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In-Line Amplifier - 50 to 2150 MHz - 20 dB | LA-520

Bandwidth 50 to 2150MHz | Max Gain 20B | Line Powered | Power Passing | Outdoor Rated
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Wide Band In-Line Amplifier - 50 to 2150 MHz - 20 dB - LA-520

The 20dB In-Line Amplifier are used to boost the signal from your antenna to your TV or splitter. Simply install the amplifier at the antenna or signal source for an instant 20dB boost. In-line amplifiers are required when the signal is too weak or for long cable runs over 100 feet. This amplifier supports signals from 50 to 2150 MHz.


  • 20dB +/- 1dB Gain
  • Line Powered
  • Power Passing
  • Low Noise Figure
  • Outdoor Rated
  • Bandwidth 50 to 2150 MHz
  • Power Consumption: 12 - 18VDC 50mA
  • Will not work on an unpowered line.
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Product Questions

Doesn't this type of amplifier require a powered antenna to power it and wouldn't it be useless for a nonamplified antenna?
Question by: Ron Gage on Feb 12, 2018, 12:37 PM
The LA-520 would need to be powered by existing voltage on the line, voltage generated by the satellite receiver. This could be powered by a power inserted that was between 12-18VDc @ 50ma.
Answer by: Jeff - ProductManagement on Feb 12, 2018, 2:19 PM

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.

Features & Specs
Connector AThe type of connector on side A?F-Type Female
Connector B The type of connector on side B ?F-Type Female
Signal GainSignal gain provided by this amplifier?20 dB
Frequency RangeFrequencies supported by this amplifier?50 to 2150 MHz
Power SourceHow this amplifier is powered?Line Powered