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The Channel Plus NF-470 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-470 filters out channels to make room for modulated channels. In addition, the NF-470 blocks the modulated signals from being broadcast back into the coax. The NF-470 is a perfect solution for modulation in the ever-increasing bandwidth taken up by CATV. The NF-470 Notch Filter blocks incoming CATV channels 70 - 74 and off-air UHF TV channels 19 - 23, allowing 5400, 5500 and SVM series modulators to insert TV channels without interference.
Channel Plus NF-470 Notch Filter:
- Inserts locally generated modulated channels by blocking certain channels
- Allows user to create new channels
- Blocks CATV 70 - 74 and UHF 19 - 23
- Creates CATV 71 - 73 and UHF 20 - 22
- Frequency: 499.25MHz - 523.25MHz
|Cable Length:||4 Inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||NF-470|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||5.00 x 2.75 x 1.00 Inches|
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