Generic Requirements for Coaxial Drop Amplifiers
Document Number GR-2874
Issue Number 01
Issue Date Sep 1995
ABSTRACT: Coaxial drop amplifiers are used to extend broadband Radio Frequency (RF) carrier signal levels by overcoming losses in a coaxial drop
caused by passive elements and cable attenuation. The coaxial drop amplifier discussed here is a bidirectional active element with a
forward bandwidth from 550 MHz to 1 GHz, a reserve bandwidth of 30 MHz, and sufficient gain to insure an adequate signal level at the
network termination. Also, the amplifier can accommodate gain equalization and attenuation networks.
This document outlines the view of Telcordia on generic requirements for coaxial drop amplifiers used in the subscriber coaxial drop
loop from mainline tap to network interface. These elements are intended for application to coaxial drop cable using F-connectors.
Components of this product are:
Table of Contents:
View Table of Contents
We can accept credit cards, Wire Transfers, or Purchase Orders. For PDF, EMAIL, or DOWNLOAD media, you must complete your purchase online by credit card, or by calling Customer Service. If you have additional payment questions or we can assist in any way, please contact Customer Service. You can also go to our Ordering/Payment FAQs page for further information. See our Return Policy for details on returns.