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XM Radio Outdoor Antenna

This kit includes the connectors and adapters to allow the employment of standard RG-6 cable with XM or Sirius Satellite broadcast Antennas. This kit, whenever used with the included range amplifier, can expand the antenna cable to 125 additional legs for a total of 145 legs. Numerous amplifiers (one Model SBA-1 for every 125 base portion) may be used to make longer cables. This kit supplies the flexibility to permit the installer to cut RG-6 cable to custom lengths also to use plenum ranked RG-6 cable where fire rules need. A 3ft amount of small diameter coaxial cable is supplied with an SMB connect to mate using the radio. An S-band ranked line amp can also be included. The amp(s) needs to be placed as shown into the affixed diagrams within antenna end of cable to overcome cable reduction.

For antenna installments concerning runs more than 375 feet, the usage of an electric inserter is recommended to conquer the DC drop through the cable, thus providing sufficient DC current to run the amplifiers and reasonable noise amplifier. A 3 foot-length of small-diameter coaxial cable (F36SMB) comes with an SMB-plug to mate with the radio.

Bundle Includes

  • (1) SBA-1 inline amp
  • (1) SMB-jack to F-Male RG-6 Adapter
  • (1) 3 foot SMB plug to F-Female adapter cable, with 90° Connector
Source: www.pixelsatradio.com
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