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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


    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!

  2. Phil Allison

    Phil Allison Guest


    ** 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.

  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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