Optimum filtering for rejection of out-of-band signals.
Power supply goes in the building and sends voltage up the antenna cable (see diagram in Specifications tab)
Surface-mounted components for automated production and consistent high performance.
Cool running, redesigned 117 VAC power supply, Model 0747 is included with each model. Output voltage is +15VDC. UL and cUL listed, Power supply also available as a separate model.
Power supply and pre-amp are connected to the antenna using RG6 coax cable. An RG6 cable is run from antenna to pre-amp, from pre-amp to power supply, then from power supply to television. Power supply does not have to be outdoors.
Improved circuitry for full lightning and surge protection
You can use the 1296F
as a variable attenuator to control the Db Gain
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Makes up for signal loss from long cables and splitters
Gain: 30 dB, 54 to 1002 MHz
Preamplifier and its power supply can withstand up to 140° F temperatures
Includes a switchable FM trap
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 travelling through the transmission line connecting the antenna to the TV
set. An antenna that has acceptable gain at the antenna tapoffs 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
Mast Mounted Preamplifiers
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 headend applications.
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
• Number of
Inputs: 1 (VHF UHF
• Input and Output Impedance:
• Input and Output Connectors: F Type Connectors
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