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What value of isolation should I aim for between cellular and WiFi antennas?

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Between a cellular and Wi-Fi antenna, we recommend aiming for a isolation value of -25dB. We suggest targeting this amount of isolation to ensure there is no interference between the two signals. Failing that, an isolation value of -15dB may be sufficient, but this may come at a sizeable performance trade-off.

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