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Brand: Gardiner
Product Code: GD-T2-2
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Gardiner 2-Way Tap Off 1000 MHz Wide Band Splitter for Cable TV System

Cable TV Taps are used to connect drop cables to a distribution cable. A tap introduces a much higher signal loss to drop cables than is seen in its transmission path along the distribution cable.

 

in simple words, we can understand -

If you’re Cable TV main line crossing any home or area and you want give one or two connection then you can use this tap. Main cable TV line has high gain but you need small quantity gain to one or two connections.Cable TV Taps are used to connect drop cables to a distribution cable. A tap introduces a much higher signal loss to drop cables than is seen in its transmission path along the distribution cable.

in the same case you should not use splitter because splitter gives same gain in all ports.

A splitter divides a signal equally into two. A tap takes a small amount of signal while letting most of the signal remain at the output. Taps are often used in a multi dwelling unit building to provide signals from a main trunk to a number of units.

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