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Wilson 700-2700mhz 3-Way 50ohm Splitter

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Item Number: 2813
Model: 859980



Splitters are used in wireless amplifier (repeater) setups to split the amplified signal with minimum signal loss, so that you can utilize three interior antennas for greater coverage. Equal amounts of signal are sent to three antennas for similarly sized areas (for example, one on each floor of a 3-story building to rebroadcast the boosted signal to all floors).

You will need a "jumper" cable with an N-Male connector to connect your amplifier to the splitter.

The setup will look like this:

outside antenna -> cable -> amplifier -> jumper cable -> splitter -> 3 x cable -> 3 x interior antenna


  • 698~2700 MHz Band   
  • Cellular Mobile Communication
  • Low Insertion Loss, Low VSWR
  • High Isolation, Low Ripple
  • Microstrip Structure
  • Inline Design

This splitter is only for use with 50ohm wireless repeater systems. It CANNOT be used with 75ohm systems, and it CANNOT be used with direct connect amplifiers (direct connect amplifiers are built to connect to the antenna port of one device; you cannot use a splitter to connect it to two devices). 


  • Frequency Range: 698-2700Mhz
  • VSRW: ≥1.4
  • Insertion Loss, dB: -4.8
  • Isolation, 2B: ≥20
  • Maximum Power: 50W
  • Connectors: N-Female
  • Impedance: 50ohms
  • Dimensions: 3.9×2.9×0.78"
  • Weight: 6.34oz
  • Operating Temperature: -40-140°F

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Does using the Wilson splitter reduce the effectiveness of the inside signal?

Yes, each time you split a signal you divide the signal in half. So, for a three way splitter if you were getting 120' off a single antenna then split it 3-ways you'd only get roughly 40' off each antenna after the split. This is why you see larger amplifiers kits that can still repeat far despite multiple splits.