A cellular signal Diplexer or Combiner helps merge or combine 600 to 960 MHz and 1630 to 2600 MHz signals to form a single port consisting of 600 MHz to 2600 MHz frequencies.
How does a Diplexer or Combiner work?
Let us explain what a diplexer does, its purpose, and uses. As stated above, a diplexer is used to combine two antennas operating on different frequencies into one common port. Diplexers are perfect for connecting two outside antennas to one multiband signal booster. The low band antenna can point to the ideal low band base station, while the high band antenna can point to then ideal high band base station to guarantee better results in your installation. Diplexers are also used to split high and low frequency signals to isolate a desired frequency transmission. This also allows you to use antennas that are tuned for the high and low bands. A combiner or diplexer provides high levels of isolation between ports. While the diplexer has low insertion loss on both paths, it also has a high level of rejection that prevents interference with the systems that are connected.