Repeater

A repeater is an electronic device that receives a signal and retransmits it at a higher level or higher power, or onto the other side of an obstruction, so that the signal can cover longer distances.

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LTR Passport - Purpose
... To alleviate this, radio repeaters are installed on mountaintops to repeat the signal from one radio to another, or group of others ... This is a standard repeater site ... The signal is received by the repeater from the originating radio and re-broadcast so the receiving radio(s) can receive the radio signal ...
CKCM
... CKCM has a repeater in Baie Verte, CKIM, at 1240 kHz and an FM repeater in Springdale at 89.3 FM with the call sign CKCM-1-FM ... On July 20, 2010, CKCM applied for an FM repeater which will rebroadcast the programming of CKCM AM to serve the population of Springdale ...
CFGN
... Originally launched as a repeater on August 7, 1971, it opened its own studios in 1973 ... In 1996, it became a repeater of CFSX ... CFGN broadcast in the daytime and (most probably) the weekend, and served as a repeater to CFCB in Corner Brook for the rest of the week ...
Amateur Radio Software - Types of Stations - Repeater Stations
... An amateur radio repeater is a specialty amateur radio station that extends the range of communications for other stations ... A repeater uses a receiver tuned to one radio frequency and a transmitter tuned to another radio frequency ... Other stations using a repeater station transmit on one frequency but listen for signals on the other frequency ...
Repeater - History
... coupled carbon microphones were used as amplifiers in telephone repeaters ... In the 1930s vacuum tube repeaters using hybrid coils became commonplace, allowing the use of thinner wires ... were more popular, and a transistorized version called the E6 repeater was the final major type used in the Bell System before the low cost of digital transmission made all voiceband ...