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ATBT-S526 Smart Bias T, Wireless, 800-960 -- 1710-2170 MHz, Andrew

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ATBT-S526 Wireless Smart Bias Tee, 800-960 -- 1710-2170 MHz, 7/16 DIN Male / Female, MFR: Andrew / Commscope

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ATBT-S526 Wireless Bottom Smart Bias Tee, 800-960 -- 1710-2170 MHz, 7/16 DIN Male / Female

The AISG smart bias tee is designed to eliminate the long AISG data cable run from the base to the top of a cell site tower by electronically injecting (piggy-backing) power and control signals onto an existing RF coaxial cable run. Each unit is equipped with a grounding stud that requires a grounding kit (ordered separately, part number 602299) to provide additional lightning protection. These smart bias tees are RoHS and AISG compliant.Eliminates the long AISG RET control cable by feeding power and data signals along the existing RF coaxial cable

See controller cable:  Cable Cobra M/F (CBL-COBRA-015)


24 V Bottom Smart Bias Tee.
Injects AISG power and control signals onto a coaxial cable line.
Eliminates long AISG RET control cables.
Operates in either AISG 1.1 or 2.0 mode.
7-16 DIN male connector (ANT).
7-16 DIN female connector (BTS).
Equipped with a grounding stud for added lightning protection.
Smart Bias Tee Type 24 V Bottom
Operating Frequency Band 1710 2170 MHz | 800 960 MHz
Voltage Range 1030 Vdc
VSWR | Return Loss 1.15:1 | 23.13 dB
RF Power, maximum 750 W @ 850 MHz
Impedance 50 ohm
Insertion Loss, typical 0.1 dB
Ingress Protection Test Method IEC 60529:2001, IP66
Operating Temperature -40 C to 60 C (-40 F to 140 F)

Port 1: 7/16 DIN Male (RF/dc/data)

Port 2: 7/16 DIN Female (RF/dc blocked)

Port 3: AISG 8–pin, male, (dc/data) (IEC 60130-9-Ed.3.0)

MFR: Andrew / Commscope

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