The LPF-750 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 ChannelPlus modulated channels. In addition, the filter removes cable system noise which degrades the picture quality of the locally-generated channels. Features: 0 to 750 MHz bandpass frequency
Passes off-air TV channels 2 to 60
Passes CATV channels 2 to 116
Allows insertion of TV channels...
Item# CP-NF-4713 Types Available
The Model NF-469 Notch Filter couples the incoming signal source coax cable to the input on a splitter or bi-directional DA-series amplifier. Once installed, the NF-469 filters out channels to make room for modulated channels. In addition, the NF-469 blocks the modulated signals from being broadcast back into the coax. The NF-469 is a perfect solution for modulation in the ever-increasing bandwidth taken up by Cable Television.
The Model NF-469 Notch Filter blocks incoming cable TV channels 64-70...Read More
The RF Venue BPF530T590 band-pass filter helps eliminate "out of band" signals that can saturate the front end of wireless microphone receivers and can greatly improve dynamic range by reducing noise and third party interference outside the range of operation.
Featuring industry standard BNC connectors and a small 3" x 1.75" footprint, these hand-tuned band-pass filters require no power or user configuration and can be easily connected in-line with wireless microphone antennas to reduce...
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The ST-FS6 is used in applications where an excessive RF level is induced in the audio cables producing audio interference in the system. It is not necessary to use all 6 input/ output channels, and wiring configurations may vary according to the application. For example, INPUTS 1 and 2 may be used to suppress a single pair while the shield for that pair is connected to ground. In other installations, it may be desired to also ferrite suppress the shield. In this instance, 1 and 2 may be used for...