VHF/UHF/FM Variable Gain Amplifier - 47 to 1000MHz - 25 dB
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VHF/UHF/FM Variable Gain Amplifier - 47 to 1000MHz - 25 dB

Part no. 27-160-025

Bandwidth 47 to 1000MHz | Max Gain 25dB | Gain Control

 
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VHF/UHF/FM Variable Gain Amplifier - 47 to 1000MHz - 25 dB

The 25dB VHF/UHF/FM Amplifiers w/ variable gain are used to boost the signal from your antenna to your TV or splitter. This amplifier features a variable gain control to provide up to 25db of gain. Simply install the amplifier to your antenna for up to a 25dB boost. Amplifiers are required when the signal is too weak or for long cable runs over 100 feet. This amplifier supports signals from 47 to 1000 MHz.

Features:

  • Bandwidth: 47-1000MHz
  • Maximum Input: VHF 40dB MV / UHF 20dB MV
  • Gain:
    • 54-300Mhz: 25dB
    • 300-806Mhz: 22dB
    • 900Mhz: 18dB
  • Noise Figure: VHF 6dB / UHF 8dB
  • Gain Control: 10dB
  • Dimensions: 5.5in L x 3.25in W x 1.5in H
Features & Specs
Connector A The type of connector on side A? F-Type Female
Connector B The type of connector on side B ? F-Type Female
Signal Gain Signal gain provided by this amplifier? 25 dB
Frequency Range Frequencies supported by this amplifier? 47 to 1000 MHz
Power Source How this amplifier is powered? Wall Powered
REVIEW SUMMARY for VHF/UHF/FM Variable Gain Amplifier - 47 to 1000MHz - 25 dB
 
4.0 (based on 2 reviews)
  • fm rec improvement

    Reviewed by:

    From: ca

    5/6/2016    #21855

    PROS: The product works really well; Super fast
    CONS: None specified
    Instant god results on turn on
  • Does the job but not remakably

    Reviewed by:

    From: North Liberty, IA

    10/24/2015    #19178

    PROS: The product gets the job done; On time
    CONS: None specified
    Very easy to use. The gain on signal was noticeable but not strong enough to pull in the stations I want clearly. It is wroth the money.
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Q: Where should I install the coax amplifier?

A: Amplifiers should be installed as close as possible to the signal source. For in-line amplifiers outside next to the antenna or satellite dish would be best. Wall powered amplifiers should be installed where the signal line enters the building.


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