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What is RET cable?

RET cables provide a direct connection option from the main control unit (MCU) to the RET module. These cables come in a variety of lengths, with shorter lengths useful for "daisy-chaining" multiple RET modules on top of a tower or building. By connecting the modules together, you can reduce the amount of cables required from the MCU to the antenna. Many wireless infrastructure sites have installed Remote Electrical Tilt (RET) systems to optimize signal patterns.



RET control cable with male DB15 and female AISG connector



RET stands for Remote Electrical Tilt and is a system that can remotely adjust the electrical tilt of an antenna. The system is primarily used for mobile radio antennas, e.g. to optimize the alignment of mobile radio networks in the event of hotspots.



Premier Cable customizes RET control cables to your desired specifications. These cables are designed for RF telecommunications infrastructure with RET (Remote Electronic Tilt) component based systems, feeding data and power from the controller to the RET system components. Our cables are fully AISG EIA-485 Tier 1 system compliant. We also sell bulk cable by the foot as well as individual connectors.


AISG RET Control Cable Y Splitter ATCB-B01-Y-C30AISG RET CONTROL CABLERET AISG Control Cable Assembly

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