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

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.


  • 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
  • Outer Shell: Iron
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      Product Questions

      what material is the outside shell
      Question by: Dewey Johnson on Mar 13, 2019, 4:45 PM
      The outer shell of this product is Iron.
      Answer by: Blake Woods on Mar 14, 2019, 8:35 AM
      I live in Philadelphia, PA. VHF channel 6 in my area is very weak. Will this amplifier boost this frequency enough to be watchable?
      Question by: Kenneth Gordon on Mar 31, 2019, 3:34 PM
      Yes, this will work. We obviously cant test with your exact set up, but this should work.
      Answer by: Jeff - ProductManagement on Apr 1, 2019, 7:15 AM

      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.