Tap -7 dB (N-Female) | 859114

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Works on every network, on any carrier.

Product Description

50 Ohm with N Female Connectors. -7dB, 700-2700 MHz. For use in signal distribution systems to split the amplified signal for multiple inside antennas for minimum signal loss or for controlling the amount of signal to small and large areas. Features low-loss signal throughput with one -7 dB tap.
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Specs

Model Number:859114
Price$ 69.99

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    Asked by Gary 5 months ago

    Question: How is this different than a splitter? Do you have sample diagram of a typical application?

    Answer: Thank you for your question! Taps allow pass-through meaning that signal will shoot out in a specified amount and then continue on down the line. This allows for signal to be in a long hallway without splitting the signal and losing signal at the end of the hallway. We don't have any diagrams to show you though. Please let us know if there's anything else we can assist with by calling our customer support at 866-294-1660 or our online support at [email protected] Thank you!

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    BEFORE USE, you MUST REGISTER THIS DEVICE with your wireless provider and have your provider’s consent. Most wireless providers consent to the use of signal boosters. Some providers may not consent to the use of this device on their network. If you are unsure, contact your provider. You MUST operate this device with approved antennas and cables as specified by the manufacturer. Antennas MUST be installed at least 20 cm (8 inches) from any person. You MUST cease operating this device immediately if requested by the FCC or a licensed wireless service provider.

    Warning.

    E911 location information may not be provided or may be inaccurate for calls served by using this device. Please note, the four largest carriers, namely, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint, and more than 90 regional carriers have given a blanket consent to all boosters meeting the new certification standards