A Yagi antenna typically has a narrow beamwidth thus covering a smaller area but able to reach further, whereas a Sector antenna is inherently designed to cover a wide area and therefore has a wider beamwidth. A Yagi or Sector antenna could be used as either a donor or service antenna depending on your application.
Our Quad Band Digital Line of Repeaters are considerably more advanced than any of our other analog repeaters. Because it is digital it means the user has a very high level of parameter control. This includes, which bands you do or don’t want to support. (700, 800, 1900, 1721 MHz) Also, which blocks within those bands you do or don’t want to support. Up to 2 non-contiguous blocks for 700 and 800 or up to 4 blocks for 1900 & 1721.
Another unique feature of the JDTECK digital repeater is the ability for the user to run the unit in a wide band setting if let’s say they want to support all service providers (Neutral Host) but at the same time can control the output levels of all the signals. The user can also control the gain and thus the output power of the system all from an extremely intuitive and easy to navigate GUI. (Graphic User Interface)
What perhaps is the most liked feature of JDTECK’s digital repeater is that you can access it remotely via any PC or Mobile device via and IP connection and make any changes you need. Trigger points for a wide range of parameters can also be setup in the GUI and automatic email notifications sent to the user. (Up to 5 email addresses) If the optional cellular modem is requested which allows the user to remotely access the repeater over the cellular network as oppose to WiFi, automatic notifications can be sent via SMS as well. (Up to 5 phone numbers)
There are many more advanced features of the digital repeaters which are too many to list here. So we encourage you to visit the product pages for more details.