The network extender antenna for lte modem. Is it?

You need to take the antenna from the modem to the roof, a new cable pull is not an option, but there is a local network. Are there any ready solutions? Something like: modem <-> some device with sma connector <-> lan <-> some device with sma connector <-> antenna
June 14th 19 at 18:53
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June 14th 19 at 18:55
You need to take the antenna from the modem to the roof, a new cable pull is not an option
Antenna do not to take away from the transmitter, cable loss is huge.
So take out the modem.
Buy modem in a street performance, or protective box for the modem. Data over twisted pair to the modem, the power for it, too.

Something like: a device with sma connector <-> lan <-> some device with sma connector <-> antenna
Such devices are, they are called - modem.
MODulato-DEModulator, they serve for conversion of analog signal to digital and back.
June 14th 19 at 18:57
modem?
June 14th 19 at 18:59
hihih, well, technically maybe you can an analog signal be converted into digital form, putting a terribly expensive high-frequency ADCS) to compress this signal, because the data stream from the ADC will be mad on expensive high-speed DSP to send it via lan cable, there decompress (+ another DSP) and converted into analog (+ high-speed ADC) and to send and broadcast. plus the same set for the reverse channel :)
I greatly exaggerate the picture, the resulting piece of iron,
but still not easier to put on the roof of a very cheap router, LTE-modem or USB-a whistle, LTE and stretch the cable to the house.
By the way, you can take the modem with maksymalnym output to connect high-quality antenna wave channel or USB stick-whistle in the focus of a parabolic or a bunch of variants.
Here is the solution wanted, but now I understand it will be released and spike is still the same. - erik_Hane62 commented on June 14th 19 at 19:02
The crutch will be most terrible. The easiest way is to pull the modem on the roof - Sandra_Kautzer42 commented on June 14th 19 at 19:05
June 14th 19 at 19:01
If you have the opportunity to bring 220 to the attic will acquire a router that supports modem. It in the attic in a sealed, insulated housing (you can just box for the meter to warm, add the self-regulating heating cable). And from it already to deduce the antenna.
June 14th 19 at 19:03
Tale on the roof of this or that - eat at POE
June 14th 19 at 19:05
Thank you all. The described solution with the router on the roof were considered natural (the way it was eventually implemented), but due to the fact that there is a need to use a SIM from another operator, we wanted to keep the modem closer, but alas.

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