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Tower Top Amplifier Advantages and Limitations TXRX Systems
The purpose of a tower top amplifier (TTA) is to improve receiver sensitivity at a site by compensating for the loss of the coaxial cable that connects the receive antenna to the system. This increase in sensitivity can make up for the imbalance between mobile and handheld users in critical systems. The TTA generally consists of a TTX box and A CMU (control monitoring unit) or a multicoupler unit. Many believe that TTA’s can solve a variety of issues at any given site. This is not the case for many circumstances and here are some reasons why.

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