Local Distributor Details

We have auto-selected a trusted Stelladoradus reseller in your country for you. You are buying from trusted reseller:

Coolfinn, Portlaw, CO. Waterford, Ireland

+353 51 387145

+353 51 387145

Advantages from buying from StellaDoradus: -Get advice and after sales support in your own language.StellaDoradus can advise you on the best booster for you.

Contact Us
Products

Italian leaky cable installation – StellaHome tri band with splitter

01 Oct 2014
L-shaped-room
radiolan with holding phone in air

RadioLan installer testing mobile signal strength. Green arrow is pointing at the leaky cable

Equipment used.

  • 1 StellaHome tri band repeater.
  • 1  splitter 2 way
  • 50m Leaky coaxial cable
  • 2 panel antennas
  • External Yagi antenna

We used a patch antenna at the end of the length of the leaky cable. Using the splitter we were able to provide coverage in another big room.

The room that you see in photos measures about 70Mt x 12MT. and it is  L shaped.

In the ceiling, after 20M, we turned the leaky cable,90° to follow the new direction of the L shaped room.

L shaped room

stellahome with splitter

Stellahome triband repeater with splitter highlighted in the green circle

Leaky cable installed on ceiling down the passage.

Leaky cable installed on ceiling down the passage.

leaky2

Leaky cable going down the other side of the L shaped area.

leaky cable dia

Leaky cable is a kind of coaxial cable, that has periodic slots in the outer conductor. Electromagnetic waves propagate through these slots and radiate outside.
The radiating electric field pattern  is almost perfectly circular, and can be used for radio communication to moving objects.

The generated electric field is confined to the area close to the leaky cable. Therefore, it can be used very effectively for radio communication in tunnels, corridors, long passages etc..

image001

Installation done by RadioLan

You may also like:

    John Begala | Installation to provide mobile coverage in an outdoor area

    11th January 2018
    Problem Johns’s house is located in a rural area in Spain where there was no mobile signal in his house or yard. However, a large tower was located nearby and there was a weak external signal on the top of this tower. Voice and 3G signal was required inside the house and in the courtyard [...]
    read more

    Old Italian house with thick walls - Francis Smileit

    11th August 2017
    The problem in Francis’s words.. “During summer I live in countryside and I need to use phone but mobile towers are quite far and the building has very big walls so I often have a poor signal. I live in a late 1800 building so the inside walls are 26 and 28 cm thick, and [...]
    read more

    Country house in Spain with Stella pre-amp

    11th August 2017
    Loaction: LA PROVINCIA DE BURGOS EN CASTILLA Y LEÓN (ESPAÑA) The receive antenna was installed high up on a mast on the hill (1), where a good GSM signal was obtained. The StellaPreAmp was installed on this high mast to boost the signal down the long cable run (200m) to the lower mast(2). In a [...]
    read more