F 6W tap
5...2400 MHz 25 dB
tap equipped with 6 tap ways and F connectors for SMATV signals. Due to the tap losses (25 dB), installation on floors 4 to 6 is recommended (B type).
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- F connectors
- Improves through losses
- Outstanding shielding
- Grounding screw provided
- Bidirectional DC pass between input and pass output
|Number of outputs||6|
|Floors||4 & 5 & 6|
|Rejection between taps||>20|
|DC Pass (max.)||A||1 (in.â†”out.)|
There are many questions relative to whether a splitter or a tap are bidirectional, mostly when a splitter is used as a mixer. Splitter and mixer can indeed be implemented in a single device, since the RF losses are the same for both directions. The only difference resides in current circulation: since the device is equipped with diodes, circulation is directional. The way a tap works is different, and cannot be considered bidirectional as opposed to a splitter. Tap losses (between input and bridging connection) are not equal to through losses (between output and bridging connection). That is why this circumstance has to be taken into account when figuring out the use of signals in the return channel (5 MHz â€“ 30 MHz).