Regenerative Repeater

regenerative repeater

[rē′jen·rəd·iv ri′pēd·ər]
(communications)
A repeater that performs pulse regeneration to restore the original shape of a pulse signal used in teletypewriter and other code circuits.

Regenerative Repeater

 

in telegraphy, a device that receives current pulses and corrects their shape and duration and further transmits them. Regenerative repeaters are used during many pulse retransmissions in order to improve the quality of data transmission.

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Regenerative repeaters and a typical link budget analysis for radio channels are presented.
Because of regenerative repeaters, T1 systems can operate successfully over long distances through very poor transmission facilities.
It also includes regenerative repeaters that allow monitor devices to be placed conveniently about the network, within a 600-meter radleviate crowded conditions in wiring closets.