Oscillation caused by insufficient path loss between a bidirectional amplifier’s (BDA) donor and serving antennas is one of the most common and most serious forms of interference in cellular networks.
This white paper provides a general overview of how BDAs work, the conditions leading to oscillation, and practical information for identifying and locating oscillating BDAs.

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