TRIBUTARIES® Intros RF Splitters

TRIBUTARIES Cable, has introduced a pair of ultra-high-performance RF signal-splitters designed for use in systems designed with the latest high-bandwidth satellite and cable-television sources

Orlando, FL -March 30, 2006 -TRIBUTARIES® Cable, known worldwide for its high -value/high -end selection of audio, video, and custom -installation cabling and accessories, has introduced a pair of ultra -high -performance RF signal -splitters designed for use in systems designed with the latest high -bandwidth satellite and cable -television sources.


The two new offerings -the 1 -in/2 -out RFS2, and 1 -in/4 -out RFS4 -feature exceptionally wide bandwidth rated by TRIBUTARIES® as delivering 5 Hz -2400 MHz response, and fully usable to 3 GHz (3,000 megaHz), ensuring unrestricted performance on even the most demanding, high -content RF signals whether originating from cable TV or DBS satellite systems. Both units also provide DC -pass -through on one output, permitting integration in systems that use "phantom" powering of antenna or system amplifiers.

TRIBUTARIES® new splitters feature advanced, printed -circuit -board design with modern surface -mount technology for low transmission losses and exceptional response, and are constructed within rugged, Zinc -die -cast housings for trouble -free longevity.

The RFS2 and RFS4 TRIBUTARIES® RF splitters are available immediately with a suggested retail price of $20 for the RFS2 and $30 for the RFS4.

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