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TM 11-5995-208-10
CONNECTING EARLY AND LATE MODEL UNATTENDED REPEATERS
WARNING
Before connecting or disconnecting any unattended repeater, make
sure that the MUX equipment operators have not applied power to the
cable system.
CAUTION
Keep unattended repeaters high, dry, and secure. Do not place them
in a spot where rain or flooding wiII cover them with water.
After every 1 mile of twin coax cable assembly, an unattended repeater
must be installed to boost the PCM signals. There must be at least 1/2 mile of
twin coax cable assembly between one unattended repeater and the next
unattended repeater on the MUX equipment.
The following operating procedures address both early and late model
unattended repeaters. For more information on each, see page 1-6.
EARLY MODEL
The early model unattended repeater needs two twin coax adapter cables for
connection to twin coax cable assembly.
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