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₹15.00

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3 Way Signal Aerial Coaxial F Splitter   Description: Accurately split your cable TV and antenna signal. It is designed for even distribution of CATV signals. Compatible with regular Cable TV or TV antenna RF signals. Zinc die-cast housing, nickel-plated Screening factor: 5-1000MHz≥100dB Low insertion loss, high return loss, and isolation All ports F-(f) connector..

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₹15.00

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4 Way Signal Aerial Coaxial F Splitter Description:Accurately split your cable TV and antenna signal. It is designed for even distribution of CATV signals. Compatible with regular Cable TV or TV antenna RF signals. Zinc die-cast housing, nickel-plated Screening factor: 5-1000MHz≥100dB Low insertion loss, high return loss, and isolation All ports F-(f) connector..

more_vertCoaxial Cable Connector - Male
₹16.00

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FEATURES / BENEFITS:Cost effective two-piece design for safe and easy installationCompatible with copper and aluminium cable types i.e. one connector for both outer conductor materialseliminates the risk of faulty connector installation and helps to keep inventory downRobust mechanical design for low and consistent intermodulation performance i.e. keeps the mobile networkperformance up reduces the..

more_vertCoaxial Cable Jack with Cover
₹10.00

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It is designed to maintain a coaxial form across the connection and have the same impedance as the attached cable...

A coaxial RF connector (radio frequency connector) is an electrical connector designed to work at radio frequencies in the multi-megahertz range. RF connectors are typically used with coaxial cables and are designed to maintain the shielding that the coaxial design offers. Better models also minimize the change in transmission line impedance at the connection.