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Channel Plus LPF-380 Low-Pass Filter (CPLPF-380)

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Channel Plus LPF-380 Low-Pass Filter (CPLPF-380)

Brand: Channel Plus           P\N: CPLPF-380           UPC: 782644002427

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Description


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The LPF-380 Low-Pass Filter is used on systems when broadband entertainment feed is supplied by a CATV service. The filter removes all CATV channels above the pass band, allowing insertion of locally-generated Channel Plus modulated channels.

Features


  • 0 to 380 MHz bandpass frequency

  • Passes off-air TV channels 2 to 13

  • Passes CATV channels 2 to 50

  • Allows insertion of TV channels 14 to 69

  • Allows insertion of CATV channels 55 to 125

Specs


In addition, the filter removes cable system noise which degrades the picture quality of the locally-generated channels.



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