Push-On-Filters, multimedia

The passive push-on-filters come in different configurations to meet requirements for various setups for passive filtering of data-TV-Radio in modern CATV home applications.

The product is made in two different versions; the diplexer versions are designed with extremely low return path attenuation; the standard versions, with higher attenuation in the return path, are developed for home applications with room for extra loss in data transmission.

  • Suitable for “Do it yourself” concept.
  • Increases installer efficiency.
  • Ideal for return path services.

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Products

List of available products

Type Number
Item Number
Description
File

TV POF-D-L

42122

Data: 5-65 MHz: 0.5 dB
118-1006 MHz: 4 dB
TV: 87.5-1006 MHz: 4 dB

Freja POF 1-4

42108

Data: 5-65 MHz: 0.5 dB
118-1000 MHz: 4.0 dB
TV: 118-1000 MHz: 4.0 dB
FM: 87.5-108 MHz: 0.6 dB

Products on request

List of available products on request

Type Number
Item Number
Description
File

Freja POF 1-4

42109

Data: 5-65 MHz: 0.5 dB
118-1006 MHz: 4.0 dB
TV: 118-1006 MHz: 4.0 dB
FM: 87.5-108 MHz: 0.6 dB

POF 1-4 S

42133

Data: 5-65 MHz: 0.6 dB
87.5-1006 MHz: 4 dB
TV: 118-1006 MHz: 4.0 dB
FM: 87.5-1006 MHz: 0.6 dB

POF-B 1-4

42131

Data: 5-65 MHz: 0.7 dB
87.5-1006 MHz: 4 dB
TV: 87.5-1006 MHz: 4.0 dB
FM: 87.5-1006 MHz: 0.6 dB

POF 1-10

42101

Data: 5-65 MHz: 0.6 dB
118-1000 MHz: 10 dB
TV: 87.5-1006 MHz: 1.6 dB
FM: 87.5-108 MHz: 0.6 dB

 

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