Drawback of repeaters, Computer Networking

Drawback of  Repeaters.

Repeater  has no filtering capability as it forwards  every frame.

Repeater shell  be placed  at accurate distance  before  actual  signal becomes  lost due to  noise  which  can change  the meaning of  message completely.

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