A repeater is a telecommunications device that amplifies a signal.
Broadcast relay stations, cellular repeaters, microwave radio relays, tunnel transmitters, radio repeaters, amateur radio repeaters and communications satellite transponders all act as repeaters in that they receive and amplify a radio signal for rebroadcast.
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Repeater may also refer to:
- Multiport repeater, a simple computer network hub
- Optical communications repeater, an alternative to optical amplifiers on communications fibre
- Passive repeater, a radio-signal reflector with no electronic amplification
- Repeat offender, in criminology
- Repeater (album) and title track by post-hardcore band Fugazi
- Repeater (horology), a type of watch or clock
- Repeater (student), a student repeating a course or class
- Repeating rifle, a kind of firearm
- Repeater, an alternate term for the kété, a drum used in the music of Jamaica
- Repeater (G.I. Joe), a fictional character in the G.I. Joe universe
- Repeater (band), a band from Long Beach, California.
- a repeater flag is used in the International maritime signal flags to substitute for a flag already used
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