Couplers / Taps
For dividing signal to and from cellular boosters unequally
A coupler (also called a tap) splits the signal from a single coax cable into two unequal runs, sending a small amount of signal to an antenna close at hand and a more signal further down the line to another antenna or another coupler.
If you need to divide signal equally, use a splitter instead.
Coaxial cable couplers are typically used in commercial signal booster installations, where the amplifier provides sufficient signal strength to overcome the attenuation (signal loss) involved in tapping a cable. Couplers may also be used in some large residential applications; please contact us to find out if a coupler will work with your specific setup.