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Master Antenna Television System

Everything you need to know about installing a Master Antenna Television System with Clipsal accessories.

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The Basics of MATV
MATV stands for Master Antenna Television. MATV sys tems allow multiple receivers (TV & FM) to receive signals from a single (Master) antenna, as opposed to individual antennas for each receiver. MATV systems are separated into two portions, the ‘Head End’ and the ‘Distribution System’. When these two portions are planned and engineered using suit a ble MATV equipment and the appropriate installation tech niques, signals will be distributed without loss of signal qual i ty. Any signal passing through system components, including the cable, will be attenuated (i.e., have its level diminished). The level of this attenuation is important, as it will be a factor in signal quality. Signal quality within the system is related to signal level, system noise and headroom. The system needs to maintain a low noise level and a high signal level. However, the signal must not be too high, as this can overdrive the equipment. In order to simplify MATV design, the relationship between noise and signal levels is measured (in Decibels). The minimum signal for a good quality, noise free picture is typically stated as 0dBmV although most MATV amplifier gains, cable losses, insertion losses and isolation values are all expressed in dB. To determine an amplifier output and any system losses, decibels are added and subtracted. The dB figure is represented as dBmV (a reference to 1 millivolt), or dBµV (a reference to 1 microvolt). • • • • • 10 dB = 3.2 x reference level 20 dB = 10 x reference level 30 db = 32 x reference level 40 dB = 100 x reference level 50 dB = 316 x reference level The decibel indicates how many times greater or smaller a quantity is from a pre-established reference level. The relationship between dB levels is logarithmic, not linear. Therefore 40 dB is not twice as much as 20 dB, for example:

In the MATV industry, the zero reference level is 1,000 microvolts measured across 75 Ohms of impedance. The reference level determines that a minimum signal of 1,000 microvolts is required to produce an acceptable picture.

DECIBEL S
The signal level received on a television antenna is measured in microvolts. Calculations in microvolts are difficult, therefore MATV calculations are carried out in decibels. Decibels are added and subtracted, as opposed to being multiplied and divided. The decibel is 1/10 of a bel and is derived from a formula originally used by telephone engineers.

televisions will work with signals as small as -6dBmV. Working to the 0dBmV lev el will provide a tolerance to slight signal variations. The signal level fed into a television should be kept below 20dBmV. Equipment is critical to maintain the maximum bandwidth.

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professional antenna installers carry test equipment to optimise antenna placement and orientation. Although a pre-amplifier may be used.25MHz above the lower frequency for a given channel’s bandwidth. but a 7MHz band from which the audio and video information is retrieved. this is known as a channel. Interference from power lines. The antenna installation should provide at least 60 dB or 0dBmV of picture signal per channel at the amplifier input. In strong signal areas this will be relatively easy to obtain. In addition. they are modulated onto carrier signals within a fixed bandwidth. Directivity is a measure of how well an antenna will reject signals from any direction other than the front. The quality and strength of any signal received is de ter mined by the following:• • • • • • • • Proximity to the transmission tower. as it delivers a cleaner signal to the system.5MHz above that. it is not tuned into a single frequency. stacking before preamplification is preferable. Antenna manufacturers produce geographic maps detailing preferred antenna types based on the geographic location. Power of the transmitter. the standard bandwidth is 7MHz. with the primary audio approximately 5. It is therefore vital to se lect the correct antenna for the intended location. Quality of the transmission. The front-to-back ratio is one way of measuring an antenna’s directivity. The secondary audio is approximately 242KHz above the primary audio.MODUL AT ION For audio and video signals to be transmitted using only a portion of the available bandwidth. Stacking two antennas will provide an additional 3 dB of gain above the gain of a single antenna. Line of sight to the transmission tower. taps. processing equipment to filter the signals and a distribution amplifier to amplify the signals to compensate for distribution losses. am plifi ers. In Australia. filters and attenuators are used in this portion of the system. 5 . If TVs or VCRs are tuned to a particular channel. Directional characteristics and orientation of the an tenna. This is the ratio of the amount of signal received by the front of the antenna to the amount of signal received by the rear. For analogue transmission in Australia the vision carrier is 1. It may also be necessary to “stack” two or more antennas. Antenna directivity is important. A highly directional antenna will generally have a high front-to-back ratio. Weather conditions. T HE M AT V A N T ENN A The quality of TV reception can be no better than the quality of the signal from the antenna. A N T ENN A SEL EC T ION T HE M AT V HE A D END The Head End of a MATV system usually consists of an antenna which receives broadcast signals. Level of gain of the antenna. In weak signal areas a larger antenna with a high gain will usu ally be necessary. Antennas.

either designed for one specific attenuation level. This is achieved using a Masterhead Amplifier. there may be a wide variation in signal levels. it is often necessary to amplify the signal before the distribution amplifier. It is important to choose a Masterhead Amplifier with a low noise figure. Equalisation is achieved by using attenuators. therefore the amplifier should always increase the signal more than it increases the noise. In order to ensure the same picture quality on all channels. Attenuators can be either fixed or variable. Calculation of losses as so ciated with splitters. AT T ENU AT ORS As there are many signals received by an antenna. the signal levels may require equalisation to prevent the stronger signals from overriding the weaker ones. This will ensure a signal of sufficient strength and acceptable quality. or they are switchable so that the signals can be reduced in increments to the required level. Splitters and taps provide the same signal quality to each outlet.SIGN A L SUR V E Y Determining signal levels is one of the most important steps in Head-End design and a signal survey before installing the system will avoid many potential problems. this same poor signal will be output to each of the TV outlets. The portable TV allows the quality of the signal re ceived on each channel to be determined. If there is a poor signal received from the antenna. Carefully selected antennas can also do much to overcome certain types of inter ference. Splitters and taps provide a pre deter mined signal level and maintain the correct impedance to each of the outputs. which reduce the incoming stronger signals by a specified amount. as long as design recommendations are adhered to. a field strength meter and a portable colour TV is the equipment required for a signal survey. The noise figure of the Masterhead Amplifier establishes the noise figure of the entire system. several sections of mast. drop taps and cable are required. frequencies that need reducing need to be separated from the rest of the signals so that only the strong er signals are reduced. M AT V DIS T R IBU T ION A well-designed distribution system is necessary to guarantee an adequate signal at every receiver connected to the sys tem. 6 MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION . Attenuators reduce all signals that pass through by the same amount. and there is a recommendation for maximum cable runs. They are M A S T HE A D A MP L IF IERS In weak signal areas. a good quality signal needs to be re ceived at the antenna. Therefore. The distribution of MATV is the role of a combination of splitters and taps.To guarantee a good signal at each of the TV outlets. Each outlet has a defined amount of signal level required. An antenna. The field strength meter measures the amount of signal received on each channel.

5 dBuV less than that in requires a minimum of 60 dBuV to each set. the signal in each leg will be approximately 3. In computing the total distribution system losses. The amplifier’s specifications should be checked to ensure that the output level is sufficient to feed the system and that the strength of the input signal plus the gain of the amplifi er doesn’t exceed the amplifiers rated out put capability. and a 20 dB drop tap is inserted in the line. the total insertion loss is 5 dB. For example. Since the system design SP L I T T ER L OSS When a two-way splitter is inserted in-line. the insertion loss of each unit is added together to find the total inser tion loss for that system. the insertion loss of each tap-off is subtracted from the signal carried by that line. System Losses C A BL E L OSS A certain amount of signal will be lost as it travels through coaxial cable. the output capability is just as important. For example. the tap-off values and the insertion losses are estimated as the output of the amplifier and will influence the final selection tap-off values.5 dBuV less than that of the main line.5 dBuV to each branch of the Sys tem. This type of loss is called insertion loss. the signal available at the tap-off would be 60 dBuV. (some times called feed-through loss). When estimating total system losses. the greatest loss occurring at channel 69 in UHF/VHF systems.5 dBuV splitter losses. which should be high enough to provide an acceptable signal level to all tel evisions in the system. On the line. INSER T ION L OSS Although an amplifier’s gain is important. That is. The amplifier gain determines the level of signal increase. All tap-off devices inserted into the distribution system create signal loss. ISOL AT ION L OSS Each tap-off attenuates the signal by a specified number of dB to prevent one set from interfering with another. This loss depends on the type of cable used and the frequency of the signal being carried.A MP L IF IERS Amplifiers increase the strength of signals received to a level greater than the losses in the distribution system. the main line. the signal in each leg is 6. calculate the Thru Loss of the last tap-off only. and each tap-off has an insertion loss of 0. The cable loss should always be calculated at the highest frequency re ceived or the highest frequency to be received in the future. The 20dB loss is called ‘Thru’ Loss. or 66. The signal sent to each branch of the system will be equal to the signal sent into the splitter minus the splitter loss. an input of 70 dBuV into a 2-way splitter will deliver a signal of 70 dBuV minus 3. if there are 10 tap-offs on the line. Losses are greater at higher frequencies. if there is a 80 dBuV signal in the line. and overall signal deterio ration. cross modulation distortion. the lowest tap value should be used. For most MATV tap-offs this value is either 10 or 12dB. For initial calculation. If a 4-way splitter is inserted inline. Exceeding the output capability will result in overloading. 7 .5 dB.

In addition. Channels 2 and 3 are not adjacent because there is a 15 MHz band between them. An adjacent channel is one.Interference and Trouble Shooting CROSS MODUL AT ION IN T ER F ER ENCE Cross modulation interference occurs in Broadband preamplifiers and distribution amplifiers when one or more signals (TV Channels) exceed the amplifiers rated output capability. It is always the strongest signal received that causes the interference and it does not normally show up on the inter fering channel. producing a “herringbone” effect. A D J A CEN T CH A NNEL IN T ER F ER ENCE Adjacent channel interference is caused by a strong signal from one channel overriding a weaker signal on an adjacent channel. This interference can be eliminated by using a higher gain antenna to increase the weaker signals and by using attenuators to reduce the stronger signals. The negative image appears as a superimposed image in the background of the picture on the channel being viewed. 10 and 11 are adjacent channels. For ex ample. 8 MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION . The interfering signal may also be an FM signal or combination of FM and TV signals. Highly directional antennas and the use of filters and taps to attenuate and control the offending signals can usually eliminate this type of interference. 7 and 8. This causes two or more signals (TV channels) to beat together resulting in the picture information of one channel appearing superimposed upon another. which is next to another channel. This inter ference usually manifests itself as a windshield wiper effect or as a negative image. The windshield wiper effect is seen as the vertical or horizontal framing bars of the interfering channel appearing on the channel being viewed. Channels 1 and 2. channels 5 and 6 are not adja cent because there is channel 5A between them.

This is the result of the direct pickup of sig nal by the TV lead (when using 300-Ohm twin lead or a poor quality 700-Ohm lead). Poor crimping of F fittings can cause an impedance There are three common causes of ghosting:• • • Pickup of reflected signals by the antenna. and can result in reflected signals in the line. Using a good crimping tool and making sure that all fit tings and splices are correctly executed will help ensure trouble free op eration of a system.GHOS T ING A leading ghost sometimes occurs in strong signal areas when signal is picked up directly and displayed microseconds before the image is picked up by the antenna. the use of a Quad Shielded lead eliminates this problem. Not all signals reach an antenna directly. This is called a trailing ghost. causing multiple imag es. fainter image to appear on the TV screen. just to the right of the main image. Direct pickup of a signal by the TV or TV lead. Poor installation techniques. ‘Ingress’ is the problem. the signal can bounce up and down the line. mismatch. mountains. A balun should be placed as close as possible to the antenna ter minals and the co ax ial cable connected to the TV set with a matching transformer. If the distribution line installations are improp erly terminated. This causes a second. Overpowering the unwanted signal can also eliminate this type of ghosting. Since 300-Ohm twin lead is unshielded and can act like an antenna. or bodies of water. it should be removed and replaced with 75-Ohm coaxial cable. 9 . Poor installation techniques can cause ghosting. by the TV tuner itself or by the down lead from the antenna. A second image appearing to the left of the main image is called a leading ghost. Proper use of terminators can eliminate this problem at the time of installation. They can be reflected by buildings. Changing the orientation of the antenna slightly may also eliminate the reception of the reflected signal. These reflected signals arrive at the antenna microseconds after the direct signal. A trailing ghost can usually be eliminated by using a highly directional antenna or by stack ing antennas.

as though one were placed on top of the other. Coaxial cable is a concentric transmission line. It consists of a central conductor. A balun should be used as close as possible to the antenna terminals to prevent direct pickup of radiation. All Clipsal coaxial cable connec tions use standard F-Type connectors for faster. by stacking antennas. Worn or cracked insulators on power lines can also cause this interference. Losses in coaxial cable are specified as attenuation per metre of cable. CO-CHANNEL INTERFERENCE Co-channel interference is the result of two stations in dif ferent locations operating on the same channel. or. It appears on a TV as two different pictures. If the interference shows up inter mit tently (especially during wet weather). C A BL E Video cabling should be cabled with RG-6. The effect can be minimised by using a highly directional antenna. To minimise this interference. a dielectric medium (such as polyethylene) which fixes the spacing between the central conduc tor and an outer shield (such as copper braid or aluminum foil) and a weatherproof outer jacket (usually PVC). easi er installation. 75-Ohm coaxial cable. it may be due to cracked insulators on the power lines. the antenna should be located as far away from the power line as possible. quad shield. 10 MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION .POWER LINE INTERFERENCE Power line interference is caused by radiation from a high voltage power line close to the antenna. if necessary.

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60% aluminium braid.86 Insl. and a black PVC jacket.813 (AWG) Cond. Catalogue Conductor (AWG) Cond. Number Size (mm) Type 2B6D3B 1. Length (m) O. Catalogue Conductor Size Number (mm) 2B59D3B . Rating: 80°C.M AT V C A B L E RG 59 Dual Shield MATV Cable CONS T R UC T ION . of Core O.02 Insl. Sweep tested to 3GHz. foil tape. Sweep tested to 3GHz. D(mm) Prop (%) 3. & Vel. SRL 25 dB minimum. foil tape. Length (m) O.57 85 60% Aluminium Braids Catalogue Number Description 2B6D1 2B6D3B RG-6 COAX DUAL SHIELD RG-6 COAX DUAL SHIELD BOX Pack Size 100m 305m 12 MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION . & Vel. D (mm) Prop (%) 4.66 83 Catalogue Number Description 2B59D1 2B59D3B RG-59 COAX DUAL SHIELD RG-59 COAX DUAL SHIELD BOX Pack Size 100m 305m RG6 Dual Shield MATV Cable CONS T R UC T ION 1.02 18 Solid Shield Type Reel Nom.02mm/18 AWG solid bare copper covered steel conductor with gas injected foam polyethylene insulation. 60% aluminium braid.D (m) 305 6. Available in a 100m reel and 305m reel in a box. SRL 25 dB minimum.D (m) 305 6. Rating: 80°C. Available in a 100mm reel and 305mm reel in a box. of Core O. and Black PVC jacket. Type 20 Solid BCCS Shield Type 60% Aluminium Braids Reel Nom.813mm/20AWG solid bare copper covered steel conductor with gas injected foam polyethylene insulation.

SRL 20 dB minimum. D (mm) (%) 4.100% Sweep Tested: 5MHz-1GHz. Type 18 Solid BCCS Shield Type Reel Nom.D (m) 6.02mm/18 AWG solid bare copper covered steel conductor with gas injected foam polyethylene insulation.57 Vel. of Prop Core O. Catalogue Conductor Size Number (mm) 2B6T3B 1. of Prop (%) 85 Catalogue Number 2B6Q1 2B6Q3 2B6Q3B 2B6Q3F Description RG-6 COAX QUAD SHIELD RG-6 COAX QUAD SHIELD RG-6 COAX QUAD SHIELD BOX Pack Size Foxtel Approval No. foil tape.02 (AWG) Cond.57 85 60% Aluminium 305 Braids Catalogue Number Description 2B6T3B RG-6 COAX TRI SHIELD BOX Pack Size Foxtel Approval No. DuoBond® II shield plus 60% aluminium braid. Catalogue Conductor Size Number (mm) 2B6T3B 1.57 Insl. Sweep tested to 3GHz. 60% aluminium braid. 100m 305m 305m F10298 F10298 F10298 F10299 Austar Approval No. SRL 20 dB minimum. Rating: 80°C. and a black PVC jacket. Length (m) O.02 (AWG) Cond. & Core O. Available in a 305m reel in a box. Length (m) O. Black PVC Jacket. Rating: 80°C. A04752 A04750 A04751 A04749 RG-6 COAX QUAD SHIELD FLOODED 305m 13 .02mm/18 AWG solid bare copper covered steel conductor with gas injected foam polyethylene insulation. D (mm) 4.D (m) 305 7. Foil tape. & Vel. 305m F10297 RG6 Quad Shield MATV Cable CONS T R UC T ION 1.86 Insl. Type 18 Solid BCCS Shield Type 60% & 40% Aluminium Braids Reel Nom.M AT V C A B L E RG6 Tri Shield MATV Cable CONS T R UC T ION 1.

Rating: 80°C. foil tape.63 (AWG) Cond. Approval No.M AT V C A B L E RG11 Quad Shield MATV Cable CONS T R UC T ION 1. Sweep tested to 3GHz. & Core (m) O. Available in 305m reels.34 7. O. SRL 25 dB minimum. Catalogue Conductor Size Number (mm) 2B11Q3 1. 40% aluminium braid and a black PVC jacket.1 Vel.D Insl.63mm/14 AWG solid bare copper covered steel conductor with gas injected foam polyethylene insulation. 60% aluminium braid. D (mm) 11. Foil tape. Type 14 Solid BCCS Shield Type 60% & 40% Aluminium Braids Reel Length (m) 305 Nom. of Prop (%) 83 Catalogue Number 2B11Q3 2B11Q3F Description RG-11 COAX QUAD SHIELD RG-11 COAX QUAD SHIELD FLOODED Pack Size 305m 305m Foxtel Austar Approval No. F10300 F10301 A04748 A04747 14 MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION .

Packed with a power supply. Packed with a power supply. Frequency Maximum Range Gain(dB) VHF UHF 44-470 470-860 18 24 fixed Inputs Noise Figure Gain Figure 1 or comb <3 <3 Tilt 14-10 NO Current (mA) 80 80 FM Trap Option NO N/A Pager Option NO N/A Output Figure (dB) 105 105 3105MH34W F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S 34dB Wide-band VHF/UHF Amplifier Screw & Saddle masthead designed to amplify separate VHF & UHF antennas or a combined VHF/UHF antenna.2 or comb <3 <2.5 Gain Control 10 10 Current (mA) 100 100 FM Trap Option 33 N/A Pager Option Output Figure (dB) 25 (Freq.Adj) 110 N/A 110 15 . Frequency Maximum Range Gain (dB) VHF UHF 44-230 470-860 20-28 24 fixed Inputs Noise Figure 1. Packed with a power supply.5 Gain Figure Current (mA) FM Trap Option Tilt 12-10 10 90 90 -24 N/A Pager Option -24 N/A Output Figure (dB) 108 108 3105MH38W F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S 38dB Wide-band VHF/UHF Amplifier Screw and saddle masthead designed to amplify separate VHF & UHF antennas or a combined VHF/UHF antenna.2 or comb <3 <2.M AT V A MP L IF IE R S 3105MH24W F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S 24dB Wide-band VHF/UHF Amplifier Screw & Saddle masthead designed to amplify a single VHF & UHF combined antenna. Frequency Range VHF UHF 44-230 520-860 Maximum Gain(dB) 20-27 34 Inputs Noise Figure 1.

2 or comb N/A <2. Can be remotely powered to the output. Packed with power supply. Frequency Range VHF UHF 44-470 44-470 Maximum Gain (dB) 30 30 Inputs Noise Figure 1 1 <7 <7 Gain Control 10 10 Current (mA) 170 170 Equalisation (dB) 15-0 15-0 Output Figure (dB) 112 112 16 MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION . Packed with a power supply.M AT V A MP L IF IE R S 3105MH34U 34dB UHF BAND AMPLIFIER F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Screw and saddle masthead designed to amplify a UHF antenna and diplex a separate VHF antenna or amplify the UHF component of a combined antenna. Frequency Maximum Range Gain(dB) VHF UHF 44-230 520-860 -1 34 Inputs Noise Figure 1.5 Gain Control Current (mA) FM Trap Option N/A 10 85 85 NO N/A Pager Option NO N/A Output Figure (dB) 108 108 3105SA2/10 2-Way Splitter Amplifier F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S A 2-way Splitter Amplifier designed for a separate VHF or UHF antenna or combined antenna at the input. Frequency Range Maximum Gain(dB) VHF UHF 44-470 470-860 12 12 Inputs Noise Figure 1 1 <7 <7 Gain Control NO NO Mains Output Figure (dB) 230-240 VAC 100 230-240 VAC 100 3105DA30 30dB Distribution Amp with Gain & Equaliser F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F-Type distribution amplifier designed for a separate VHF or UHF antenna or combined antenna at the input.

7 3105T1/15 1-Way 15dB TAP FEATURES AND BENEFITS 3105T1/20 1-Way 20dB TAP FEATURES AND BENEFITS Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with –120dB RFI Power-pass one port TAP LOSS (dB) THROUGH LOSS 5-950MHz (dB) THROUGH LOSS 950-2400MHz (dB) Foxtel Approval Number: F10082-85/C Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with –120dB RFI Power-pass one port 16 1.2 TAP LOSS (dB) THROUGH LOSS 5-950MHz (dB) THROUGH LOSS 950-2400MHz (dB) Foxtel Approval Number: F10082-85/C 20 0.9 17 .0 TAP LOSS (dB) THROUGH LOSS 5-950MHz (dB) THROUGH LOSS 950-2400MHz (dB) Foxtel Approval Number: F10082-85/C 12 1.9 1.7 3105T2/10 2-Way 10dB TAP FEATURES AND BENEFITS 3105T2/12 2-Way 12dB TAP FEATURES AND BENEFITS Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with –120dB RFI Power-pass one port TAP LOSS (dB) THROUGH LOSS 5-950MHz (dB) THROUGH LOSS 950-2400MHz (dB) Foxtel Approval Number: F10082-85/C Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with –120dB RFI Power-pass one port 10 2.9 2.1 TAP LOSS (dB) THROUGH LOSS 5-950MHz (dB) THROUGH LOSS 950-2400MHz (dB) Foxtel Approval Number: F10082-85/C 12 1.0 3.3 2.1 3.D R OP TA P S 3105T1/10 1-Way 10dB TAP Loss FEATURES AND BENEFITS 3105T1/12 1-Way 12dB TAP FEATURES AND BENEFITS Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with -120dB RFI Power-pass one port TAP LOSS (dB) THROUGH LOSS 5-950MHz (dB) THROUGH LOSS 950-2400MHz (dB) Foxtel Approval Number: F10082-85/C Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with –120dB RFI Power-pass one port 10 2.9 2.

3 TAP LOSS (dB) THROUGH LOSS 5-950MHz (dB) THROUGH LOSS 950-2400MHz (dB) Foxtel Approval Number: F10082-85/C 20 1.0 4.5 3105T4/15 4-Way 15dB TAP FEATURES AND BENEFITS 3105T4/20 4-Way 20dB TAP FEATURES AND BENEFITS Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with –120dB RFI Power-pass one port TAP LOSS (dB) THROUGH LOSS 5-950MHz (dB) THROUGH LOSS 950-2400MHz (dB) Foxtel Approval Number: F10082-85/C Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with –120dB RFI Power-pass one port 16 3.5 2.0 1.9 3105T4/10 4-Way 10dB TAP FEATURES AND BENEFITS 3105T4/12 4-Way 12dB TAP FEATURES AND BENEFITS Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with –120dB RFI Power-pass one port TAP LOSS (dB) THROUGH LOSS 5-950MHz (dB) THROUGH LOSS 950-2400MHz (dB) Foxtel Approval Number: F10082-85/C Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with –120dB RFI Power-pass one port 10 6.0 TAP LOSS (dB) THROUGH LOSS 5-950MHz (dB) THROUGH LOSS 950-2400MHz (dB) Foxtel Approval Number: F10082-85/C 12 4.D R OP TA P S 3105T2/15 2-Way 15dB TAP FEATURES AND BENEFITS 3105T2/20 2-Way 20dB TAP FEATURES AND BENEFITS Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with –120dB RFI Power-pass one port TAP LOSS (dB) THROUGH LOSS 5-950MHz (dB) THROUGH LOSS 950-2400MHz (dB) Foxtel Approval Number: F10082-85/C Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with –120dB RFI Power-pass one port 16 1.9 18 MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION .1 TAP LOSS (dB) THROUGH LOSS 5-950MHz (dB) THROUGH LOSS 950-2400MHz (dB) Foxtel Approval Number: F10082-85/C 20 1.8 1.5 9.0 4.

3105FTER TV Antenna Connection Accessory 75 Ohm Terminator for Loop Circuit Tap Socket F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Terminator Device for unused sockets on Drop Taps.C ONNE C T ION S O CK E T S . Provides impedance matching on any unused output sockets. P L UG S A ND T E R MIN AT OR S 30TV75P RG59 TV Antenna Connection Accessory 75 Ohm Coaxial Cable Plug 30TV75CS RG59 TV Antenna Connection Accessory 75 Ohm TV Antenna Cord Line Connection Socket F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Features internal clamping screw and Flexible Cord Grip.5mm. Screw secured cable signal carrying inner core ensures better connection and conductivity. Cord grip suits coaxial cables to a maximum diameter of 7. Directional Couplers and Splitters. Screw secured cable signal carrying inner core ensures better connection and conductivity. F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Features Internal Clamping screw and Flexible Cord Grip. 30TV75C TV Antenna Connection Accessory 75 Ohm Coax RG59 Cable Plug Screw type 30TV75C1 TV Antenna Connection Accessory 75 Ohm Coax RG6 Cable Plug No Crimping Tool Required F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S For solderless or screwed F type connections. Cord Grip suits coaxial cables to a maximum diameter of 7. 19 .5mm.

C ONNE C T ION S O CK E T S . P L UG S A ND T E R MIN AT OR S 3105RG59F RG59 F-Type Crimp Connector Packet of 10 For use with Crimp Tool 3105CT611 3105RG6FT RG6 F-Type Twist-On Connector No Crimping Tool Required 3105RG59FT RG59 F-Type Twist On Connector Packet of 10 No Crimping Tool Required 3105FF-FF F-Type Female to Female Coax Joiner Packet of 10 3105RG6F Foxtel Approval Number: F10179/C RG6 F-Type Connector Suits Dual/Tri/Quad Shield RG6 Cables Packet of 10 For Use with Crimp Tool 3105CT611 3105PM-FF PAL Male to F-Type Female Adaptor Packet of 10 20 MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION .

P L UG S A ND T E R MIN AT OR S 3105PF-FF PAL Female to F-Type Female Adaptor Packet of 10 3105BT2U Balun Adaptor 300 to 75 Ohm 3105PF-FM PAL Female to F-Type Male Adaptor Packet of 10 3105BT1U TV-Set Balun 75 to 300 Ohm 3105FMF FM Filter (Indoor) 3105MBT3U Antenna Balun with Screw Type Connector 21 .C ONNE C T ION S O CK E T S .

P L UG S A ND T E R MIN AT OR S 3105MBT2U Outdoor Balun with F-type Connector 3105RG59PFS RG59 Metal PAL Female Plug 3105DPOUV Outdoor Diplexer UHF/VHF with F-Type Connectors. 3105PF-PF PAL Female to PAL Female Coax Joiner 3105RG59PMS RG59 Metal PAL Male Plug 3105PM-PM PAL Male to PAL Male Coax Joiner 22 MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION .C ONNE C T ION S O CK E T S .

P L UG S A ND T E R MIN AT OR S 3105BNC59 BNC 3 Piece for RG-59 3105BNC6 BNC 3 Piece for RG-6 3105BNC-RCA Coax Adaptor BNC to RCA 3105RG6PF Coax PAL Socket for RG-6 3105RG6PM Coax PAL Plug for RG-6 3105DPUV Indoor Diplexer VHF/UHF with F-type Connectors 23 .C ONNE C T ION S O CK E T S .

3 6.5 ≤ 7.5 4.6 ≤8 FREQUENCY RANGE (mhz) 5-40 40-1000 1000-1750 1750-2050 Foxtel Approval Number: F10082/C INSERTION LOSS (dB) 5.5 9 11.SP L I T T E R S 3105S2 2-Way Screw & Saddle Splitter 3105S3 3-Way Screw & Saddle Splitter FREQUENCY RANGE (mhz) 5-45 46-470 471-860 INSERTION LOSS (dB) ≤ 3.5 10.3 ≤ 6.5 11.6 5.3 3105SPFP3 3-Way F-Type Splitter F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S 3105SPFP4 4-Way F-Type Splitter F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with –120dB RFI Power-pass all ports Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with –120dB RFI Power-pass all ports Low loss 1750-2050 FREQUENCY RANGE (mhz) 5-40 40-1000 1000-1750 1750-2050 Foxtel Approval Number: F10082/C INSERTION LOSS (dB) 8 7.5 FREQUENCY RANGE (mhz) 5-40 40-1000 1000-1750 1750-2050 Foxtel Approval Number: F10082/C INSERTION LOSS (dB) 8 8.7 ≤4 FREQUENCY RANGE (mhz) 5-45 46-470 471-860 INSERTION LOSS (dB) ≤ 5.7 ≤ 6.5 24 MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION .7 ≤ 3.5 3105S4 4-Way Screw & Saddle Splitter 3105SPFP2 2-way F-Type Splitter F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with –120dB RFI Power-pass all ports Low loss 1750-2050 FREQUENCY RANGE (mhz) 5-45 46-470 471-860 INSERTION LOSS (dB) ≤ 7.

9 ≤ 7.4 FREQUENCY RANGE (mhz) 5-45 46-470 471-860 INSERTION LOSS (dB) ≤ 5.2 ≤ 10.7 25 .3 3105SPF4 4-Way F-Type Splitter 1 Leg Power Pass F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S 3105SPF6 6-Way F-Type Splitter 1 Leg Power Pass F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with –120dB RFI Power-pass all ports Low loss 1750-2050 Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with .5 ≤ 7.5 ≤ 6.5 ≤ 4.2 ≤ 10.8 FREQUENCY RANGE (mhz) 5-45 46-470 471-860 INSERTION LOSS (dB) ≤ 9.1 ≤ 6.SP L I T T E R S 3105SPF2 2-Way F-Type Splitter 1 Leg Power Pass F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S 3105SPF3 3-Way F-Type Splitter 1 Leg Power Pass F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with –120dB RFI Power-pass all ports Low loss 1750-2050 Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with –120dB RFI Power-pass all ports Low loss 1750-2050 FREQUENCY RANGE (mhz) 5-45 46-470 471-860 1750-2050 INSERTION LOSS (dB) ≤3 ≤ 3.120dB RFI Power-pass all ports Low loss 1750-2050 FREQUENCY RANGE (mhz) 5-45 46-470 471-860 INSERTION LOSS (dB) ≤ 6.

2 ≤ 11.360 size F-type connector. Cable preparation tool for RG11 cable. For use with 0.8 Crimp sizes: • 0.470 size F-type connector.470 for RG11 F-type connectors • 0.1 for RG11 centre pin (for separate pin connectors).3 ≤ 11. T O OL S 3105CS6 RG6 and RG59 Cable Stripper 3105CS11 RG11 Cable Stripper F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Cable preparation tool for RG6 and RG59 cable. 26 MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION .360 for RG59 and RG6 F-type connectors • 0.SP L I T T E R S T O OL S 3105SPF8 8-Way F-Type Splitter 1 Leg Power Pass F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S 3105CT611 Crimping Tool for RG59.120dB RFI Power-pass all ports Low loss 1750-2050 F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S FREQUENCY RANGE (mhz) 5-45 46-470 471-860 INSERTION LOSS (dB) ≤ 10. RG6 and RG11 Connectors Nickel-plated zinc die-cast housings High shielding with . For use with 0.

The solderless connector features a terminal with screw for the inner core and saddle clamp for outer shield. and One Solderless 75 Ohm Connector Two Gang Standard Flush Plate F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Mating connections screw into the connector to provide minimum signal loss and optimum impedance matching to substantially reduce reflections and ghosting. Single Standard Flush Plate marked “Pay TV” 32TVSF One F-Type. Not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. One with 3KV AC Isolation Two Gang Standard Flush Plate F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Insulated 75 Ohm Coaxial TV Socket fitted to 31VH Plate. 31TVF F-Type Connector. Not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. 31VTV75 Standard TV Antenna Socket Flush Mounting 75 Ohm Coaxial TV Socket 32TVFF F-Type Connector Two Gang Standard Flush Plate F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Insulated 75 Ohm Coaxial TV Socket fitted to 31VH Plate. FTA outlet not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. FTA outlet not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. Mating connections screw into the connector to provide minimum signal loss and optimum impedance matching to substantially reduce reflections and ghosting. Plate size 115x73mm. F-Type Connector provides minimum signal loss and optimum impedance matching to substantially reduce reflections and ghosting. Not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. Mating connections screw into the connector to provide minimum signal loss and optimum impedance matching to substantially reduce reflections and ghosting.F L USH M OUN T ING C ONNE C T ION A C CE S S OR IE S 31VTVA Standard TV Antenna Socket Flush Mounting 300 Ohm TV Socket 32TVACFF F-Type Connectors. 27 . 300 Ohm TV Antenna Flush Socket 70 x 115mm Plate. FTA outlet not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz.

Not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. Suits Standard Mounting accessories. Recommended for mounting to 164 series Wall Box. Not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. Mounting centres 84mm. Can be used with all Standard Pattern Mounting accessories. Recommended for use with 164 Wall Box. Not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. 31VTV75F Standard TV Antenna Socket Flush Mounting 75 Ohm TV Socket with F-Type Connection 2031VTV75 2000 Series TV Antenna Socket Flush Mounting 75 Ohm Coaxial Socket F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Insulated 75 Ohm Coaxial TV Socket fitted to 31VH Plate. Dimensions 116x76mm. 32VTV75FM Standard TV Antenna Socket Flush Mounting TV . TV-FM Splitter fitted to Standard Flush Plate Not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. Not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. Can be used with all Standard Mounting accessories. Dimensions 116x76mm.FM Splitter F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Insulated 75 Ohm Coaxial TV Socket fitted to 31VH Plate.FLUSH MOUNTING CONNECTION ACCESSORIES 2 0 0 0 SE R IE S 31VTV75ACF Standard TV Antenna Socket Flush Mounting 75 Ohm TV Socket with 3kVac Isolation 2031VTV05 2000 Series TV Outlet Plate with 12mm Hole to suit 75 Ohm Coaxial TV Antenna Socket Mechs F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Insulated 75 Ohm Coaxial TV Socket fitted to 31VH Plate. 28 MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION . Mounting centres 84mm.

Suits Standard Mounting accessories. 2032TVACFF F-Type Connectors. Dimensions 116x76mm. 29 . for improved reception in poor reception areas. Mounting centres 84mm. Maximises TV and FM radio signals. Not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. Plate size 116x76mm. Super low loss F type cable connection. FTA outlet not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. Can be used with all Standard Mounting accessories. Mounting centres 84mm. Not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. Super low loss F type screw in cable connection. One with 3KV AC Isolation Two Gang 2000 Series Flush Plate F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Mating connections screw into the connector to provide minimum signal loss and optimum impedance matching to substantially reduce reflections and ghosting. Recommended for use with 164 Wall Box. 2031VTV75F 2031TVF 2000 Series TV Antenna Socket Flush Mounting 75 Ohm TV Socket with F-Type Connection F-Type Connector Single 2000 Series Flush Plate Marked “Pay TV” F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Dimensions 116x76mm.FM Splitter F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Dimensions 116x76mm. Mounting centres 84mm. Can be used with all Standard Mounting accessories. Mating connections screw into the connector to provide minimum signal loss and optimum impedance matching to substantially reduce reflections and ghosting. Suits Standard Mounting accessories. Suits Standard Mounting accessories. Recommended for use with 164 Wall Box. Super low loss F type cable connection. Not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz.2 0 0 0 SE R IE S 2031VTV75ACF 2000 Series TV Antenna Socket Flush Mounting 75 Ohm TV Socket with 3kVac Isolation 2032VTV75FM 2000 Series TV Antenna Socket Flush Mounting Dual 75 Ohm TV .

Mounting centres 84mm. The solderless connector features a terminal with screw for the inner core and saddle clamp for outer shield. Not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. Mounting centres 84mm. 2032TVSF One F-Type.C 2 0 0 0 SE R IE S P 2 0 0 0 SE R IE S 2032TVFF F-Type Connector Two Gang 2000 Series Flush Plate P2031VTV75 Prestige P2000 Series TV Antenna Socket Outlet Flush 75 Ohm Coaxial Socket F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Mating connections screw into the connector to provide minimum signal loss and optimum impedance matching to substantially reduce reflections and ghosting. Not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. Suits C2031C series cover only. C2031VTV75G C2000 Series Grid Assembly Flush Mounting 75 Ohm Coaxial TV Socket F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Dimensions 113x73mm. and One Solderless 75 Ohm Connector Two gang 2000 Series Flush Plate P30TV75MS Prestige Series TV Antenna Mechanism 75 Ohm Socket F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F-Type Connector provides minimum signal loss and optimum impedance matching to substantially reduce reflections and ghosting. Socket Mechanism Screw Connection . Suits Standard Mounting accessories. Not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. 75 Ohm Coaxial TV Connection. Recommended for use with 164 Wall Box. Suitable for mounting to standard pattern mounting accessories. FTA outlet not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. 30 MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION . FTA outlet not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Dimensions 116x73mm.Solderless Type To Suit Prestige Grids.

Cover 53mm diameter x 25mm high. Base projection 13mm. eg RG59/u.Cover 53mm diameter x 25mm high. The socket is designed to accommodate solid core conductor coaxial cables with insulation (dielectric) up to 5mm diameter. etc. 31 . Base projection 13mm.B L IS T E R P A CK S BL1920STV75 BL1920SRTV75 Heritage Range Shallow Surface Mounted Blister Packed 75 Ohm TV Outlet Heritage Range Shallow Surface Mounted Blister Packed 75 Ohm TV Outlet with Ribbed Cover F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Dimensions . SSA37. RG6/u. H A NG SE L L . cables. SSA37 etc. RG6/u. Base projection 13mm. etc. SSA37. SSA37 etc.Cover 54mm diameter x 25mm high. Not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. RG6/u TM3502. Base projection 13mm. Not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. cables. Not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. TM3502.HE R I TA GE 1920STV75 Heritage Range Shallow Surface Mounted 75 Ohm TV Outlet with Brass Cover 1920SRTV75 Heritage Range Shallow Surface Mounted 75 Ohm TV Outlet with Ribbed Brass Cover F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Dimensions . TM3502. The socket is designed to accommodate solid core conductor coaxial cables with insulation (dielectric) up to 5mm diameter. Not suitable for applications over 1000Mhz. cables. eg RG59/u. Dimensions . The socket is designed to accommodate solid core conductor coaxial cables with insulation (dielectric) up to 5mm diameter. cables. The socket is designed to accommodate solid core conductor coaxial cables with insulation (dielectric) up to 5mm diameter.TM3502. eg RG59/u. eg RG59/u. Dimensions .Cover 54mm diameter x 25mm high. RG6/u.

Scart Lead 32 MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION .8m Length 3RCA to 3RCA Lead 3105SC-6RCA Scart .6 RCA Lead F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Stereo Audio / Video lead with RCA connectors 3105SC-SC Scart .A UD IO / V ID E O A C CE S S OR IE S 3105AVL318 1.

8m length lead with RG 59 cable and PAL male to PAL male fly-lead.8m length lead with RG 59 cable and PAL male to PAL female fly-lead.8m length lead with RG6 Quad Shield cable and PAL male to PAL female fly-lead. 33 .8m length lead with RG 59 cable and PAL male to PAL female fly-lead.8m length lead with RG6 Quad Shield cable and PAL male to PAL female fly-lead. 1.A N T E NN A ME CH A NISM S 3105FL118FB PAL Male to Female Fly-Lead (Black) 3105FL118FBQ PAL Male to Female Fly-Lead Quad Shield (Black) F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S 1. 3105FL118MB PAL Male to PAL Male Fly Lead (Black) 3105FL118FW PAL Male to Female Fly-Lead (White) F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S 1.8m length lead with RG 59 cable and PAL male to PAL male fly-lead. 3105FL118FWQ PAL Male to Female Fly-Lead Quad Shield (White) 3105FL118MW PAL Male to PAL Male Fly Lead (White) F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S 1. 1. 1.

8m length lead with RG 6 Quad Shield cable and PAL male to PAL male fly-lead.8m length lead with RG59 cable and F-Type to PAL male fly-lead 1.8m length lead with RG59 cable and F-type to PAL male lead. 3105FL318MB F-Type to PAL Male Fly Lead (Black) 3105FL118MWQ PAL Male to PAL Male Fly-Lead Quad Shield (White) F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S 1.8m length lead with RG6 Quad Shield cable and PAL male to PAL male fly-lead. 5m length lead with RG 59 cable and PAL male to PAL male fly-lead.A N T E NN A ME CH A NISM S 3105FL118MBQ PAL Male to PAL Male Fly Lead Quad Shield (Black) 3105FL150MB PAL Male to PAL Male Fly-Lead (Black) F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S 1. 3105FL150MW 5m Length PAL Male Fly-Lead (White) 3105FL318MW RG59 PAL to F-type Lead (White) F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S 5m length lead with RG59 cable and PAL male to PAL male fly-lead 1. 34 MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION .

1. F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Insulated 75 Ohm Coaxial TV Socket with F-Type Connection to suit 30 Series Plate Apertures. C ONNE C T ION S O CK E T S A ND P L UG S 30PFM F-Type Connector Mechanism Only. 35 . Not suitable for satellite services. Suits All 30 Series Apertures 30TV75MF TV Antenna Connection Accessory 75 Ohm TV Antenna Socket with F-Type Connection F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Mating connections screw into the connector to provide minimum signal loss and optimum impedance matching to substantially reduce reflections and ghosting.A N T E NN A ME CH A NISM S 3105FL318MBQ F-type to PAL Male Fly Lead Quad Shield (Black) 3105FL318MWQ F-type to PAL Male Fly Lead Quad Shield (White) F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S 1.8m length lead with RG6 Quad Shield cable and F-type to PAL male fly-lead.8m length lead with RG6 Quad Shield cable and F-type to PAL male fly-lead.

Not suitable for satellite services. “SOLDERLESS TYPE” to fit 30 Series Plate Aperture.Screw Fixed Solderless F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S 75 Ohm Coaxial TV Connection Socket Screw Connections. 36 MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION .C ONNE C T ION S O CK E T S A ND P L UG S 30TV75M TV Antenna Connection Accessory 75 Ohm TV Antenna Socket Fits 30 Series Plates 30TV75MACF TV Antenna Connection Accessory 75 Ohm TV Antenna Socket with 3kV AC Isolation F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S F E AT UR E S A ND B E NE F I T S Insulated 75 Ohm Coaxial TV Socket to suit 30 Series Plate Apertures. 30TV75MS TV Antenna Connection Accessory 75 Ohm TV Antenna Socket . Not suitable for satellite services. Insulated 75 Ohm Coaxial TV Socket with F-Type Connection & 3kV AC Isolation to suit 30 Series Plate Apertures. Not suitable for satellite services.

INDEX CATALOGUE NUMBER BL1920SRTV75 BL1920STV75 C2031VTV75G P2031VTV75 P30TV75MS 1920SRTV75 1920STV75 2031TVF 2031VTV05 2031VTV75 2031VTV75ACF 2031VTV75F 2032TVACFF 2032TVFF 2032TVSF 2032VTV75FM 2B11Q3 2B11Q3F 2B59D1 2B59D3B 2B6D1 2B6D3B 2B6Q1 2B6Q3 2B6Q3B 2B6Q3F 2B6T3B 30PFM 30TV75C 30TV75C1 30TV75CS 30TV75M 30TV75MACF 30TV75MF 30TV75MS 30TV75P 3105AVL318 PAGE 31 31 30 30 30 31 31 29 28 28 29 29 29 30 30 29 14 14 12 12 12 12 13 13 13 13 13 35 19 19 19 36 36 35 36 19 32 CATALOGUE NUMBER 3105BNC59 3105BNC6 3105BNC-RCA 3105BT1U 3105BT2U 3105CS11 3105CS6 3105CT611 3105DA30 3105DPOUV 3105DPUV 3105FF-FF 3105FL118FB 3105FL118FBQ 3105FL118FW 3105FL118FWQ 3105FL118MB 3105FL118MBQ 3105FL118MW 3105FL118MWQ 3105FL150MB 3105FL150MW 3105FL318MB 3105FL318MBQ 3105FL318MW 3105FL318MWQ 3105FM 3105FTER 3105MBT2U 3105MBT3U 3105MH24W 3105MH34U 3105MH34W 3105MH38W 3105PF-FF 3105PF-FM 3105PF-PF PAGE 23 23 23 21 21 26 26 26 16 22 23 20 33 33 33 33 33 34 33 34 34 34 34 35 34 35 21 19 22 21 15 16 15 15 21 21 22 37 .

INDEX CATALOGUE NUMBER 3105PM-FF 3105PM-PM 3105RG59F 3105RG59FT 3105RG59PFS 3105RG59PMS 3105RG6F 3105RG6FT 3105RG6PF 3105RG6PM 3105S2 3105S3 3105S4 3105SA2/10 3105SC-6RCA 3105SC-SC 3105SPF2 3105SPF3 3105SPF4 3105SPF6 3105SPF8 3105SPFP2 3105SPFP3 3105SPFP4 3105T1/10 3105T1/12 3105T1/15 3105T1/20 3105T2/10 3105T2/12 3105T2/15 3105T2/20 3105T4/10 3105T4/12 3105T4/15 3105T4/20 31TVF PAGE 20 22 20 20 22 22 20 20 23 23 24 24 24 16 32 32 25 25 25 25 26 24 24 24 17 17 17 17 17 17 18 18 18 18 18 18 27 CATALOGUE NUMBER 31VTV75 31VTV75ACF 31VTV75F 31VTVA 32TVACFF 32TVFF 32TVSF 32VTV75FM PAGE 27 28 28 27 27 27 27 28 38 MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION .

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