Technetix Group Ltd.: Direction Neutral Splitter 1.8 GHz Zero Loss (DNS-1800 ZL)

Sept. 8, 2022
The DNS-1800 ZL is a combination of Technetix’s low-gain flexi-split amplifier and a three-way splitter in one unit.
The DNS-1800 ZL is a combination of Technetix’s low-gain flexi-split amplifier and a three-way splitter in one unit. It can be used as a two-way or three-way splitter and is optimized for DOCSIS 4.0 networks. It prevents loss that would ordinarily have occurred in the network, so achieves the same split to the signal without the additional insertion loss that you would get from a traditional splitter. This helps with the operation of the network and provides more flexibility when designing the rest of the network in the future.

Judge’s Comment: “A needed network accessory...fixed diplex split will be somewhat problematic.”

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