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HOLLAND 6-Way Vertical Port CATV Cable TV Drop Splitter


HOLLAND 6-Way Vertical Port CATV Cable TV Drop Splitter
Price: $7.90

Highlights:
5-1000 MHz. Bandwidth
45 dB port-to-port isolation*
35 dB output return loss*
Low intermodulation design
Double-Thick Plating
Enhanced Sub Band Performance
Capacitor Decoupled
6 kV Survivability
100% soldered backplate
Flat End F-ports
*(Return Band)

Availability: Ships out in 1 -2 days!
Shipping: Can ship anywhere
Weight: 0.4 lb
Description

HOLLAND GSV-6 6-way 1 GHz Coaxial Cable TV Antenna Signal Splitter
Feature Low intermodulation design and optimized return band prevents high cable modem signals from affecting forward band transmission. The GSV Series 1 GHz Splitters are state-of-the-art product lines designed and tested using the most current procedures. New performance features have been incorporated to make both series compatible with the latest digital and return path requirements.

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This is one of those splitters you would find or use inside of those steel lock-boxes on the side of an Apartment complex, or the little gray box on the side of your Home or Office that the Cable TV company installed. It features Vertical Port "F" Connections. Its typically used inside of these little boxes because it's easier to connect/disconnect the cables when all the "F" connection Ports are facing in the same direction. So when you are mounting a 6-way splitter in a tight space without a lot of room around it for the RG-6 Coaxial Cable to make connection, this is the one you want! It will pass Forward and Return signals; making it perfect for Splitting Cable TV with High-Speed Internet Connection Signals. The Voltage Protection also makes it suitable for splitting HD TV Antenna Signals as well. The Flat "F" Connector ends means that the connection to the RG coaxial cable you use (RG-6 or RG-11) is solid, secure and doesn't slip or back off after tightened with appropriate force (most Coaxial Cable Manufacturers specify in inch/pounds).