Full lightning and surge protection.
Uninterrupted operation even under the harshest environmental conditions.
Ultra linear transistors provide high output capability for optimum signal handling.
High gain and ultra low noise figure from latest generation transistors give optimum sensitivity.
Simple installation -hardware included.
Rugged die-cast aluminum housing -fully shielded.
Surface-mounted components for automated production and consistent high performance.
Model 7778 offers Spartan 3TM specifications in the die-cast TitanTM housing and is compatible with Model 7763 Tandem Amplifier.
This Preamplifier, CM7778, is great with lightning protection.
You can use the 1296F
as a variable attenuator to control the Db Gain
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16dB of gain on VHF and UHF Band
A Pre-Amplifier (pre-amp) is a mast or antenna
mounted amplifier used primarily to eliminate "snow" on the TV
screen. Snow is actually electrical noise that is generated by the TV receiver
and other electrical devices. The objective of any antenna installation is to
deliver enough signal to the TV set to override the noise (snow). A
"weak" signal is one that is not strong enough to override the level
of the noise in the set. Another obstacle is the signal loss incurred while
traveling through the transmission line connecting the antenna to the TV set.
An antenna that has acceptable gain at the antenna tap offs but encounters
excessive loss due to long cable runs will also deliver a "snowy"
picture to the TV set due to not enough signal makes it to the set to override
the noise level. A pre-amp would be used to compensate for the losses in the
transmission line as well as the noise level of the
MATV Mast Mounted
The Titan range of mast mounted amplifiers has
been completely reengineered and updated. These amplifiers represent the
ultimate in preamplifier performance. They are designed for use as an ultra low
noise, ultra high gain preamplifier for deepest fringe applications and MATV
Their very high signal handling also
makes them suitable for use as a mast mounted, ultra low noise distribution
amplifier for use in small MATV systems. All models feature 75 ohm, input and
output connections in line with modern headend engineering practice.
• Number of Inputs: 1
(VHF & UHF)
• Input and Output Impedance: 75 Ohms
Input and Output Connectors: F Type Connectors
Gain: 16 dB
• Switchable FM Trap
Gain: 16 dB
The power supply that comes with
this amp goes inside the building, so you do not have to run a separate cable
for power. The unit inside the building injects voltage up the coax
cable, so there is no need to put a power supply outside. Be sure not
to place any devices in-line between the pre-amp and power supply, or the
voltage will be blocked and the unit will not function