antenna Check all connections. (Room Temperature)  Troubleshooting 1) The power LED at the front turns OFF Causes Action Power cable of the power supply unit has not been connected. has not been connected.Important!  Do not open the case of repeater.  Do not place excessive pressure on the repeater.  Please use the power supply that is supplied with the kit ONLY! Other power supplies will void warranty and can damage the repeater.  Please consider the environmental factors when locating a suitable spot for the repeater. or breaks in the cable.

3mm < 1kg -10°C~50°C Convection Input AC 90~265V.5us (Micro Sec) UL≥ 5dBm. SMA-Female 50ohm 183 x 128 ALC 7~12dB.03ppm ≥ 70dB ≤0.DL ≥ 10dBm ≤-36dBm (9KHz~1GHz) ≤-30dBm (1GHz~12.DL: ≥ 50dB ≤8dB ≤ ± 0. Output DC 9V Frequency Specifications Frequency Range DL – 935-960 (MHz) UL – 890-915 (MHz) Bandwidth Wide Band Maximum Gain Gain Flatness (P-P) Frequency Stability Tx/ Rx Isolation Propagation Delay Output Power Spurious Emission Noise Figure Alarm FCC Statemen UL: ≥ 50dB.Specifications Mechanical Specifications Input Port Impedance Dimensions (W x H x D) Weight Operating Temperature Cooling Switch Adapter Single ALC ALARM .75GHz) ≤ 7dB (Typical) Specification Power LED Alarm LED Page 12 DC ON/OFF ALC 1~5dB.