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Old 6-Oct-2017, 8:21 PM   #21
rabbit73
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Hilltop Repeaters

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Originally Posted by ckwsp101_tv View Post
Wish this idea was used by my now shutdown home owner's cable system.
Maintenance cost of the ridge head end facility forced the shutdown.
It has been done. If there is no amplifier between the antennas, then it is a passive repeater. If there is an amplifier, it is considered an active repeater, and might require a license by some authorities; they would consider it a transmitter.

https://www.google.com/search?biw=91....0.CFc0MfP0Eek

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http://forum.tvfool.com/showthread.php?t=15013

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