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SAT aerial socket

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by feurg, Dec 3, 2006.

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  1. feurg

    feurg Guest

    Hello!

    I have a question about (sat) aerial sockets. The aerial cable system is
    a 75 Ohm system. The source (as an example an sat multi switch) want to
    see a as an load a 75Ohm resister. The same situation we have with an
    sat receiver (or TV) they also want to connect with an 75 Ohm source.
    I know the possibility to transform impedances with L and C components
    from one value to an other value (smith diagram).

    But, the real aerial socket has an very low transmission loss and higher
    connecting damping. I want to find out the way to realize this.

    Does anybody know the real schematic of an sat aerial socket??

    Thank you for help!

    Reiner
     
  2. Phil Allison

    Phil Allison Guest

    "feurg"

    ** Why not tell us what your actual problem is instead of posting pseudo
    technical gobbledegook.

    Could be all you need is a simple RF splitter.



    ........ Phil
     
  3. feurg

    feurg Guest

    I don't know what "gobbledegook" is, but I want to know the internal of
    an sat aerial socket. It is a simple interest.

    Reiner
     
  4. Baron

    Baron Guest

    A mechanical extention of the cable !
     
  5. Phil Allison

    Phil Allison Guest


    ** You are far too modest , Feurg.

    I reckon you have a honorary PhD in gobbledegook.



    ** LOL ....




    ......... Phil
     
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